MUSG is seeking students to run for MUSG President and Executive Vice President, among other student leadership positions, for the 2018 Spring Elections.
Individuals in these positions represent students, find what students desire and work to enact meaningful change on Marquette’s campus through resolutions to directly help campus or recommendations to administration. These representatives will strive every day to deliver on issues that matter to students.
Open positions include:
- Student Body President & EVP–Elected together as a ticket and called to serve the Marquette undergraduate community and care for the mind, body, and soul of every Marquette student.
- MUSG Academic Senators–MUSG senators work with and on behalf of students. Senators write real legislation to be passed on to administrators, meet with faculty and university officials to discuss concerns, ect.
- RHA President/EVP– Elected RHA representatives serve as liaisons between their respective halls or apartments and the Association by addressing the needs of the residents through programming, initiating change, and building community among the residence halls.
- Community Programming Council–This team works together to plan the social, educational, and service events that meet the unique needs of each community.
Full descriptions of open positions, election packets and more information can be found online.
Each opening is an elected position in the 2018 Spring Elections that will take place on Tuesday, March 27. If you are interested in running, please submit the election packets by Wednesday, March 7.
For questions regarding elections, contact Samantha Conner, MUSG elections coordinator.