Student Advisory and Leadership Council
Student Advisory and Leadership Council (SALC) offers students the opportunity to develop leadership skills while working on College initiatives and participating in College decision making. If you would like to have your voice heard, network with other students across CCV, build your resume, discover a variety opportunities to get involved, and have an impact on the student experience at CCV, you should join the SALC.
All students are welcome to participate in this student organization.
SALC members have the opportunity to:
- Discuss important issues
- Collaborate and network with fellow students, faculty, and staff across the college
- Recommend improvements to CCV programs, policies, and services
- Develop leadership skills
- Plan engaging collegewide and academic center activities
- Serve on various statewide committees and councils including Academic Council, Vermont State College Student Association (VSCSA), the Experiential Learning Committee, and the Student Success and Retention Committee
- Earn hours toward a leadership endorsement
The Academic Council proposes, reviews, and recommends academic policies, courses and programs to the president. One student from across the college is appointed to the council for one year of service.
Vermont State College Student Association (VSCSA)
Membership on the VSCSA includes three student representatives from each of the five Vermont State Colleges. This organization discusses and provides recommendations to the VSC on student-related issues; advocates for the rights and interests of VSC students; and fosters collaboration and dialogue among our state colleges. Two representatives and one alternate from CCV are appointed for one year of service.
Experiential Learning Committee (ELC)
The work of the Experiential Learning Committee (ELC) encompasses CCV’s civic engagement and service learning initiatives and the study abroad program. Civic engagement programs, service learning, and study abroad offer students experiential learning opportunities that deepen students’ learning of course content, invite students to apply course content in relevant “real-life” applications, and invite a high level of student-faculty interaction. One student from across the college is appointed to the council for one year of service.