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Associated Students' Government

Elections

Elections for Associated Students’ Government will be taking place during the Spring 2020 Semester. To be able to run for office, students must attend one of the interpretation meetings that will take place on March 2nd, 3rd, or 4th.

  • Monday, March 2nd – 11:30am – OSC 205 – Blue Spruce
  • Tuesday, March 3rd – 5:30pm – OSC 206 - Monarch
  • Wednesday, March 4th – 5:30pm – OSC 206 - Monarch

Offices that students are eligible to run:

  • (1) President
  • (1) Vice-President
  • (2) Senator of CHASS
  • (2) Senator of STEM
  • (2) Senator of CHEN
  • (2) Senator of HSB
  • (2) Senator-at-Large


The following are the requirements and job descriptions on these positions. Each position is awarded a monthly stipend for their service.
All descriptions are adopted from the Associated Students’ Government Constitution and Policy Manual.

8.01 President

8.01.1 The President of the Associated Students’ Government shall be elected to serve an active term from May 1st of the calendar year in which he/she was elected until April 30th of the following year.

8.01.2 If a President completes a term and is not re-elected to an additional term, he/she may serve, and be compensated for, one month of inactive, advisory service from May 1st until May 31st in order to orient the incoming President and conduct the training of the new elected officers.

8.01.3 The President shall also serve as the Student Representative on the CSU System Board of Governors. This term shall begin the day after the annual May Board of Governors meeting and shall end at midnight the day of the annual May meeting of the following year.

8.01.4 The President shall conduct his or her duties as directed by the Senate. The President, unless excused , shall attend all meetings of the Senate to give status reports and seek approval and direction from the Senate.

8.02 ASG Vice President

8.02.1 The ASG Vice President of the Associated Students’ Government shall be elected to serve an active term from May 1st of the calendar year in which he/she was elected until April 30th of the following year.

8.02.2 If a ASG Vice President completes a term and is not re-elected to an additional term, he/she may serve, and be compensated for, one month of inactive, advisory service from May 1st until May 31st in order to orient the incoming Vice President and conduct the training of the new elected officers.

8.02.3 The ASG Vice President shall act in absence of the President on any urgent matter and shall become President if the office is vacated.

8.02.4 The ASG Vice President shall be the presiding officer over the senate.

8.02.5 The ASG Vice President shall appoint Senators to standing and non-permanent

Subcommittees of the senate this refers to internal committees.

8.02.6 The ASG Vice President shall enforce senate bylaws regarding the format of legislation

presented to senate. This is the the responsibility of the internal affairs committees.

8.02.7 The ASG Vice President shall be the presiding speaker of the Senate.

Qualifications

President and Vice President

  1. A candidate for ASG President and ASG Vice President must be a member of the Association in good standing, as defined by the Student Code of Conduct. He or she must also meet the following criteria:
  2. Maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA (on a 4.00 scale)
  3. Be enrolled in a minimum of twelve mandatory fee-paying credit hours on campus per semester from Colorado State University-Pueblo

iii. Have accumulated at least 60 credit hours, of which 12 must have been earned from CSU-Pueblo

1.01 The Senate

The Senate, as the governing board of the Associated Students’ Government (ASG), has the authority to direct all business of ASG, including the establishment of goals and initiatives. The Senate has the full authority to issue directives to the President regarding spending, executive staff, and the official ASG position on any issue.

Senate/Legislative Branch

A candidate for ASG Senator must be a member of the Association in good standing as defined in the Student Code of Conduct. He or she must also meet the following criteria:

  1. Maintain at least a 2.75 cumulative GPA (on a 4.00 scale)
  2. Be enrolled in a minimum of twelve mandatory fee-paying credit hours on campus per semester from Colorado State University-Pueblo.

 

 

 

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