STUDENT COUNCIL is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out UTAS-A activities and service projects
The Student Advisory Council represents the voice of students. This council was established as per Ministerial Decision no. 71/2014, Ministry of Higher Education to ensure active involvement of students in the decision-making process and in UTAS-A events. Members are elected by their peers through an online election system. Elections are not held annually as the elected members are still active or studying. The winners will vote among themselves to choose their Chairman, the Vice-Chairman, and the Secretary. There are 17 members who are divided into three committees: Student Services Committee, Academic Affairs Committee, Activities, and Initiative Committee.
Through projects and activities, student councils work to:
A student council is a group of student leaders who work with an adult advisor to collaborate with others to impact their school community, which impacts their city or town, which impacts our state, which impacts our country, which changes the world.
There is more to college life than just mere lectures and tutorials. Students are given the chance to become part of the many activities available on campus. They can form groups according to their common interests and passions.
We invite you to become part of the clubs and organizations and surely you will develop your sense of leadership and cooperation.
Check the following clubs:
Students at UTAS- A evolve in an environment with a mixture of experiences from diverse aspects of life. We will not only nurture academically but also instill in you a sense of responsibility and dedication through clubs and organizations, athletic competitions, and cultural arts. You can simply choose from joining clubs and societies, getting involved in sports competitions, participating in a department quiz bowl, visiting the Arts Exhibits, studying at the library, or just sitting under the trees and chatting with friends in between lectures... Read more>>