Not just every day are college students able to drop what they’re doing to visit a special room on campus dedicated to hugging puppies – however, for two days at the end of every semester, the Students’ Association of Bow Valley College (SABVC) makes it possible for Bow Valley learners. For each of the past […]
Puppy Room Media Release December 2017
The ballot results from today’s Annual General Meeting are as follows: Approval of the 2017/2018 SABVC budget: 178 Disapproval of the 2017/2018 SABVC budget: 8 Approval of the 2017/2018 SABVC bylaws: 176 Disapproval of the 2017/2018 SABVC bylaws: 6 Spoiled ballots: 2 Thank you for your participation!
SABVC Bylaw Changes to be voted on at the 2017 Annual General Meeting: Removed the 2.75% amount of membership fees to awards fund. (REFER TO: 4) Confirm that VP External assumes the duties in the absence of the President (REFER TO: 2) GM Job description: Responsible for overseeing honoraria, payroll, processing, accounts payable and receivable […]
Registration will cost $15 per player and will open on Friday, September 1st. There will be 45 spots available at first-come-first-served! Visit the SABVC office (room N347) to register!
Bow Valley College receives $1.25 million gift from Students Association (002)
Introducing the launch of the SABVC #wecare Campaign. Check back soon for more information on this campaign revolving around sexual assault prevention and awareness.
Due to the alleged infractions which took place throughout the past two days, we regret to announce the provisional suspension of the 2017 SABVC executive election. SABVC as an organization believes that all students and student candidates are to be treated equally with respect, kindness and fairness. Therefore, the remainder of this year’s executive election […]
The SABVC strategic plan is now available! SABVC Strategic Plan 2017
We received some great news this week! The Government of Alberta has announced that it will extend the tuition freeze until 2018. Market modifiers, which were increases that we fought against, and mandatory non-instructional fees will also continue to be frozen. Another encouraging sign is that they will be reviewing tuition fees for international students. […]