Student Elections Are Coming - Become a Candidate!
During the week of April 11, 2016, elections will be held for the 2016-2017 academic year. Get involved! Find out how you can be elected to the Undergraduate Student Government. Become a Student Government Representative or a member of an important College-wide Committee.
Join an existing slate, run as an independent, or form your own slate of candidates.
- Undergraduate Student Government: The official organization which represents students, chartered clubs, allocates funds, and provides social, cultural and political programs. (Available positions: Eight Executive Officers and 14 Senators)
- College Association: This organization reviews and approves all student activity fee supported budgets. (Four undergraduate positions available)
- Auxiliary Enterprise Corporation: This organization reviews and approves all contracts for auxiliary enterprises on campus such as the bookstore and cafeteria. Additionally, this organization allocates funds for various campus activities based on available revenue from auxiliary enterprises. (Three undergraduate positions available)
- Faculty-Student Disciplinary Committee: This committee hears testimony and renders decisions regarding allegations, which if proved, may subject a student to disciplinary action. (Six undergraduate positions available)
Prospective Candidate Workshops
For those students who are considering running for any of the positions, we have scheduled workshops so that you may learn more about the rules governing the elections, eligibility, and how to organize a campaign, etc.
Please attend one of these sessions, located in Room C001 North:
In an effort to increase student participation, campaign funds are available (see the election packet for details). All candidates must pick up an elections packet which is now available in Room C001 North. Please note, to be eligible to seek office, all declaration forms, which are found in the elections packet, must be submitted by 5:00 pm on Thursday, March 24, 2016.
(Election packets for graduate student elections are available through the Graduate Advisors.)
If you have any questions, please contact Teneia Wooten, Director of Student Activities, in Room C001 North Building, or call 212-772-4908.
In an effort to increase student participation, the undergraduate elections will once again be via the web only. All students must access their hunter student email account to vote. If you have not set up your account, go to the ICIT Student Help Desk in Room 109 North and ask for help.
Hunter College Bookstore Announces "Price Match!"
The bookstore will match the price of the title you need against Amazon, Chegg, Barnes & Noble, and Shakespeare & Co. Take advantage of this opportunity to prepare for your Spring 2016 classes.
For more information, call 212.650.3970, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the bookstore online at www.huntercollegeshop.com.
Free Flu Vaccines for Students, While Supplies Last
Hunter College is once again partnering with local Duane Reade pharmacies to provide seasonal flu vaccines for students on a first come, first serve basis, while supplies last. (There is a discounted price of of $25.99 for faculty and staff with a valid Hunter OneCard. Duane Reade will accept most medical insurance for the vaccine.)
- 1124 3rd Ave (btw 65th and 66th Street); closest to our 68th Street main campus
- 773 Lexington Ave (btw 60th and 61st)
- 465 2nd Ave (26th street); for Brookdale Campus community
- 2108 3rd Ave (116th Street) for School of Social Work and Public Health students at our new East Harlem Campus
While Supplies Last
Remember, you must bring your valid Hunter ID.