This council is the representation of the students in the university so that they can be involved in school affairs by working in partnership with the University Management, Staff and Instructors for the advantage of the school and the students. The councils are carefully selected by a voting process from the students of Paragon International University and the representatives with the most votes become the student councils of the university.
A Student Council is a representative structure through which students in a university can become involved in the affairs of the school, working in partnership with University Management, Staff and Instructors for the benefit of the school and its students.
The main role of the Council as set out in the Constitution and By-Laws is “to promote the interests of the University and the involvement of students in the affairs of the school, in cooperation with the Board, Instructors and Staff”.
A Student Council will set its own objectives, which will vary from school to school. Some general objectives could include:
A Student Council will identify activities that it would like to be involved in organizing, although the final decision on the activities of a Student Council should be agreed upon with School Management.
The functions and activities of a Student Council should support the aims and objectives of the Council and promote the development of Paragon International University and the welfare of its Students. In planning and undertaking activities during the course of the academic year, the Council should:
There is a wide range of activities of benefit to the school community which a Student Council may wish to undertake, some of which are outlined below: