Student Government Association

Class Officer Election

2018-2019 Class President/Representative Information & Application

Position Descriptions

For a detailed description of the class officer position, please follow the link below.

Class Officer Position Description


Academic Standing
Except for new students, i.e. freshmen and transfer students, candidates for class offices within the Student Government Association must:

  1. Have a grade point average of 2.7 or higher at the time of election.

Disciplinary Standing
Candidates are required to be in good disciplinary standing with the University. Having a disciplinary history with the University or department does not eliminate a candidate from consideration, but the nature of the incident(s) may have bearing. Candidates for the position cannot be on disciplinary probation.

For additional information see the Election Guidelines.

Selection Process Timeline

April 4: Interest Meeting.  Interest Meeting. The Interest Meeting will be held 7pm-9pm in Phillips 216.

April 9: Application.  Completed application due via the form below by 5pm.

April 10: Candidate Campaign Meeting.  A required Candidate Campaign meeting will be held at 5pm-7pm in Phillips 216. Election guidelines will be covered and campaigning will officially begin at the conclusion of the meeting.

April 10 – April 14: Campaigning.  The period begins on April 10 after the Candidate Campaign meeting and ends on April 14 at 11:59PM.

April 15 – April 17: Voting.  Voting will take place on HPU Connect. Polls will open at 12:01 AM on April 15 and will close at 11:59 PM on Wednesday, April 17.

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