Student Body Elections
Interested in running for Purdue Student Government office – like Student Body President, Student Body Vice President, a Student Senator for your academic college? Now is the time to act!If you are interested in being a part of something great check out the forms below! ↓↓↓ Please follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram in order to get the most up to date information on how be get involved with the Student Body Election.
If you have any questions about elections, please contact Nilofer Rajpurkar, 2017 Elections Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for the Purdue Student Government
Want to be a part of the Purdue Student Government, but not interested in running for office? There are dozens of options just for you! Whether it be within the Executive Branch (known as the Board of Directors), the Legislative Branch (as a Senate Associate Member), or the Judicial Branch (as a Court Clerk), there are positions that work with all different types of students, faculty, and staff at Purdue University to help the student body as a whole.
The process for applicants varies year to year, but often includes a standard variation of the following: complete the application below, submit to the Purdue Student Government for review, receive offer for an interview with current PSG members within a week or two of deadline, interview with current members for approximately 10-20 minutes for applied position(s), receive notification of application status within a week or two of interview.
Read the application below for specific information on the positions available for application – including descriptions of Board of Directors committees/positions, descriptions of Senate Associate Member positions, and descriptions of Court Clerk positions. For more information on position duties and responsibilities, continue looking through our website or visit the Purdue Student Government office in KRCH 270 to speak with a current member