Your student government: Interested in running for student government? Process starts Feb. 17

Published: Feb. 13, 2014

Beginning on Monday, Feb. 17, petition packets for students interested in running for positions in the University of Colorado Student Government will be available in the CUSG office in the UMC room 125.

Positions up for election this spring include:

CUSG: Tri-Executives, four representative-at-large seats

ASSG: Five seats on Arts and Science Student Government (ASSG), two co-senators

UCEC: President of the University of Colorado Engineering Council, two vice presidents, two co-senators, and nine representatives-at-large.

Packets are due back to the UMC room 125 on Monday, March 10, by 5 p.m., with all required signatures specific to that seat. All candidates must be full CUSG fee paying students at CU-Boulder to be eligible for office, which will be verified by the election commissioner.

Contact the CUSG Election Commissioner Wyatt Ryder with any questions or concerns, and for more information about seat specific candidate requirements, check out

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