UBC AMS Representative Election

Jan 4, 2024

As all students of Corpus Christi College and St. Mark’s College (CCC/SMC) at the University of British Columbia (UBC) are members of the UBC Alma Mater Society (AMS), students have a voice on the AMS Council through a representative who sits on the Affiliate Colleges Committee (ACC). CCC/SMC requires a student who will represent the best interests of the student body on the ACC and ultimately on the AMS Council. If selected, this representative may also serve as the ACC member on the UBC AMS Council.
Duties and Responsibilities

– Attend monthly Affiliate Colleges Committee meetings with representatives from Regent College,
the Vancouver School of Theology and an another AMS Council member

– Provide a brief written report following each meeting
– Meet with a college staff member (Campus Minister), as needed, for consultation
– If selected to represent the ACC on the AMS Council, you must attend bi-weekly council
meetings (usually every other Wednesday) at the Nest building at 6pm
– Participate in any council member training or orientation
– Additional background info on the AMS Council website
– A current CCC or SMC student enrolled in the winter 2024 term
– A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0
– Previous experience as student council member or leader of a student club would be an asset
Additional Info
– Term: January – April 2024
– Application deadline: January 15, 2024
– Voting: January 17-18, 2024
To nominate yourself, send an email to [email protected] with the following information:
– Full Name
– CCC Student Number & UBC Affiliate Number
– Email address
– Why do you want to serve as the college representative? (max 100 words)
– What qualifications do you have? (max 100 words)
– A headshot photo of yourself
– Voting will take place in-person in Plato’s Cave on January 17-18 from 10am-3pm
– Candidate profiles will be posted in Plato’s Cave beginning January 16
– All CCC/SMC enrolled students in the winter 2024 term will be eligible to vote

Download this information here.

Email [email protected] for any questions.