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Student Senate Elections

USF Elections - Be Heard!

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This Spring, all Executive and Senator positions will be open for the ASUSF Senate and the Graduate Student Senate, as well as, all positions of the Residence Hall Association.

Meet the 2014-15 Candidates!

ASUSF Senate
Graduate Student Senate
Residence Hall Association

USF Elections - Spring 2014 Timeline

Candidate Applications Available
Monday, March 24 | by 10:00 am | Orgsync 

Spring 2014 Elections: Candidate Information Sessions
Monday, March 24 | 5:00 - 6:00 pm | UC 4th Floor Lounge
Wednesday, March 26 | 12:00 - 1:00 pm | UC 4th Floor Lounge
Tuesday, April 1 | 12:00 - 1:00 pm | UC 4th Floor Lounge
Thursday, April 3 | 5:00 - 6:00 pm | UC 4th Floor Lounge 

Candidate Applications Due
Tuesday, April 8 | by 11:59 pm | Orgsync 

Spring 2014 Elections: Candidate Orientation
Thursday, April 10 | 6:30 - 7:30 pm | Berman Room, Fromm Hall  

Campaigning Begins
Monday, April 14 | 10:00 am 

GSS Candidate Platform Presentations
Monday, April 14 | 6:30 -7:30 pm | Crossroads Café, UC 1st Floor 

ASUSF Senate & RHA Meet the Candidates
Tuesday, April 15 | 11:45 am -12:45 pm | UC 1st Floor 

ASUSF Senate & RHA Executive Candidate Introductions at ASUSF Senate Spring Summit
Tuesday, April 15 | 6:00 - 8:00 pm | Xavier Chapel, Fromm 

ASUSF Senate & RHA Executive Candidate Platform Presentations
Thursday, April 17 | 11:45 am - 12:45 pm | Crossroads Café, UC 1st Floor 

Spring Elections (Voting) Begin
Monday, April 21 | 10:00 am | Online 

Polling
April 21-24 | Various times and locations (can vote form anywhere online) 

Spring Elections (Voting) End
Thursday, April 24 | 4:00 pm | Online

ASUSF Senate

"We, the undergraduate students of the University of San Francisco, in pursuit of academic, ethical, and spiritual excellence for ourselves and our University, do establish this Constitution of the Associated Students of the University of San Francisco. We pledge ourselves to the development of the whole person, the ideals and values of the Jesuit tradition, and to the search for truth and human understanding in all facets of USF community life. We are bound to protect and uphold, to the best of our ability, the rights and privileges guaranteed to our members by this constitution and the Institutional Policy on Student Freedoms and Responsibilities."- Preamble, ASUSF Senate Constitution

Spring 2014 Open Executive Positions
President
Vice President of Internal Affairs
Vice President of Business Administration
Vice President of Public Relations
Vice President of Mission
Vice President of Sustainability  

Spring 2014 Open Senator Positions
College of Arts and Sciences Representative (2)
School of Management Representative (2)
School of Nursing and Health Professions (2)
Senior Class Representative (2)
Junior Class Representative (2)
Sophomore Class Representative (2)
Off-Campus Representative (2)
On-Campus Representative (2)
International Student Representative (2)
Students of Color Representative (2)
Nontraditional Age Student Representative (2)
Students with Disabilities Representative (2)
LGBTQ Representative (2)

Residence Hall Association

The Residence Hall Association has their elections in the Spring semester of every year.
Spring 2014 Open RHA Executive Positions:
President 
Vice President 
Vice President of Business and Finance 
National Communications Coordinator (NCC)

Spring 2014 Open RHA Positions:
Director of Internal Procedures
Director of Marketing
Director of Publications
Director of Programming and Development
Director of Advocacy and Outreach

Residence Hall Councils

The Residence Hall Councils have their elections in the Fall semester of every year. Each residence hall has six RHC positions.
Residence Hall Councils:
Fromm
Gillson
Hayes-Healy
Lone Mountain
Loyola Village
Phelan
Pedro Arrupe

Positions in Each Council:
President
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Programmer
Marketing Specialist

Graduate Student Senate

"We, the graduate students of the University of San Francisco, in order to best express our rights and interests, hereby establish a representative body of student governance, providing a forum for all graduate students' voices. We do so to protect the well-being of our community, to further the Jesuit mission of the University of San Francisco, and to develop and promote socially responsible leadership for the future. The Associated Graduate Students of the University of San Francisco will be governed and represented by the Graduate Student Senate of the University of San Francisco." - Preamble, Graduate Student Senate Constitution

 
Spring 2014 Open Executive Positions
President
Vice President of Internal Affairs
Vice President of External Affairs
Vice President of Treasury
Vice President of Administrative Affairs  

Spring 2014 Open Senator Positions
Branch Campus Senator (1)
College of Arts and Sciences Senator (2)
School of Education Senator (2)
School of Management Senator (2)
School of Nursing and Health Professions Senator (2) 

Voting

All currently enrolled students who have paid their Student Activity Fee are eligible to vote! Undergraduate students are eligible for the ASUSF Senate Elections and the Residence Hall Council Elections (Fall only). Graduate students are eligible for the Graduate Student Senate Election. A valid USF student ID number will be required to vote.

Voting will take place in September and April. During the Elections week, voting begins at 10:00 am on Monday and last until 4:00 pm on Thursday.

All voting will be online. Polling stations will be located in various locations around campus including the University Center and Residence Halls, but you can vote anywhere online.

E-mail elections@usfca.edu with any questions about elections.