Are you an effective leader? Do you want to make a true difference in your campus community? Does the idea of representing your peers excite you? If you answered “yes” to these questions then you should consider running for a position with Algoma University Students’ Union (AUSU). Through AUSU’s annual General Election all students at Algoma University have the opportunity to run for seats on AUSU.
The AUSU Board is Algoma University’s student government and is authorized to make bylaws and policy regarding membership, elections, governance structure, meetings, membership fees, the management and operations of services and assets, appointment to committees and any other matters that students care about.
By-Election TBA October 2021
Main Election TBA February 2022
AUSU is currently made up of a total of fourteen (16) AUSU Board Members:
Elected officials serve for a period of one academic year (May 1 – April 30). Appointments take place after the General Election and go until April 30.
The AUSU General Election occurs every academic year in February. If required, a By-Election is held in September-October to fill any vacant positions. Before the end of Fall Semester (or in September for the By-Election), AUSU will post a notification asking for nominees interested in running for an elected position with the Students’ Union. This nomination procedure includes a detailed nomination package that can be accessed online or by visiting the AUSU office (NW 103, in the basement below The Speakeasy). Before deciding to run you should consult our AUSU Election Documents section as well as the Position Descriptions below.