Student Representative Council

Contact Information

Office: 262 Rigby Hall
Hours: Monday - Friday, 2 - 5 p.m.
Phone: 208-496-4027
Email: src@byui.edu

Caden Underwood - SRC Director
Major: Business Management
Email: src@byui.edu

Council Members

The council members work to ensure that students are being represented accurately by talking to students face to face, holding focus groups, and by writing and administering surveys, in which over 3,000 students participate each semester. They use this information from students to help the university leaders make decisions. They also research topics to gather information, and measure issues unknown to administration. In addition, each council member has individual responsibilities to help the program run smoothly throughout the semester. These responsibilities include managing specific events, training the volunteers and outreach.

Student Rep Coordinator
SRC Strudent Rep Coordinator

Benjamin Craig
Major: Economics

Oscar Abadillo
Major: Physics

Julian Nieves
Major: Business Management

Program Manager

Gabe Kidman
Major: Social Studies Education

Katie Robinson
Major: Accounting

Angie Tobchan
Major: Business Management

Mallory Capron
Major: Exercise Physiology

Gary Bernard
Major: English Education

Bernard Romero
Major: Finance

Student Representative Council Staff

As an organization, the SRC operates under the Dean of Students at BYU-Idaho. He and the Associate Dean work directly with the Student Representative Council members in administering the program.

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Dean of Students
Kip Harris

Nick Rammell

Associate Dean of Students
Nick Rammell

Jennifer Leavitt

Office Assistant
Jennifer Leavitt

The Program Assistant works to manage the administrative work of the SRC including maintaining the SRC email accounts, Facebook page, and meeting records. They assist with the training and direction of SRC volunteers and with the production of reports, proposals, and the distribution of surveys.

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Holly Ramsey
Major: Exercise Physiology