Sending your son or daughter off to college is a hard thing to do for any parent, and it can be difficult to find ways to stay involved in their lives while they are away at school. Simpson University’s Parent Council may be the perfect way to get involved and to make a difference in your son or daughter’s experience at Simpson. The Parent Council is committed to serving the parents of Simpson students and helping to ease the transition into college life for both students and parents. It is also dedicated to praying for students, parents, and the university. The Parent Council gives parents the opportunity of serving their child and the Simpson community at the same time.
The purpose of the Parent Council is to foster communication between the University and parents in order to improve the quality of the university experience for Simpson students and their parents. Further, the Parent Council will work to preserve and strengthen the broader mission of the University. The Council members will serve as liaisons, reflecting the views of the parents to the administration, communicate with parents about the goals and plans of the University and serve the students who attend Simpson. The Council will work through the Office of Parent Relations.
Formation of the Parent Council
June 7, 2005 was the first meeting of this new and exciting Simpson University Parent Council. Regular meetings during Orientation and Genesis weekends are open to all who are interested in finding out more about the Parent Council. This is a great way to 'test the waters' before joining the council.
For further information about the Simpson University Parent Council, contact email@example.com or call (530) 226-4774.