Apply today to be a part of the Undergraduate Senate!
Positions are available for those seeking to be Senators and part of the Speaker's Office. See both applications at the bottom of this page.
- Senator for the Class of 2020 (4 seats)
- Senator for the Class of 2019 (4 seats)
- Executive Clerk
- The Executive Clerk will work alongside the Speaker to organize and maintain all the documents of the Undergraduate Senate. The Clerk is responsible for taking meeting minutes during Senate meetings, organizing committee records, maintaining voting records, and keeping the office organized and clean. Other responsibilities may be given depending on what occurs during the session. Must be available for weekly Sunday afternoon meetings. Time commitment will range from 2-5 hours per week.
- The Senate Historian will work alongside the Speaker to ensure that all documents of the Undergraduate Senate are present in the official binder. The Historian will also be tasked with creating a means of digitizing all previous documents to maintain an online database. They will work with the Communications Director to find a way to publish all these documents. Other responsibilities may be given depending on what occurs during the session. Time commitment will range from 1-3 hours per week.
- Communications Director
- The Communications Director will work alongside the Speaker to increase and promote transparency of the Undergraduate Senate. The Communications Director will be responsible for posting the meeting agenda on the official Facebook page along with running the official twitter account. The Communications Director will also be tasked with working with the Secretary's cabinet to maintain and update the Senate's portion of the AUSG website. They will also be given projects to work on including creating an Instagram account, finding ways to update the student body, and also working with the Clerk and Historian to operate the AUSG legislation tracker. Time Commitment will range from 2-5 hours per week.
- Legislative & Advocacy Director
- The Legislative & Advocacy Director will work alongside the Speaker to increase the efficiency of the Undergraduate Senate's advocacy. The Legislative & Advocacy Director will be responsible for supporting the Speaker's and Senator's advocacy goals by connecting Senators to university officials, creating progress reports, and helping ensure the Undergraduate Senate is working towards its goals laid out in the Legislative Agenda. Time commitment will range from 2-5 hours per week.
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