Student Government Election Season is upon us! Click here to access the application for the Executive Round of March 2017 elections.
At the beginning of each election cycle, students interested in becoming candidates must first submit their online application to run. Once the SGA Election Taskforce has approved this application, candidates may begin campaigning. The approval of application will come in form of email 24 - 48 hours after the submission of the application.
The height of the campaign is Speech Nights, which takes place in the Amex on March 21 at 18:30. Online voting will open directly after Speech Night – voting booths will be set up in Combes through out the week of March 21 to 24 . Voting ends at 17:00 on Friday March 24 and results will be announced via email.
Graduate Student Council (GSC):
Undergraduate Student Council (USC)
Student Government Association (SGA)
Please address all SGA election-related questions to the Election Task Force firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online applications open at the dates listed above and must be submitted no later than 5pm on the date that applications close listed above. Campaigning may begin as soon as your application has been submitted online and you've received an e-mail confirming your eligibility from the SGA Election Task Force. All eligible candidates are encouraged to deliver a speech at Speech Night.
Students running for any position must have and maintain a 3.0 minimum grade point average. Please review the pertinent SGA executive job descriptions for more information. For more information, please see the SGA constitution. Please note that attendance at Student Senate on Wednesdays Period 3 (12:10-13:30) is mandatory for USC/GSC Vice Presidents and the USC/GSC Communications Directors.
Other election rules to note:
For more information or concerns, please feel free to stop by the Student Government Office now located in Combes C304 or contact the Election Task Force at email@example.com.
All voting is supervised by the SGA Lection Taskforce and managed by the AUP’s ITS Department. A system of checks and balances is in place to ensure fair and transparent elections. Links to online ballots will be listed here when available.