Student Council of i3L (SCi) is an executive student-governed organization which was established in 2014. We function as the representative of the students of i3L and as a bridge between the students and i3L’s management/programs.
The vision and mission of the student council change every single year. The current vision and mission(s) are:
Student Council of i3L aspires to build a sense of pride in the institute while maintaining kinship within the i3L family and to be a bridge between the students, the institute and society.
The Learning and Development division focuses on enhancing the learning process of the student body. We provide programs and services to encourage both academic and non-academic activities. It includes the initiation of new students into the learning process in i3L and the provision of a platform for students to express their talents by joining clubs and communities that are active in both internal and external events.
Orientation week (O-week) is a collaboration event between Center of Student Development and Learning and Development Division. This event is help annually as introduction session for the new students to be more familiar with i3L system and environment. The event will take place around 4-5 days staring with pre-orientation day and close with inauguration ceremony. Morning session is filled with information regarding academic and afternoon session is fun-educative activities with the seniors. This event was held in order to welcome the new cohort to be a part of i3L’s family and also to help develop their skills related to university life and bonding a strong relationship between them.
Community Outreach (CO) focuses on providing platforms for students to do community services by establishing relationships with various external organizations. i3L students are encouraged to do social work to give back to society and to also shape them into well-rounded adult professionals. This work is usually done through volunteering and charity activities.
Science Tutor Program is i3L’s CSR program that is focused on teaching science to children. This program aims to intrigue children’s thoughts on science and to help the volunteers develop their empathy by sharing their knowledge with others. The Science Tutor Program is done in collaboration with House for Reading and Education (HORE) and RPTRA Beringin. The last HORE sessions were held at Kampung Guji, Kebun Jeruk, and the last RPTRA Beringin sessions were held at RPTRA Beringin in Cempaka Putih. Both collaborative actions may have up to three sessions each month which allows students to practice both theory and experiment.
SCi’s Welfare Division is a division which is responsible for planning programs or activities to support the welfare of all i3L family members. Thus, its main goal is to create a student-friendly atmosphere within the campus premises.
Gathering Night is an event that focuses on enhancing the togetherness between i3L family members. This event was presented by the new cohort supervised by the welfare division for them to learn how the university and organizational works. The new cohort was given responsibility for conducting an event where everyone can get to know each other better to create a comfortable environment in the new semester.
SCi’s Business Division is responsible for gathering funding and sponsorship to support all Student Council activities/events. The Business Division is also in charge of creating business plans to promote activities within the Student Council. On top of that, the division also collaborates with other divisions to create budgeting plans to finance other divisions’ activities.
This is one of the services provided by i3L’s Student Council and the responsibility is given to the Business Division. The Printing Service is aimed at i3L students in order to help and support them in performing their daily tasks and assignments. The Printing Service has been relied upon by students who are working hard to meet deadlines and impromptu tasks.
Our Clubs and Communities covering a wide variety of interests for you to join or attend.
i3L BRIGHT (iBRIGHT) refers to soft skills that we hope students can master once they graduated from i3L. Center of Student Development has developed several soft skills training modules to prepare the students for their lives after graduation. Regular topics offered are:
1. Understanding Your Personality
2. Understanding Your Learning Style
3. Study Skills
4. Presentation Skills
5. Emotional Intelligence
6. Stress and How to Cope with It
7. Interview Skills
8. Cover Letter and CV Writing
Despite the regular topics, Center of Student Development always seek new topics and/or guest speakers to help enchance the students’ soft skills development . Some of the topics are:
1. Basic First Aid
2. Communication Skills
3. Public Speaking 101 (in collaboration with Student Council and LSWA)