Welcome back everyone!
We hope you had an amazing break and that you are ready to get back into action for the second half of the semester!
The SUJAC Executives attended the Bowling-for-a-Cause on Friday, February 24th. This Loonie Line fundraiser was a great success. We enjoyed getting to speak and interact with faculty and administrations. Although we did not win, we had tons of fun.
The official JAC Loonie Line event is coming up on March 22nd, so get your loonies ready! You will also be able to exchange your cash for loonies at several designated stations campus-wide. There will be several interesting raffles going on around the college that you don’t want to miss out on! Get ready to spot our Loonie mascot around the school that week!
In other news, SUJAC’s Congress created a new subcommittee intended to strengthen communication between SUJAC and JAC students. The subcommittee is comprised of four congress members and one executive. Our intention going forward is to strengthen ties between all students. Naturally, Congress will continue to work on the Wi-Fi issue brought forth last semester.
Lastly, SUJAC Executive Elections for the 2017-18 year are coming up soon! The 10-day nomination period opens on Thursday, March 23rd, and closes on Wednesday, April 5th at 4pm. Students can stop by to pick a nomination form then on March 23rd, and are expected to bring it back within the ten-day period. If you have any questions regarding the SUJAC election procedure and guidelines, do not hesitate to come by P-101 and ask any of the executives or Barb, the SUJAC Coordinator.
Remember, SUJAC is here for you! If you have a problem with a teacher or grade, or just need some advice about where to go for some assistance, please drop by the SUJAC office in P-101. Don’t be shy to come by and see one of your SUJAC Executives, or the SUJAC Coordinator Barb, for some pointers in the right direction. SUJAC also likes to hear from YOU! If you have any suggestions or ideas for something you’d like to see happen at our John Abbott College, please let us know.
-Your SUJAC executives