Charged with the task of bettering student life, the Senators works to pass legislation and oversee the operation of student organizations. Comprised of six Standing Committees: Academic Affairs, Appropriations, Campus Services, Elections and Rules, Organizations Policy and Review, and Student Life, the Senate aims to advocate for all students.
Each graduating class elects eight representatives to their respective Councils.
Hall Councils are composed of a group of representatives from each hall in the building, led by an elected Executive Board. They put on fun events for residents and help fund upgrades to community living areas.
You must attend one interest meeting to be eligible for candidacy. If you are unable to attend any of the Interest Meetings, please contact the Elections Chair, Jake Braniecki (email@example.com), before the last scheduled Interest Meeting.
Polls will be open on Thursday, September 15th beginning at 10:00am and will close on Friday, September 16th at 10:00pm. Voting will take place through a link on this website and on CCC. Students may vote for up to eight Class Council candidates from their own graduating class year. Students may vote for as many Senate Candidates and Preseidential Tickets as they wish.
Platforms are due online, see How to Become a Candidate by Thursday, September 8th at 12:00pm. You can submit them starting from the first interest meeting.
Campaigning begins 12:00 pm Sunday, September 11th and ends Friday, September 16th at 10pm when polls close. All campaign materials must be down within 48 hours after elections.
Make sure to be an informed voter! Platforms will be available on this website on the Current Candidates tab by the end of the day on Friday, September 9th. Make a difference...GET OUT THERE AND VOTE on September 15th and 16th!