SLC 2022

As we receive questions from advisors we will update this page. 


Question: Does the Chapter Advisor have to upload the video files to YouTube or Vimeo?

A: No. Have the students do that part and then email you the URL/Link needed to submit. You can review the videos if you want to make sure the students are following the guidelines. Students likely have experience uploading videos and/or are familiar with those platforms and can handle that step.


Question: Can videos be recorded at home?

A: Yes. Recordings can be done anywhere. We recommend a quiet setting with a neutral background. If the recording is done at home, a gathering place like a living room, dining room, den, or study is recommended. Students may NOT record in a bedroom or bathroom.


Question: Do I have to watch each video before I submit the link?

A: No. We understand that some advisors will want to review the videos, but this is not a required step. You don’t screen what they say in a role play normally. If you trust that your students haven’t said or done anything inappropriate, then I don’t think there is a need to review them prior to submitting. If you have a concern, you could do just that. If you want each video reviewed but you simply don’t have the time to do them yourself, consider having students watch each other’s videos, or assign your officer team to review them, prior to you submitting the link


Question:  When will the “Top 20” for application test events be announced? 

A:  We will release these results after testing closes.


Question:  Has the deadline for state Torch, Quality Chapter, and BPA Cares been extended? 

A:  No.


Question:  Can students test at home?

A:  Not this year. All tests must be proctored by a testing liaison.