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SMUSA COUNCIL

ABOUT THE COUNCIL

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The SMUSA Council is the policy-making arm of the association and provides strategic direction to its executive arm, the SMUSA Executive Committee (ExCo). 

STRUCTURE

The President, Vice-President and Secretaries of the 8 departments in the SMUSA ExCo and the Presidents of the 7 School and 4 CCA Constituent Bodies (CBds) sits on the SMUSA Council.

These CBds are led by the respective Presidents and their individual Management Committees (MCs). They ensure that the needs of their respective bodies are met.

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SMUSA EXCO

The SMUSA President, Vice-President and 8 Secretaries sit on the Council.

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SCHOOL CBDS

The Presidents of the 7 School faculties in SMU sit on the Council.

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CCA CBDS

The Presidents of the 4 CCA clusters in SMU sit on the Council.

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THE 19TH COUNCIL

23RD SMUSA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

MEGAN HON
HONORARY FINANCE SECRETARY
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LYNN CHENG
HONORARY GENERAL SECRETARY
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GABRIEL WONG
ACADEMIC & WELFARE SECRETARY
GABRIEL WONG
ACADEMIC & WELFARE SECRETARY
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NADJA WIDJAJA
COMMUNICATIONS SECRETARY
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LEANN CHONG
EVENTS SECRETARY
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BASAVESH CHOUKIMATH
CORPORATE RELATIONS  SECRETARY
NATALIA DY
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS' SECRETARY
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CHONG JUN YEN
OPERATIONS SECRETARY
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SCHOOL CONSTITUENT BODIES

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BEVLYN TAN
PRESIDENT, ASOC
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RONN TOH
PRESIDENT, BONDUE
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RACHEL LOW
PRESIDENT, ELLIPSIS
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CHEN JIAHUI
PRESIDENT, OIKOS
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TANIEL LEOW
PRESIDENT, SOSCIETY
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DAMIEN TEO
PRESIDENT, THE BAR

CCA CONSTITUENT BODIES

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GOH XIN YI
PRESIDENT, ACF
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JOEL SNG
PRESIDENT, SICS
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PRITHVIRAJ MUKHOPADHYAY
PRESIDENT, SMUX
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ZACHARY LIM
PRESIDENT, SSU

WORKING COMMITTEES

Within the Council, 3 Working Committees (WC) are formed to look into specific aspects of student life that will better enhance and meet the needs of the student population.

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ELECTIONS FEVER

The Elections Fever WC focuses on standardising the General Election processes across SMUSA and the CBds to unify elections as a Council. This increases the credibility of the elections. The WC also explores ways to increase the exposure of members running for the elections and the number of casted votes for the elections.

GRASSROOTS

The Grassroots WC aims to identify important topics of interests concerning students, thereby launching new related initiatives or building on current ones. This year, Grassroots WC has decided on the topic of "Sustainability". In line with Climate Action Week, Grassroots WC launched SMU Sustainability Week 2022 which happened from 19 September to 23 September.  

LEADERSHIP
INDUCTION (SACLIP)

The Leadership Induction WC plans for the Students' Association Council Leadership Induction Programme (SACLIP).

This programme is to officially induct the new batch of Council members through leadership simulations, case studies and activities that ingrain the values of working together as one Council. The 3-day programme also aims to create camaraderie between the newly elected Council members and for them to see the importance of themselves as individuals and a Council that eventually brings change for the better of the school community. This year, with the ease of COVID-19 restrictions, SACLIP was conducted physically for the incoming Council.

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