Student Executive Council
The Student Executive Council is a governing body of students who represent the interests of the student body. As the official “student voice” the Wayne County Community College District Student Executive Council is the liaison between the student population, faculty, and administration to promote the rights, education, and general welfare of all students at the college. The Student Executive Council consists of five students each appointed by a Campus President/Provost to serve a term of one academic year.
The Student Executive Council is responsible for recommending themes for student events which encourage community service and promote an appreciation of educational topics, art and culture. The Student Executive Council works to enhance college community environment on behalf of the student body.
Requirements to Serve
Students interested in serving on the student government must submit a Student Executive Council Application Form to the attention of their Campus President. To be eligible for membership, a student must be enrolled for a full semester at the college, have an overall 2.5 GPA when appointed, maintain a cumulative 2.25 GPA while in office and remain in good standing. Membership is limited to a single academic year.