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Elections

Elections for positions on both Camosun's Board of Govenors and Education Council (EdCo) are managed through the Registrar's Office.

Serving on Camosun's Board of Governors is an opportunity to gain leadership experience and influence the future of the college through the policies and committees that guide us.

2019 Spring Board of Governors election information

  • Students: Two (2) seats with a term of August 1, 2019–July 31, 2020
    • Elected: Robert Smythe and Lindsay JD van Gerven
  • Faculty: One (1) seats with a term of August 1, 2019–July 31, 2022
    • Elected: Albert van Akker
  • Staff: One (1) seats with a term of August 1, 2019–July 31, 2022
    • Acclaimed: Joanne Cumberland

2018 Fall Board of Governors by-election information

  • Students: There are no vacancies.
  • Faculty: There are no vacancies.
  • Staff: There are no vacancies.

2018 Spring Board of Governors election results

  • Students: There were two (2) open seats. Dylan Bystedt, Robert Smythe, and Gultash Singh Waraich stood for election. Rob Smythe and Gultash Singh Waraich won the positions.
  • Faculty: There were no vacancies.
  • Staff: There were no vacancies.

If you have an interest in educational policy, standards, and curriculum, serving on Camosun's Education Council is a great way to make a difference.

Visit the Join EdCo page for more information about serving on theEducation Council.

2019 Spring Education Council election information

  • Students: Four (4) seats with a term of August 1, 2019–July 31, 2020
    • Acclaimed: Joshua Cameron. Three remaining seats will be available in the fall by-election.
  • Faculty: Eight (8) seats with a term of August 1, 2019–July 31, 2021
    • Elected: Bijan Ahmadi, Chris Avis, Isabel Grondin, Jennifer LeVecque, Mark Fournier, Peter Ove, and Vivian Fayowski. One remaining seat will be available in the fall by-election.
  • Staff: Two (2) seats with a term of August 1, 2019–July 31, 2021
    • Elected: Andrea Kucherawy, and Janet Danks.

Note The College and Institute Act mandates that the rules for election of members to the Education Council must reflect the distribution of programs and provide for representation of program and education support areas.

To meet this mandate and ensure equity and fairness in representation, the composition of available seats for Education Council is determined at the start of each election cycle prior to the start of the nomination period.

The existing composition and student enrolment numbers will generally be the principle factors used in determining composition from faculties; at times, other decision factors may include feedback from representative group leadership, the number of instructors per faculty/area, historical representation, and the College’s strategic priorities.

When there is more than one candidate for one seat but no nominations in another, the seat will be assigned to minimize vacancies and maximize the number of faculty representatives on Education Council.

2018 Fall Education Council Election Results

  • Students: There were two (2) open seats. Two nominations were received. Shane Nath and Dylan Bystedt were elected.
  • Faculty: There is one (1) open seat; no nominations were received.
  • Staff: There are no vacancies.

2018 Spring Education Council Election Results

  • Students: There were four (4) open seats. Two nominations were received. Wesley Paterson and Maia Sampson were acclaimed. Two seats remain vacant.
  • Faculty: There were two (2) open seats. Two nominations were received. Ryan Russell and Jamie McPherson were acclaimed.
  • Staff: There are no vacant seats for support staff.

Find information about elected positions on the Camosun College Student Society Board on the CCSS website.

Contact

Office of the Registrar elections@camosun.ca

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