Wake Up Your Voices - Run for Student Government!

Any Questions Regarding Elections?

Email Cassie, the A.S. Elections Commissioner at cvc17@humboldt.edu and CC the A.S. Board Coordinator casey@humboldt.edu.

What positions are available and what do they do?

Positions up for ElectionNotes on positionAnnual Stipend (dispersed quarterly)
President"Shall be the chief executive officer of the Association elected by the Association membership." Expect 20 hours/week of service. Serves as the Executive Committee Chair, sits on several A.S., Senate and campus committees. Desirable skills include but are not limited to delegation, inclusive communication, strong organizational skills, experience navigating campus processes, business management, SMART goal setting$7,470
Administrative Vice President"Shall be the chief financial assistant to the President." Expect 15 hours/week of service. Chairs the Board of Finance and provides at least quarterly reports to the Board regarding finances of the organization. Desirable skills include but are not limited to understanding complex funding structures, practice inclusive communication, facilitation, critical analysis of revenue and expenses, budget administration.$2,359
Legislative Vice President "Shall be the chief financial assistant to the President." Expect 15 hours/week of service. Serves as the Chair to the Board. Desirable skills include but are not limited to inclusive meeting facilitation, understanding of Sturgis Parliamentary Procedure, timely communication, ability to write legislation and teach best meeting practices and procedures$2,359
Student Affairs Vice President "Shall be the chief advisor on student affairs to the President" Expect 15 hours/week of service. Chairs the Student Affairs Advisory Committee, the Grad Pledge Alliance and the Funded Programs Committee. Desirable skills are collaboration, outreach, event planning and management, and strong communication skills both in writing and in speech.$2,359
Social Justice & Equity Officer "Shall be the chief sustainability advisor to the President and the A.S. Board of Directors." Expect 10 hours/week of service. Is an active committee member on campus committees, is encouraged to connect with student organizations like OhSNAP, CHECK IT, YES programs, the Cultural Centers of Academic Excellence, the Student Disability Resource Center. Desired skills are collaboration, listening, and experience is bias-training is recommended$2,359
Environmental Sustainability Officer "Shall be the chief sustainability advisor to the President and the A.S. Board of Directors." Expect 10 hours/week of service. Chairs the Earth Week Every Week Committee, sits as a member of the Humboldt Energy Independence Fund Committee, the Campus Sustainability Committee and will advise the Board of Directors on matters regarding the environment and sustainability. Works closely with the Social Justice & Equity Officer.$2,359
College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences RepresentativeRepresents and votes on behalf of the students in the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences. Expect 6 hours/week of service. College Reps are encouraged to get connected with CAHSS clubs and the Dean of the College, must plan semesterly events for students to get and ask for information from their college, are empowered to draft policy and legislation and represent on an A.S. and a campus committee.$1,966
College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences RepresentativeRepresents and votes on behalf of the students in the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences. Expect 6 hours/week of service. College Reps are encouraged to get connected with CAHSS clubs and the Dean of the College, must plan semesterly events for students to get and ask for information from their college, are empowered to draft policy and legislation and represent on an A.S. and a campus committee.$1,966
College of Natural Resources & Sciences Representative Represents and votes on behalf of the students in the College of Natural Resources & Sciences. Expect 6 hours/week of service. College Reps are encouraged to get connected with CNRS clubs and the Dean of the College, must plan semesterly events for students to get and ask for information from their college, are empowered to draft policy and legislation and represent on an A.S. and a campus committee.$1,966
College of Natural Resources & Sciences Representative Represents and votes on behalf of the students in the College of Natural Resources & Sciences. Expect 6 hours/week of service. College Reps are encouraged to get connected with CNRS clubs and the Dean of the College, must plan semesterly events for students to get and ask for information from their college, are empowered to draft policy and legislation and represent on an A.S. and a campus committee.$1,966
College of Professional Studies Representative Represents and votes on behalf of the students in the College of Professional Studies. Expect 6 hours/week of service. College Reps are encouraged to get connected with CPS clubs and the Dean of the College,, must plan semesterly events for students to get and ask for information from their college, are empowered to draft policy and legislation and represent on an A.S. and a campus committee$1,966
College of Professional Studies Representative Represents and votes on behalf of the students in the College of Professional Studies. Expect 6 hours/week of service. College Reps are encouraged to get connected with CPS clubs and the Dean of the College,, must plan semesterly events for students to get and ask for information from their college, are empowered to draft policy and legislation and represent on an A.S. and a campus committee$1,966
At-Large RepresentativeTwo positions for students not interested in representing a specific college, created with undeclared students to mind. Expect 6 hours/week of service. They are empowered to draft policy and legislation and represent on an A.S. and a campus committee.$1,966
At-Large RepresentativeTwo positions for students not interested in representing a specific college, created with undeclared students to mind. Expect 6 hours/week of service. They are empowered to draft policy and legislation and represent on an A.S. and a campus committee.$1,966
Graduate Student Representative Represents the graduate students on campus. Expect 6 hours/week of service. Participates in the Graduate Council, they are empowered to draft policy and legislation and represent on an A.S. and a campus committee.$1,966