msa Board of directors
msa president's welcome message
On behalf of the MSA, I wanted to take this time to wish you all the best of luck with the Fall semester! I know that the pandemic makes things uncertain, but the MSA is here to support you however we can. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions, comments or concerns that you may have. We are always here to support you. Whether you are at the Fennell, IAHS, Stoney Creek campus, the Airport, one of the Six Nations campuses or Wentworth Heights, the MSA is here to continue to provide our services in an effective online model.
To all of the brand new students, welcome to Mohawk! I hope you have a great first week of classes, and that you learn about the services that Mohawk College and the MSA provide.
Have a great semester everyone! Stay safe!
The Mohawk Students' Association Board of Directors are
here to represent students.
The MSA Board of Directors works throughout the year to represent the over 30,000 full-time, part-time, continuing education, and apprenticeship students of Mohawk College on a federal, provincial, and community level. The Board holds seats on many committees to ensure the student voice is heard. Please help the MSA Board represent you to the best of their abilities by contacting them with any issues that are important to you.
The MSA Board of Directors is also here to represent you within Mohawk College. From academic appeals to parking appeals, they will provide you with valuable information and also work with you and the college to resolve any issues you may have.
What are MSA Elections?
The Mohawk Students’ Association is governed by an elected group of students who comprise the Board of Directors. These student leaders provide direction for the organization and represent the student voice at Mohawk College.
Each year, an election is held to fill these positions. Full-time students are eligible to run for available positions on the Board of Directors, and all students are eligible to vote in the election. The candidate nomination period takes place in January of each year, followed by the voting period in February.