It is the mission of the St. Olaf Board of Regents Student Committee (BORSC) to facilitate communication between the student body and the Board of Regents of the College. The purpose of the student committee is to examine and relay student concerns, perceptions, and interests to the governing body of St. Olaf. A primary responsibility of BORSC is to represent student concerns regarding the long range planning of the college, especially those aspects directly managed by the Board of Regents. It is the goal of BORSC to be actively involved with students throughout campus and act as a representative of the collective student body. If you have questions about BORSC or are interested in getting involved, please contact our coordinator, Mariem Zaghdoudi (email@example.com)
Connect.-Find out more about BORSC committee members, the St. Olaf Board of Regents, and the President’s Leadership Team.
Create.-BORSC aims to facilitate interactions between the college leadership and students, find out how you can show your St. Olaf experience and communicate relevant student issues.
Explore.-Want to learn more about BORSC? Read up on our past reports, SGA newsletters sent to the Board of Regents and other information about the college.
4/3-4/8 Hallway DisplayApril 12th, 2018-The first week of April was an exciting time on campus. Everyone was returning from spring break, spring was NOT in the air, and BORSC had a hallway display between Boe Chapel and Buntrock! The purpose of this display was to inform students about the Regents and BORSC’s mission as the liaison between the Regents and the student body. We included FAQs about the Regents, as well as pictures of our current team. If you got the change to check it out, thank you!! If...
3/22 Tabling EventApril 12th, 2018-On Thursday March 22, BORSC held a tabling event to gather student opinions and concerns. The intention of this event was to collect ideas for our May Regents report! Thanks to our DIY trail mix station and robust student interest, we were able to gather a considerable amount of information. Topics included race, GE reform, mental health resources, and many others. BORSC was happy to see that students were excited about expression their concerns, and we want to thank all who participated. As always, feel...