For more information, please contact
Tanya Fuchs at tfuchs@bcitsa.ca or reach out to your Executives!

2023/2024 Executive Board

The Executives are a group of students who are elected by all BCIT students each year to govern the Student Association and to advocate for the interests of the student body. The President chairs the Council and leads the Executive team. The four Vice Presidents perform specific duties and tasks that contribute to overall student development. The seven Chairs focus on issues specific to the School or Campus they represent.

Mia bui
President + VP Finance & Administration

Jimmy Wang
VP External

Joshua Luu
VP Student Experience

Shelby Woida
VP Equity & Sustainability

Simran Anand
Chair, School of Business + Media

Megan Jewell
Interim Chair, School of Health Sciences

Vrishank Prabhu
Chair, School of Energy

Justin Saint
Chair, School of Computing and Academic Studies

Abdul Aziz Ansari
Chair, Schools of Transportation, Construction & the Environment

Matthew Puyat
Chair, Downtown Campus

Daniel Wong
Chair, Specialized Transport Campuses

Set Rep Program

The Set Rep program is a forum for students to connect, provide input, and advocate for student concerns. A Set Rep is the voice of their set to the Student Association and larger community. The Set Rep gathers any issues and brings them forward to Student Executives and Advocates where the issues can be addressed directly, allowing for actionable responses in a timely manner.

Set Rep Recruitment

Set Reps are the voices of their sets to the Student Association and BCIT community. They gather issues from students or instructors and bring them to Student Executives and Advocates in regular Set Rep meetings, where those issues can be addressed directly. Set Reps are elected by each set in the classroom.

Information for Students     |     Information for Staff & Faculty

Questions about the Set Rep Program can be directed to Margarita Gaidasheva at mgaidasheva@bcitsa.ca or the Chair of your School.

How to Become a Set Rep

Set Reps are elected by each set in the classroom.

  1. The set can VOTE through a show of hands, drawing straws, etc.
  2. Once the set rep is chosen – they must REGISTER!

Set Rep Materials

Councillor Recruitment

The Student Council, made up of the Executive Board and Councillors, is responsible for overseeing the Student Association and advocating for students. Set Reps help bring forward student ideas and concerns. These students contribute their time and effort towards improving campus life for their peers and moving our organization forward.

Want to learn more about what they are doing for students? Find out about upcoming Council meetings and read about what occurred during past meetings here

Councillor Recruitment

Councillors are responsible for helping oversee the Student Association and advocating for students from their school/campus. They vote on key organizational decisions and bring forward student concerns during Council meetings every two weeks to ensure that student needs are met.

How to Become a Councillor

Set Reps are elected by each set in the classroom.

  1. Submit an application form
  2. The Chairs review applications and reach out to candidates for interviews
  3. Applicants are notified if they’ve been selected
  4. New councillors attend a training session (end of September)

2023/2024 Student Council

AIC Satellite Councillor

– 1

ATC Councillor

– 1

BMC Satellite Councillor

– 1

DTC Councillors

Business + Media – 1

Computer and Academic Studies – 2

Housing Student Councillor

– 1

Indigenous Student Councillors

– 2

International Student Councillor

– 1

School of Business and Media Councillors

– 6

School of Computing and Academic Studies Councillors

– 1

School of Energy Councillors

– 4

School of Health Sciences Councillors

– 3

School of Transportation, Construction, and the Environment Councillors

– 5

Councillor Breakdown

Executives

2023/2024 Executive Board

The Executives are a group of students who are elected by all BCIT students each year to govern the Student Association and to advocate for the interests of the student body. The President chairs the Council and leads the Executive team. The four Vice Presidents perform specific duties and tasks that contribute to overall student development. The seven Chairs focus on issues specific to the School or Campus they represent.

Mia bui
President + VP Finance & Administration

Jimmy Wang
VP External

Joshua Luu
VP Student Experience

Shelby Woida
VP Equity & Sustainability

Simran Anand
Chair, School of Business + Media

Megan Jewell
Interim Chair, School of Health Sciences

Vrishank Prabhu
Chair, School of Energy

Justin Saint
Chair, School of Computing and Academic Studies

Abdul Aziz Ansari
Chair, Schools of Transportation, Construction & the Environment

Matthew Puyat
Chair, Downtown Campus

Daniel Wong
Chair, Specialized Transport Campuses

Set Reps

Set Rep Program

The Set Rep program is a forum for students to connect, provide input, and advocate for student concerns. A Set Rep is the voice of their set to the Student Association and larger community. The Set Rep gathers any issues and brings them forward to Student Executives and Advocates where the issues can be addressed directly, allowing for actionable responses in a timely manner.

Set Rep Recruitment

Set Reps are the voices of their sets to the Student Association and BCIT community. They gather issues from students or instructors and bring them to Student Executives and Advocates in regular Set Rep meetings, where those issues can be addressed directly. Set Reps are elected by each set in the classroom.

Information for Students     |     Information for Staff & Faculty

Questions about the Set Rep Program can be directed to Margarita Gaidasheva at mgaidasheva@bcitsa.ca or the Chair of your School.

How to Become a Set Rep

Set Reps are elected by each set in the classroom.

  1. The set can VOTE through a show of hands, drawing straws, etc.
  2. Once the set rep is chosen – they must REGISTER!

Set Rep Materials

Council

Councillor Recruitment

The Student Council, made up of the Executive Board and Councillors, is responsible for overseeing the Student Association and advocating for students. Set Reps help bring forward student ideas and concerns. These students contribute their time and effort towards improving campus life for their peers and moving our organization forward.

Want to learn more about what they are doing for students? Find out about upcoming Council meetings and read about what occurred during past meetings here

Councillor Recruitment

Councillors are responsible for helping oversee the Student Association and advocating for students from their school/campus. They vote on key organizational decisions and bring forward student concerns during Council meetings every two weeks to ensure that student needs are met.

How to Become a Councillor

Set Reps are elected by each set in the classroom.

  1. Submit an application form
  2. The Chairs review applications and reach out to candidates for interviews
  3. Applicants are notified if they’ve been selected
  4. New councillors attend a training session (end of September)

2023/2024 Student Council

AIC Satellite Councillor

– 1

ATC Councillor

– 1

BMC Satellite Councillor

– 1

DTC Councillors

Business + Media – 1

Computer and Academic Studies – 2

Housing Student Councillor

– 1

Indigenous Student Councillors

– 2

International Student Councillor

– 1

School of Business and Media Councillors

– 6

School of Computing and Academic Studies Councillors

– 1

School of Energy Councillors

– 4

School of Health Sciences Councillors

– 3

School of Transportation, Construction, and the Environment Councillors

– 5

Councillor Breakdown