There is still time for students to apply to All Campus Elections Commission. The five commissioners are responsible for formulating, disseminating, and interpreting the All Campus Elections Rules, as well as providing candidates opportunities to disseminate their viewpoints, and increasing student awareness of the All Campus Elections. Between November 2015 and May 2016, students will earn a minimum stipend of $570 dollars for at least 60 hours of work and all students are eligible to apply. Final stipend totals are contingent upon completion of projects and additional contributions. Meeting times for the commission will stay flexible and can be coordinated around most previous commitments of commissioners (i.e. class, work, volunteering, etc.).
This student organization allows for individual growth and development in various skill sets, and includes a wonderful experience to add to your resume. Students will have the opportunity to take ownership of their vision and innovate their own projects as part of the All Campus Elections! The five roles and titles within the commission (2 Co-Chairs and 3 general Commissioners) will be determined based on interest in the opportunities listed below.
Opportunities for students include:
  • Team Management
  • Event Planning and Implementation
  • Financial Planning and organization
  • Rules and By-laws interpretation
  • Public Relations
  • Marketing and/or design
  • Web development
  • Communications
  • Campus and Student Engagement
  • Project Management
  • Leadership Development
Applications are due at 11:59 pm on Monday, November 2. For more information about the elections, please visit the All Campus Elections Commission website ( or email the ACEC advisor, Syressa Lewis (