Board of Directors
The affairs of the CSA are managed by a Board of Directors of up to 35 persons composed of elected and appointed members.
The composition of the Board includes CSA Executive and Directors. The latter group includes 14 At-Large College representatives (elected, two per college), seven College government representatives (appointed), and ten student organization representatives (appointed).
The CSA Board of Directors usually meets on alternate weeks to discuss important issues facing students and how to address them. Board meetings are open to the public.
The Board is supported by non-voting CSA staff including the Board Chair, Policy & Transition Coordinator, and Scribe.
More information on the Board of Directors and other CSA policies and bylaws are found here.
Board of Directors
Each Board member works within the CSA’s welfare, image, and mandate, to defend and protect the rights and interests of students. Board members assume the fiscal and moral responsibilities of being a Director or an Executive Officer for a not-for-profit corporation. They are prepared and informed, ready to participate in all major decisions made by the organization.
Directors have a huge influence across campus and beyond, making decisions that affect the quality and type of services, events and campaigns (e.g. tuition fees, anti-oppression, etc.) offered by the student association. Directors also help to shape and build the student movement.
→ Interested in joining or have questions? Please email our Policy & Transition Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board of Directors - Vacant Seats
The CSA has selected Director seats available to interested undergraduate students!
You are the perfect candidate to fill one of our vacancies if you:
- Are an undergraduate member of one of the colleges with a vacant Director seat.
- Want to represent all University of Guelph undergraduate students and your college’s interests on the CSA Board of Directors.
- Are interested in networking with other student leaders and gaining valuable leadership experience.
Find out which positions are currently vacant and more information by using this link.
How to Submit Your Idea to the CSA Board of Directors
Do you have an idea that fits the CSA mandate, and you want to present it to the Board of Directors?
Ideas are presented to the Board in the form of Motions.
You can see typical CSA motions by reviewing board minutes here.
→ Questions? Please email the Policy & Transition Coordinator at email@example.com.