Do you want to make a difference on campus as a student representative? If so, now is the time for you to leave a legacy and run for office!
Each year ASI holds elections during the spring semester. Elections is a great time to get involved with not only ASI but the campus community. Elected officials are students elected by students for students to serve as the official governing body of Sacramento State. Positions include:
- ASI President & Executive Vice President (Presidential Ticket)
- Vice President of Finance
- Vice President of University Affairs
- Vice President of Academic Affairs
- Director of Arts and Letters
- Director of Business Administration
- Director of Education
- Director of Engineering and Computer Science
- Director of Health and Human Services
- Director of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
- Director of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies
- Director of Undeclared Students
- Director of Graduate Studies
Please note that the requirements to run for office such as grade point average (GPA), residency units, and “good standing” status that are evaluated by the Vice President of Student Affairs office to determine if student are eligible.
If you have an interest in running for office you will need to attend a the mandatory candidate workshops, a mandatory ethics workshop and complete the candidate elections packet by March 8 by 4pm.
In addition, elected candidates are the voice for Sac State students and also receive multiple benefits. This is a great opportunity to build your resume, receive priority registration, earn a sizable scholarship each semester, access to a faculty-staff parking, leadership and decision-making skills.
The following dates are for the Mandatory Candidate Workshops:
- February 28, Capital Room, University Union at 9am
- March 6, Canyon Room, University Union at 5pm
- March 7, Canyon Room, University Union at 1pm
The Mandatory Ethics Workshops will be offered:
- March 14 at 11am or 5pm
Feel free to contact the ASI Government office with any questions at (916)278-6784 or email the Elections Officer, Danial McGhie at firstname.lastname@example.org .