Interested in running for B.U Council Representative?
The BU Council is made up of 10 unpaid members, nine are appointed by the governor of New
York, and the 10th, a student, is elected by his or her peers.
Send a letter of intent with your name, any undergraduate or graduate student intending to run
for a position must submit a Letter of Intent to the Elections Committee no later than April 26,
2013. Letters of Intent must be sent to Elections@binghamtonsa.org.
I would like to officially submit my intent to be next year’s (insert position).
(Your Full Name)
After submitting a letter of intent, candidates will receive a form they MUST complete and
submit to the elections committee no later than April 26, 2013 if they wish to be included on the
Contact for more information: email@example.com
The Judicial Board (J-Board) composes the Judicial Branch of the Student Association. With the new constitution, Judicial Board has greatly expanded powers and authorities. In addition to hearing all grievances, the J-Board will meet regularly to review legislation passed by the Student Assembly (renamed the Student Congress). The Board has the power to reject Congress legislation on constitutional grounds, and will act as a powerful partner in the SA’s government.
Applications for are due April 12, and are available in the SA Office, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or by printing a copy of this PDF: Judicial Board Application
Applications are now available for Executive Board positions on the new Binghamton Class Council. The four current class councils have been combined into a single organization, providing programming and fundraisers for all classes.
If you are interested in an E-Board position, please fill out the application by April 12, and submit it to email@example.com or in person to the SA Office Receptionist.
Applications can be found by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, picking a copy up in the SA Office, or by printing a copy of this PDF: Binghamton Class Council Application – 2013-2014
SA E-Board Elections are TODAY! Check your b-mail inbox for your ballot. If you can’t find a ballot (check your spam filter) then you can vote in person at the SA Office.
The candidates for President are Rahul Aitch and Eric Larson
-The candidates for Executive Vice President (EVP) are Samson Widerman and Jacob Dorfman
-The candidate for Vice President for Finance (VPF) is Ravi Prakriya
-The candidates for Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA) are Derrick Conyers and Stephan Fathalla
-The candidates for Vice President for Programming (VPP) are Mark Ochweri, Serge Joseph, and Mariana Moriello
-The candidates for Vice President for Multicultural Affairs (VPMA) are Isis McIntosh and Benjamin Sheridan
-Three questions will appear on the ballot regarding the proposed SA Constitution, a change to the title of the VPMA, and an activity fee proposal.
The proposed amendments to the SA Constitution have been passed by the Student Assembly. Voting will take place March 20th.
Click here to see the proposed Constitution.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please email email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you!