Twenty-two positions open in USG spring election
From Undergraduate Student Government
It's that time to start thinking about what kind of impact you want to have on campus in 2009-10 and how involved you would like be at UST.
Participating in the Undergraduate Student Government allows you to be heard and to attack the issues you've always wanted to. It is a dynamic council of unique, insightful and motivated individuals. USG is looking for those who are passionate and want to make a difference. If you are interested in one of the 22 open positions, pick up a candidate package outside the USG office, MCH 111, or online at www.stthomas.edu/usg.
The positions open for the spring 2009 election are:
Executive Vice President
Vice President of Administrative Affairs
Vice President of Academic Affairs
Vice President of Public Relations
Senior Class President
Senior Class Senator (2)
Junior Class President
Junior Class Senator (2)
Sophomore Class President
Sophomore Class Senator (2)
Student Diversity Relations Chair
Legislative Affairs Senator
Neighborhood Senator (WSNAC)
Neighborhood Senator (Merriam Park)
Elections and Credentials Chair
Each plays a unique role not only within the council but also within the UST community.
For more information visit the USG office, MCH 111, or contact Luke Gregory, elections and credentials chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org, to discuss the opportunities that the Undergraduate Student Government and the University of St. Thomas can and will provide.