Welcome to the Campus-Wide Elections website. Here you will find all the information you need for UT Austin fall and spring student body elections. These elections offer interested students a unique opportunity to learn more about the University, serve fellow longhorns and work with administrators across the Forty Acres.
During each fall semester, first-year students have the opportunity to serve on Student Government via First-Year Elections. Student Government Supreme Court is charged with conducting and overseeing First-Year Elections, including disputes and grievances.
Each spring semester, more than 50 different campus leadership opportunities become available in the Graduate Student Assembly, Student Government, Texas Student Media, University Co-op, and the University Unions. The Election Supervisory Board is charged with conducting and overseeing the elections, including disputes and grievances. Students interested in participating with the Election Supervisory Board may apply when applications open mid-fall.
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.
2019 – 2020 Election Supervisory Board Applications
Leaders Wanted for Campus Wide Election Supervisory Board!
The Election Supervisory Board (ESB) is charged with conducting and overseeing the campus-wide student election process for University entities that refer to the ESB in their election code. Election disputes and grievances are heard by the ESB.
To be considered for membership on the 2019-2020 Election Supervisory Board, complete the online application by noon on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019.
Applicants selected for an interview will be notified to schedule their 15-minute interview with the ESB Selection Committee for either Sunday, Oct. 27, 6 - 10 p.m. or Monday, Oct. 28, 7 - 10 p.m.
Election Supervisory Board membership involves a concentrated timeline of activity between Feb. 1, 2020 – March 13, 2020. After completion of an active and engaged term with the ESB and conclusion of the campus-wide elections process, the chair, appointed by the ESB Selection Committee, will receive $1000, and each member of the ESB will receive $750 for their service. Details about ESB service are included in the online application.
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