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Student Government

Student government was first organized on campus in March 1915 and evolved into the Associated Student Body (ASB), a body that represented every student on campus, regardless of enrollment status. In 1998, ASB split into two houses, the Graduate and Professional Student Association (GAPSA) and the Undergraduate Student Government (USG.) Each house was granted an executive cabinet, eliminating the ASB Vice-President structure. The ASB President remains as the only student government official elected by the entire student body.

Elections Procedures and Timeline:

  • Associated Student Body (ASB): Individuals interested in running for ASB President must be in good academic and conduct standing with the university. ASB elections will be held from Monday, February 29-Tuesday, March 1, 2016. All students, regardless of part or full-time enrollment status, are eligible to vote in this election. After the ASB Elections Committee certifies the results, they will be e-mailed to the Hullabaloo for publication. Only the President of the organization is on the ballot.  
  • Graduate and Professional Students Association: Individuals interested in running for GAPSA's Executive Board must be in good academic and conduct standing with the university. GAPSA's Executive Board elections will be held at their general body meeting on Tuesday, March 15, 2016. Only students enrolled within a graduate or professional school are eligible to vote in this election. The President, Secretary, Executive Vice-President, Administrative Vice-President, Treasurer, and Downtown Vice-President comprise the Executive Board. All senators are sent from the school-based student governments per their individual procedures.  
  • Undergraduate Student Government (USG): Individuals interested in running for the USG Executive Board must be in good academic and conduct standing with the university. USG's Executive Board elections will be held form Monday, March 7-Tuesday, March 8, 2016. Only students enrolled within Newcomb-Tulane College are eligible to vote in this election. The President, Executive Vice-President, Vice-President of Academic Affairs, Vice-President of Student Life, Vice-President of Finance, and Vice-President of Student Organizations comprise the Executive Board. After the USG Awards and Elections Committee certifies the results, they will be e-mailed to the Hullabaloo. All senators are sent from their school-based student governments per their individual procedures.  

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Division of Student Affairs, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-314-2188 studnaff@tulane.edu