Gareth Jones, sabvc.ca The UPass service is meant to provide a less expensive alternative to adult bus passes for full-time students. Valid based on the typical four-month semester (September to December, January to April,) the UPass service is the result of a partnership between Calgary Transit and post-secondary schools in Calgary. Five post-secondary institutions have […]
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Gareth Jones, sabvc.ca In the modern day, print media is on the decline. It has been, in fact, for quite some time. The ubiquity of smartphones, and therefore the internet, has caused the daily newspaper in particular to fall out of favour. For years, though, the daily newspaper served as a uniting force. Simply put, […]
Gareth Jones, sabvc.ca When searching for a job, a strong resume will help to differentiate one applicant from the competition. Potential employers look not only at previous job experience, but at other credentials, such as first aid training and volunteer work as well. Fortunately, students of Bow Valley College have the opportunity to volunteer through […]
As a student, you are being put under stress on the regular. Between school, work and family life, it can all get overwhelming. Looking for a place to live, though, doesn’t have to be stressful. SABVC has partnered with Places4Students, an affordable, off-campus housing directory. Places4Students allows landlords and property management companies to advertise specifically […]
Gareth Jones, sabvc.ca No matter your program, your institution, or your reason for attending, a post-secondary experience gives a degree of power to the student. What will you do with your time between classes? What extracurricular and volunteer opportunities are there available? Truly, you have the power to dictate your experience. And there is nary […]
Gareth Jones, sabvc.ca Chances are, you own a smartphone. Over 2.5 billion people do, in fact. The introduction of smartphones has been a miraculous leap forward for society, as now nearly 40 per cent of the world’s population has access to the internet in the palm of their hand. Never in human history has getting […]
For the past year, Shorena Esartia has served as the Vice President of External Communications at the Students’ Association of Bow Valley College. Originally from Georgia, she has studied and lived in several different countries. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations. Her lived experiences have resulted in her valuing multiculturalism and freedom of […]
For the past year, Lovepreet Singh has served as the President of SABVC, a position that he was originally inspired to run for in order to better represent the voice of his fellow students. Now, with his term coming to a close, he reflects on his time as President. Being President, he says, has been […]
Mohib Ul-Haq serves SABVC’s Vice President of Student Life, a position he has held for the winter semester of 2019. Now, nearing the end of his term, he reflects on the time he has spent here. He recalls a childhood propensity for leadership, and once he enrolled at Bow Valley College, jumped at the opportunity […]
Gareth Jones, sabvc.ca Did you know? SABVC provides all of its members with a supplementary health and dental plan. In one billing year, this includes a plethora of benefits, such as 80 per cent of the cost of prescription drugs, $300 towards a psychologist and social worker, $250 towards the cost of an ambulance, and […]
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Gareth Jones, sabvc.ca In 1977, the first meeting of the organization that would come to be known as the Association of Managers in Canadian College University and Student Centres (AMICCUS-C) was held. Hosted by the McGill Student’s Society, it was a loose network of managers and student leaders from across Canada. Yearly, they met to […]
For the past year, Deepankar Sharma has served as Vice President of Operations and Finance for the Student’s Association of Bow Valley College (SABVC). He is on the way to completing a Business Administration Diploma with a major in Finance. He has also worked as a tutor for accounting on campus. Now, his term is […]
It’s official: Alberta’s provincial election will be taking place on Tuesday, April 16. Day by day, it becomes more likely that the election will come down to Rachel Notley’s New Democratic Party and Jason Kenney’s United Conservative Party. So, what does this have to do with Bow Valley College? Recently, Jason Kenney has expressed a […]
For the full media release from Bow Valley College, click the link below: Bow Valley College_Media Release_Reading Week Pilot_27022019
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The Students’ Association of Bow Valley College has signed a national, joint letter alongside over 75 other student groups from across the country in response to the Ontario Government’s January 17th announcement regarding student fees. For more information, see the Students Choice National Letter.
Please note: Music night club will not open its doors for this event until 9:30 pm Guests (non-students, non-alumni including spouses and partners) must be accompanied by a BVC student or alumni to gain entry Students and alumni are limited to 1 guest only Sorry, tickets for this event are no longer being sold.