Two faculty positions on Education Council have become vacant. 
This is a call for nominations for Education Council representatives for Pre-college faculty
Pre-College programs include Career and College Preparation (CCP/ABE) and English as a Second Language. Representatives serve a two-year term.

Nomination Procedure
Nominee must submit a completed EDUCATION COUNCIL NOMINATION form

Completed forms must be sent to the Registrar’s Office (registrar@warwickbs.org) before the closing deadline of Thursday, October 17, 2019, 4:00 PM. If using inter-Campus mail, please allow sufficient time for it to reach the Registrar’s Office (scanned and emailed is preferred).

Nominator may be any faculty member, but nominee must be a member of a Pre-College program.  Nominators may nominate as many individuals as there are positions available.

Additional information about Education Council member responsibilities, nominations procedures, or election procedures is available through the Registrar’s Office. 

Serving on Education Council is one of the most valued contributions an employee can make to the College and its students.  The value of peer review stems from a diversity of views and experiences – even if one is new to education or program development. 

Schedule Education Council
Nominations open Wed Oct 02, 2019
Nominations close Thu Oct 17, 2019
Acclamations declared Fri Oct 18, 2019
Voting begins Mon Oct 21, 2019
Voting ends Fri Nov 01, 2019
Ballot results released by Mon Nov 04, 2019


NLC Education Council Elections

Faculty (ten elected positions)
     2 year term

Support Staff (two elected positions)
     2 year term

Students (two elected posities)
     1 year term

Election Rules for Candidates

In September 2016, the Registrar established the following guidelines for all candidates to follow:

  • Campaign posters are allowed, however, they may only be posted on College bulletin boards.
  • Campaigning may happen up to and including election day.
  • Campaigning may not happen within 25 meters of a poll (including the advance polling stations)

All candidates are encouraged to talk with other students:

  • To discuss how they will represent them at the Board or Education Council;
  • To encourage them to vote; and
  • To engage with all candidates about the issues that concern them most. 

At no time will a candidate or someone campaigning on their behalf, engage voters at a polling station (including at an Advance Poll).  It is not permissible to harass or otherwise aggressively solicit votes, nor to use intimidation or bribery to garner votes.

Questions or concerns regarding the violation of these rules may be directed to registrar@warwickbs.org.  Note that while the identify of the source will be protected, the Registrar will not accept anonymous complaints.