Elections

Elections

ELECTION COMMISSIONER
Robin Levisky

Apply to run in the 2023 SGA Election Here: http://bit.ly/3XLQYs8

Questions?
Contact me at vote@uccs.edu

2020 ELECTION RESULTS

2023 SGA Election
Important Dates
Informational Meeting - Mon, Jan 30 6pm @ UC 302

Mandatory Canidate Meeting - Mon, Feb 13, 2023 6pm @ UC 302
Applications to run due by Feb 13th - Apply here: http://bit.ly/3XLQYs8

Debate, Canidate Meet and Greet - Mon, Feb 27 6pm @ Student Life Lounge

Election Week: March 6th - 10th , 2023 - sgaelection.uccs.edu

Elections vs Appointments?

What is the difference between being elected and being appointed?
  • Being Elected

    Every year SGA holds an election for the following years executive and senator positions. In this process applicants fill out an application on MLC to run for a position in the election. Through different events such as the candidate meeting, candidate meet & greet, and the candidate debate, etc. candidates campaign for the student vote culminating in the week long voting period in early March. Following this votes are counted and those who win by a majority vote serve in the position for the following year!

  • Being Appointed

    The appointment process is run by the Appointment Advisory Committee (AAC) within SGA. SGA members both appointed and elected serve on this committee. The appointments process typically begins at the start of each fall semester. Students submit application a more extensive application (including submitting a resume, cover letter, and answering questions about their intent) on MLC for the position they wish to pursue. The AAC then decides which candidate to interview and conducts an interview process. From there chosen applicants are recommended by the AAC to the Senate who take a final vote on the applicant. If appointed to the position the applicant will then serve in the position until the end of the year.