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ASUSU Student Government Elections

Why should I run for office?

"It's an experience that you will reflect on throughout your life. You gain abilities that will compliment a degree in any field... employers know the value."
- Tyler Tolson 2010-2011 Student Body President

"As students we have a voice. If you don't agree with something, why not try to change it? The only way you have a say in how your school is run is by getting involved."
- Josh Nagao 2009-2010 Activities Director

"I ran for office because I had an opinion and I wanted it to be heard."
- Kayla Harris 2009-2010 Traditions Director

Are you ready to make a difference? Do you want to leave your mark on Utah State University? Let ASUSU Student Government help you.

The purpose and mission of ASUSU Student Government is to improve the quality of student life at Utah State University. As a member of student government you work with and on behalf of the students to be a mediator between faculty and staff. Student Government Officers have the opportunity and resources necessary to make a difference on the quality of Utah State University.

2011 Student Government Elections:

  • February 22-24, 2011 (Primary Elections)
  • March 1-3, 2011 (Final Elections)

*Dates are subject to change

By-law information will be available as elections get closer.