Elections for positions on both Camosun's Board of Govenors and Education Council (EdCo) are managed through the Registrar's Office.
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Board of Governors
Being on the Board of Governors is a way to have a voice in the affairs of the institution and establishing the policies that guide the activity of the College. The board focuses on policy and strategic leadership.
There are currently no vacancies for staff, faculty or student positions on the Board of Governors.
2021 Spring Election Results
Two (2) student seats with a term of Aug. 1, 2021 - July 31, 2022
- Elected: Puneet Kaur and Amanda Garner
If you have an interest in educational policy, standards, and curriculum, serving on Camosun's Education Council (EdCo) is a great way to make a difference. Visit the Join EdCo page for more information about serving on the Education Council.
There are currently no vacant staff or faculty positions on EdCo.
2021 Fall By-Election Education Council Results
Students: Three (3) seats with a term of Nov 1, 2021 - July 31, 2022
- Elected: Karen Young, Lindsay JD van Gerven, and Kyle Jones
2021 Spring Education Council Election Results
- Students: Four (4) seats with a term of August 1, 2021–July 31, 2022
- Acclaimed: Monika Bhardwaj
- Faculty: Seven (7) seats with a term of August 1, 2021–July 31, 2023
- Elected: Corrine Michel (Applied Learning), Emily Schudel (CETL), Bijan Ahmadi (Business), Julia Grav (Business), Brian Coey (Trades & Tech), Mark Founier (Access) and Lois Fernyhough (Arts & Science).
- Staff: Two (2) seats with a term of August 1, 2021–July 31, 2022
- Elected: Andrea Kucherawy and Tia Primrose.
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.