Please send all questions to 2017 Election Commissioner, Eddie Roe, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2017 election packet is available here.
Undergraduate students are eligible to vote for SGA President, SGA Vice-President, and Student Services Director in addition to Residential Senators and College Senators representing their housing and college.
Graduate students are eligible to vote for GSS President, GSS Vice-President, SGA President, SGA Vice-President, Student Services Director, and residential senators.
Below are the vacancies for the 2017 SGA Elections ballot. Potential candidates will need to turn in Appendices A, D, E, F, and M by Tuesday, March 28 by 5pm in the SGA Office (Dunford Hall 2246) and meet the qualifications set forth in the election packet under their respective section. Appendix C will still be due by March 24 for political party affiliation. The Appendix M clean-up bond check/cash will be due for all potential independent candidates, but if a potential candidate is affiliated with a political party they will not be required to turn in the check/cash. Candidates will be certified by the Election Commission on March 30. All candidates that fill vacant positions will be subject to the 2017 Election Rules and Procedures.
Graduate Student Senate President
Graduate Student Senate Vice President
Student Senate Academic Seats
CASNR – 1 vacant
CEHHS – 2 vacant
Engineering – 1 vacant
Nursing – 1 vacant
Social Work – 1 vacant
Student Senate Residential Seats
Central Area (Hess and Massey Hall) – 2 vacant