Student government elections are held early spring semester each year to select the best leaders for the Utah State University Eastern student body.
Three-elected positions are available for students to run for each year.
First is the student body president, who meets regularly with campus administration. The president also leads the campaign of choice to strengthen the student body, as well as serving as USU Eastern’s representative at the Utah State Association meetings. In addition, the person oversee marketing, publicity and community connections.
The vice president of activities leads the planning and execution of all campus events from student government and helps set the activity calendar. The VP also trains event coordinators on event planning and oversees athletic and intramural programs.
Finally, the executive vice president works as an academic liaison between students and faculty. They also oversee the student advocate leadership programs, clubs registration and activity processes as well as diversity programs.
These positions do receive scholarships and monthly stipends.
If you are interested in these positions, or know someone interested, applications are available in the student government office in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center, room 207. Applications are due Monday, Feb. 5, at 5 p.m. For more information contact [email protected].