About Us


The vision of the SRC is to institutionalize an elected student body who partners with ALU’s administration to create the systems and policies that enable for a predictable and replicable student experience and community culture in line with ALU’s vision for developing value-driven leaders.

As an institution, the SRC will be cultural drivers that hold the community accountable to high standards, drive student engagement and events on campus, provide consultative input on the priorities, systems and policies shaping student experience at ALU and build empathy across students and administration through consistent communication.


The mission of the SRC is to empower the voice of the student body through representation in the administration of the institution. The ultimate goal is to ensure that through the elected SRC, all student-facing systems are a reflection of the collective thoughts and interests of the students.

Brief History

 The ALU Student Representative Council in Mauritius was established in April 2018. The inception of the SRC was initiated by the Steering Committee, which comprised of both students and staff across the ALU Rwanda and Mauritius campuses from March 2017 until January 2018 through which the Constitution was designed. The Electoral Commission upon selection, thereafter, created the structures and procedures of the election process of the SRC and on the 20th of March 2018, democratic elections were held. That same day, the Provisional results of the 8 winning candidates were released and the inauguration of SRC was held on the 12th of April 2018.