Student Representative Council
The Student Representative Council is the vehicle for student opinion and action. It is made up of seminarians, lay men and women, and full-time, part-time, and commuting students. The SRC organizes social activities, cultural sharing, and educational forums, and is a voice for the student body to the administration. Service on the SRC is voluntary and is open to all students.
The goals of the organization are to:
- Represent the diversity of the student body.
- Enhance the sense of community among all students at CTU whether part-time or full-time student, lay or seminarians, and including Hesburgh Sabbatical or Institute for Religious Formation participants.
- Represent the student body and provide student input to the administration.
The SRC has an important presence in the CTU community by making presentations about the SRC at new student orientations, reporting on the activities of the SRC at the Faculty Assembly, and assisting at graduation as ushers, parking lot attendants, etc.
A representative from the SRC also serves on institutional committees, to provide input and bring feedback to the student body on what happened at the meetings.
- Academic Programs and Policies (Reviews and make academic policies)
- Board of Trustees’ Student Affairs Committee (Reviews CTU student life)
- Faculty and Curriculum Development (Reviews curriculum)
- Evaluation and Recruitment (Evaluates current and recruits new faculty)
- Institutional Planning (Ongoing planning for CTU)
- International Women’s Scholarship (Reviews applications & makes awards)
- Commencement (Assists in planning graduation)
Membership: The SRC is open to all students. SRC recruits members from the various student groups and strives to see that those serving on the Council represent the ethnic diversity at the school.
To join the SRC, or help out with committees or events: