Students' Representative Council
Who are They?
The Students' Representative Council (SRC) consists of 10 council members from the various Faculty of the University. These Council members are elected through a democratic election held every year in the month of June/July. The Council has 5 major portfolios namely Academic Affairs, Campus Affairs, International Student Affairs, Club and Sports, Events and Publicity, which collectively contribute to the main goals of the Council.
What do they do?
As Council members, they provide a link between students and the management to source for any request, problem or need that rises from students. They also strive to aid the management in improving the University's service for the welfare and benefits of students. They also plan events that are able to encourage better relations among other students as well as to promote positive culture to encourage greater student participation in co-curricular activities. Their other responsibilities include providing moral support and providing assistance to all clubs and societies.
Where can you find them?
If you have suggestions or ideas, inquiries, requests or complaints, all you have to do is to bring them to the SRC Office located next to MAX Centre, anytime between 10am and 5pm during regular weekdays (Except near or during examination week).