SRC News

Changes to the Student Representative Council

The Student Representative Council (SRC) is making changes to the selection process for the Student Body President and Vice President, as well as restructuring the council itself.

President Kim B. Clark Addresses Student Leaders

Kim B. Clark, President of Brigham Young University-Idaho (BYU-Idaho) spoke on May 10, 2012 to student leaders at the highest attended Student Leadership Forum in the University's history. Clark explained to students that the Spirit of Ricks is the special feeling students will feel when they are on campus. He encouraged students to strive and keep the Spirit of Ricks as not only students but also as alumni, "You don't understand the difference one BYU-Idaho alumni can make in the workplace."

SRC Launches New Website to Communicate with Students

The Student Representative Council has launched a new website that includes frequent posts with Student Voice survey results, explanations of university policies (called University Responses), and updates on what student representatives are doing to improve the student experience at BYU-Idaho.

What is the Student Voice?

Before the Student Voice was created, student representatives had no reliable way of finding out how the student body felt on any particular issue. By giving student representatives the ability to directly ask students their opinions, concerns, and suggestions on the most important issues facing BYU-Idaho, the Student Voice transformed the SRC and its role in the process of student representation.