Meet your Student Board of Directors

About the Board of Directors

The CSI Board of Directors is elected by Conestoga College students to represent you! They help set and monitor the strategic direction of the organization, advocate for improvements to the student experience, and participate in professional development conferences to build community connections, and bring new ideas and best practices to CSI. 

Your CSI Board of Directors is here to guide our organization and to make sure that students’ interests are top priority

Read our strategic vision plan

Board Meetings

Every month, the CSI Board of Directors meet to discuss and monitor CSI’s operations, financials, and student priorities. Board meeting dates, agendas, and previous meeting minutes are all available online or you can watch the meetings live in the Virtual Boardroom!

Board Meetings

Virtual Boardroom

Advocacy

The Board of Directors work closely with CSI’s Advocacy Team to solicit student feedback, create solutions to improve the student experience, and ensure the student voice is heard by decision-makers in Conestoga College and all levels of government. Find out what advocacy work CSI has done and learn about future advocacy priorities. 

Advocacy

Conference Summaries

Want to see what your CSI Board of Directors are learning when they attend their professional development conferences? Check out their conference summary reports! 

CASA May Conference
 

Accessible documents will be provided upon request.


The CSI Board of Directors is here to support every student and is working hard to improve your student experience as a Conestoga College student. At CSI, students support students! Your CSI Board of Directors is elected by students to represent and advocate for all students at Conestoga. They are always looking for your feedback to make sure your voice is heard and to help them advocate for change at Conestoga College and every level of government!
Learn More About Our Advocacy Efforts

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