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Campus-Wide Elections

Each spring semester, many different positions open up for campus leadership opportunities. Positions become available in the Graduate Student Assembly, Student Government, Texas Student Media, University Co-op, and the University Unions. These opportunities are fulfilled by students who file to become candidates and participate in the Campus-Wide Elections.

Supervision of the Campus-Wide Elections begins with the Election Supervisory Board. This group is charged with conducting and overseeing the elections, including disputes and grievances. Students have the opportunity to participate on the Election Supervisory Board when applications open mid-fall.

During each fall semester, first-year students have the opportunity to serve on Student Government via First-Year Elections.

2019 Campus-Wide Elections

Get Involved in the 2019 Campus-Wide Elections!

Campus-wide elections are a wonderful opportunity for all students to learn more about the University, serve fellow longhorns and work with administrators across the Forty Acres. Whether you run for an elected position, support and campaign for someone who does, or simply vote, the entire campus-wide election process is a chance for all Longhorns to be better citizens and stewards of the University's mission to change the world.

Filing for campus-wide elections opens at 9:00 am on Tuesday, January 22nd and runs until Friday, February 15th at 12 noon. There are more than 50 elected positions available through the following organizations: Graduate Student Assembly, Student Government, Texas Student Media, University Unions and University Co-op.

Interested students are encouraged review information found on this site prior to filing to learn more about Campus-Wide Election policies and procedures. All candidates will be required to attend a Candidate Seminar on Friday, February 15th at 7:00 P.M. in SAC 2.302.

If you have questions regarding Campus-Wide Elections, contact the Election Supervisory Board at

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