Student District Council
The Student District Council (SDC) is a consolidated student government council of the five Alamo Colleges. Our mission is to identify and address student concerns, issues, and solutions with the administration. Collectively, SDC Delegates strive to enhance the overall student experience for the district-wide student body.
Our purpose is to be the voice for the student body and provide opportunities for input in the Alamo Colleges’ decision-making process to promote effective change for all Alamo Colleges students.
Student District Council (SDC) seeks to encourage student relationships and provide a means of communication among students, faculty, staff, and administration. The delegates of the SDC are committed to providing opportunities for students to become productive leaders on campus and within the community.
Who Represents Me
The membership of the Student District Council (SDC) comprises four executive board members and ten representatives known as delegates, two from each college of the Alamo Colleges. The executive board consists of the SDC Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, and the Alamo Colleges Student Trustee.
Student District Council (SDC) Delegates elect the Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer during annual elections held in the Fall. The Board of Trustees elects the Student Trustee. The respective college student body elects their Student Government Association (SGA) officers, and two of the SGA officers per college become the delegates of the SDC. Contact your colleges SGA for more information.
|Northeast Lakeview College||Northwest Vista College||Palo Alto College|
|St. Philip’s College||San Antonio College|
The SDC operates under a governing document known as the SDC Constitution. The SDC Constitution outlines the fundamental structure and responsibilities of the Council. Under the Constitution, By-laws detail the operation and function of the assembly.
|Constitution and By-Laws||Agendas||Meeting Minutes|
Engage with your Student District Council representatives to make impactful changes throughout the Alamo Colleges District. All students are encouraged to share their thoughts, questions, comments, or concerns.