Register now for the Fall 2021 Annual General Meeting
The Student Association hosts General Meetings twice a year – once in the fall semester and once in the winter semester.
At SA General Meetings, students are invited to share their voice with their student leaders by voting on proposed Student Association by-law amendments, approving the Student Association’s audited statements, and voicing concerns to the Student Association.
The Fall 2021 Annual General Meeting will be held over Zoom on October 14, 2021. All GBC students are invited and encouraged to register for the AGM by clicking here.
Please note that while students will not be asked or required to speak or share their cameras, the meeting will be recorded and live-streamed on the SAGBC Facebook page.
Click here to view the Student Association’s Constitution and By-Laws – Amended October 22, 2020.
You can read the full Annual General Meeting package, including the meeting’s agenda, proposed By-Law amendments and the minutes from the last AGM, by clicking here.
If you are interested in voting on the movements proposed in the AGM but are not able to attend the meeting, please complete the AGM’s Proxy form and someone else can vote on your behalf. For more information on how to vote by proxy, please contact Communications@Sagbc.ca.
You can read the SAGBC’s Annual Report for the 2020-21 year by clicking here.
Featuring a message from GBC President Dr. Gervan Fearon
The SAGBC is delighted to welcome Dr. Gervan Fearon to deliver a special message at our AGM.
Dr. Fearon became President of George Brown College in August 2021. Working with colleagues across the college, he aims to support career-oriented programs to meet the needs of students and the demands of employers; advance college-led research; and enhance community engagement. With a proven track record of collaboration, transformative leadership and engaging higher learning communities in a shared mission, he leads George Brown’s efforts to provide transformative education opportunities that benefit learners, industry and the greater community.