2018-19 WSUSA Executive Winners
Legislative Vice President
Activities Vice President
Diversity Vice President
Service Vice President
Leadership Vice President
C&O Vice President
Davis Campus Vice President
2018-19 WSUSA Senate Election Winners
|American Indian Senator||Bessie Pettigrew|
|Asian Senator||Christian Phomsouvanh|
|College of Business & Economics Senator||Scott Lund|
|College of Health Professions Senator||Kaly Thompson|
|College of Science Senator||Kade Crittenden|
|College of Social & Behavioral Sciences Senator||Jovany Bahena-Rosario|
|Davis Campus Senator||Alexandra Cothran|
|Hispanic Senator||Abdiel Vazquez|
|Honors/BIS Senator||Sultan Ayubi|
|International Students Senator||Chukwuebuka Odu|
|Residence Halls Senator||Andrew Frost|
|Traditional Senator||Brody Baily|
|Veteran Senator||Travis Parsons|
Frequently Asked Questions About Elections
Can anyone run for a student government position?
Yes. However, there are some eligibility requirements that you can read in the elections packet. You must enroll and complete a minimum of 12 credited hours at WSU per semester and pay full-time student fees during your term of office. You must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 or higher during your term. Must be in good academic, financial, and judicial standing with the University. And you must be at least 18 years of age at the time of application.
How long do students hold office?
Students hold their positions for the fall and spring semesters. All positions will require summer planning and training hours. Each position has specific job requirements that must be fulfilled. There may also be other functions related to your position in addition to noted requirements. These are to be determined by the position, and more information is provided in the elections packet.
Are there any rules to the signage my campaign can put up?
There usually are rules and regulations to what your campaign can contain, however these differ from year to year, depending on the elections committee and previous years. Before elections begins, the office of student involvement and leadership as well as the elections committee will create a packet of information containing such rules and regulations as well as other campaign information. They will also hold a meeting to discuss candidates concerns.
How do I vote?
Voting takes place through weber.edu/vote and will be available only during elections.
Why should I vote?
Voting is important for every student. Your student fees help to pay for several seminars, sponsor clubs and organization as well as many other things. By voting and learning about the candidates you can learn and gain a greater understanding of what the candidates believe is best for you. If you have further questions about why you should vote, please pose the question through email, social media, or come stop by!