AUSG Statement on University Update Re: May 2017 Hate Crime

This morning, American University President Sylvia Burwell announced that after a yearlong investigation into the May 1, 2017 hate crime by the FBI, US Attorney for the District of Columbia, and AUPD, there has not been a suspect identified. While we are disappointed, we are not discouraged.

AUSG on the Passing of Kenneth Clarke

AUSG sent the following email to students after the campus community learned on Friday morning of the death of AU first-year student Kenneth Clarke.

Installation of Student Rights Cards Officially Underway

On Monday, April 2, the American University Student Government's CASE announced that its signature policy achievement of the 2017-18 academic year, the Student Rights Cards, are being installed across campus.

AUSG Statement on DACA Deadline

The AUSG Executive Board released this statement on March 5, 2018, as the deadline imposed by the executive branch for DACA expires. AUSG stands by undocumented students, and urges Congress to protect Dreamers.

AUSG Spring 2018 Election Timeline

AUSG will hold its regular election cycle for executive and class/school council positions, as well as referenda. Information sessions begin this week; election results will be announced on April 6, 2018.

AUSG 2018 Special Election Timeline

The American University Student Government will hold a special election in February 2018 to fill the vacancy of AUSG President.

13th Undergraduate Senate Legislative Agenda

On Monday, February 5, Speaker Trevor Pugh released the legislative agenda for the spring 2018 semester of the 13th Undergraduate Senate.

SG Executive Board Statement on Taylor Dumpson's Resignation

The Student Government executive board issued the following statement at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, January 26, 2018 following SG President Taylor Dumpson's resignation.

Statement by SG President Taylor Dumpson

SG President Taylor Dumpson released the following statement to the American University community on Friday, January 26, 2018.

AUSG Statement on Racist, Misogynist and Anti-Immigration Posters Found on Campus Monday

AUSG issued the following statement after racist, misogynist and anti-immigration posters were found on campus on Monday, January 22, 2018.