Student Government Elections
The 2023 Student Government Election will take place online from 8:00 AM on Monday, April 10, through 6:00 PM on Tuesday, April 11.
According to the Student Government Constitution, elections will take place annually and include the second (2nd) Tuesday in April. Students will be able to run for open seats and will be able to vote for candidates who will represent them. The election will be online from 8am-6pm, and can be accessed at mnsu.edu/voting. First year students ARE eligible to hold office and are encouraged to step up into these important leadership roles, as are any other students who feel that they can bring a good voice to the table.
Students may apply to be a candidate in the 2023 Student Government election starting January 9, 2023. Applications to run for President and Vice-President are due by Monday, March 27, 2023. Applications to run for Senate or Board Positions are due by Monday, April 3, 2023.
Campaigning may begin starting Friday, March 24.
Rules readings for the 2023 Student Government election will be hosted at the following dates/times:
- Wednesday, March 15, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m., CSU 280, with MeMe Cronin
- Tuesday, March 21, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m., CSU 280, with MeMe Cronin
- Wednesday, March 22, 3:00 - 4:00 p.m., CSU 280, with MeMe Cronin
- Additional readings may be scheduled by contacting the 2023 Elections Commissioner, MeMe Cronin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The 2023 Elections are held to for the purpose of electing the President, the Vice-President, the Senators, and representatives for Student Boards.
The Senate seats are listed below:
- 5 seats for students residing in Residential Life-managed properties
- 8 seats for students residing Off-Campus
- 4 seats for students with declared majors in the College of Allied Health & Nursing
- 3 seats for a student with a declared major in the College of Humanities & Social Sciences
- 2 seats for a student with a declared major in the College of Business
- 1 seat for a student with a declared major in the College of Education
- 2 seats for students with declared majors in the College of Graduate Studies
- 3 seats for a student with a declared major in the College of Science, Engineering, & Technology
- 2 seats for an "At-Large" Senator. This seat is open to any student, with any major, living on or off campus.
The following Student Board positions are available:
- 4 members of the Newspaper Board
- 2 members of the Centennial Student Union Board
- 2 members of the Student Health Services Fee Advisory Commission
- 2 members of the Athletics Fee Advisory Commission