Student Advisory Council
The BYUSA Student Advisory Council area is made up of two pieces learn more about each of them below.
The Student Advisory Council is composed of 40-50 representatives from BYU departments and colleges who work research projects aiming to improve the overall student experience. The Council strives to be a credible, sought-after source that represents the voice and sentiments of BYU students.
(selected representatives are enrolled in a 2 credit Council class)
Student Voice is a program within the Student Advisory Council. Student Voice is composed of volunteers who collaborate with the Council representatives, gathering data on students' opinions regarding carious campus issues.
(Volunteers in Student Voice are not enrolled in the 2 credit Council class)
The Student Advisory Council will start new projects in the Fall semester. Come back here to learn more about what we will be working on this year.
Each year representatives are selected to represent the colleges and organizations around campus. They work on campus improvement classes and enroll in a 2 credit class. Apply below to be a representative this year!
Frequently Asked Questions
Toggle ItemHOW DO I GET INVOLVED WITH COUNCIL?
Getting involved is easy just click the get involved tab in the navigation bar and select "Student Advisory Council" as the area that you would be interested in.
Toggle ItemWHO IS THE VP FOR STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL?
Brooke is the Vice President for the Student Advisory Council and Sue is the Coordinator
Toggle ItemWHAT DOES SAC STAND FOR?
SAC is the acronym for Student Advisory Council. We are also sometimes referred to as "The Council"