Constitution

Constitution

  1. The name of the society is the Langara Students’ Union Association, hereinafter referred to as LSU in this Constitution (“LSU”).
  2. The purposes of LSU are as follows:
    • to organize students on an ethical, democratic, co-operative basis for advancing students’ interests and advancing the interests of the students’ community;
    • to provide a common framework within which students can communicate, exchange information, and share experience, skills, and ideas;
    • to bring students together to discuss and co-operatively achieve necessary educational, administrative, and legislative change wherever decision- making affects students;
    • to facilitate co-operation among students in organizing services which supplement the learning experience, provide for human needs, which develop a sense of community with our peers and with other members of the society;
    • to articulate the desire of students to fulfill the duties and be accorded the rights of citizens in British Columbia, in Canada, and in the international community;
    • to achieve the goal of a system of post-secondary education which is accessible to all, which is of high quality, and which is rationally planned; which recognizes the legitimacy of student representation and the validity of student rights; and whose role in society is clearly recognized and appreciated.