Here you can find all currently available positions in the Student Government. Positions are broken up by Branch and/or Cabinet. Once you find a position you would like to apply for, click the Apply Now link at the bottom of the page and fill out the form.
Working Group Member| Share ideas, information, and research so that the work Student Government does is a direct representation of what real students want and need. The available working groups are Diversity and Inclusion, Financial Aid Services, Mental Health, Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention, and Student Workers. To apply, please complete the attached document instead of the general one on the site. *Click to download the working group application
Director of Events| The Director of Events is in charge of planning various Student Government programming activities, such as Final Perk and other study breaks. The Director of Events is a position that requires creativity to plan events that engage the AU community as a whole. This position entails working closely with the Vice President, the Associate Vice President, and university administrators. The Director of Events reports directly to the Associate Vice President.
Class and School Councils| Currently hiring to fulfill open presidential seats on the Class and School Councils. Each council represents their class/school in Student Government, bringing them programming and service opportunities. Please indicate on your application which president position you are applying for. You must be a member of the class or a member of the school for which you are applying for.
SOC School Council President
SOC School Council Vice President
SOC School Council Treasurer
SOC School Council Secretary
CAS School Council President
CAS School Council Vice President
CAS School Council Treasurer
CAS School Council Secretary
SPA School Council Secretary
Class of 2016 Council Vice President
Class of 2016 Council Treasurer
Class of 2016 Council Secretary
Class of 2017 Council Treasurer
Class of 2018 Council Secretary
Currently all positions have been filled.
Deputy Director of Design| The Deputy Director of Design will work closely with the Director of Design and Secretary to design posters and graphics for various SG departments and events. Applicants must have previous design experience, strong communication skills, and basic knowledge or willingness to learn Adobe Software (Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign). Graphic Design Majors are strongly encouraged to apply. In addition to a resume, please send a small portfolio (5-10 designs) to email@example.com.
- Note: Senatorial elections are held in the fall of the academic year. There are a number of vacancies and they will be posted as they become available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional questions.
Joint Committee on Elections Policy (Member)| Members of this Committee will create and review Student Government Elections Policies. The committee shall be comprised of three members appointed by the President, and two members appointed by the Speaker of the Undergraduate Senate. The term shall be one year beginning upon confirmation from the Undergraduate Senate, and will consist of a minimum of two election cycles.
The Undergraduate Senate represents the student body. The Senate considers bills and resolutions that advocate on behalf of students, affect Student Government policy, and provide oversight of the SG Executive and Judicial branches. Each Senator is expected to hold office hours and attend all meetings of the Undergraduate Senate.
Class Eligibility: 0-29 credit hours: Senator for the Class of 2017 30-59 credit hours: Senator for the Class of 2016 60-89 credit hours: Senator for the Class of 2015 90 credit hours: Senator for the Class of 2014
Senator Class of 2015| 3 seats available
Senator Class of 2016| 2 seats available
Senator Class of 2017| 1 seat available
Senator At Large| 1 seat available
Associate Judicial Board Member | 3 positions availableThe Judicial Board serves as the final authority on the governing documents of the Student Government. Associate Members are expected to contribute to the writing and formulation of opinions, orders, injections, rectifying policies, and other documents. Other responsibilities may be assigned based on the personal interests of the Associate member. Prospective Associate Members should demonstrate an interest in the law, legal theory, and related reading, writing, and research.