USASA Board Elections

Keep an eye out for 2023 candidate sign up dates - these are typically decided mid-year, you could be a part of the 2024 USASA Board!


 

Timeline Summary:

 
Publication of Election Notice Monday 21 February 9am (ACDT)
Nominations Open Monday 28 February 9am (ACDT)
Election information Session (Via Zoom) Wednesday 2 March 6pm (ACDT)
Nominations Close Friday 11 March 4pm (ACDT)
Candidate Briefing Option 1 Tuesday 15 March 6pm (ACDT)
Candidate Briefing Option 2 Wednesday 16 March 6pm (ACDT)
Voting Opens Monday 4 April 9am (ACST)
Voting Closes Friday 8 April 4pm (ACST)
Provisional Result Announced Friday 8 April 5pm (ACST)
Result becomes Final No sooner than Tuesday 19 April 5pm (ACST)

NUS Delegate Election

USASA is currently affiliated with the National Union of Students. This entitles a delegation of 7 annually elected students to attend the NUS National Conference with rights to vote on content at the conference. The conference typically deals with the policy platform and strategic direction of the NUS, and elects the officebearer team and national executive for the subsequent year.

The next one will be held in December 2022 and USASA will accept nominations for these positions in line with USASA Board election timeline. Please note that you must attend the conference or proxy your votes to someone else attending the conference for your delegate votes to be counted.

You do not need to run for the USASA Board to nominate as an NUS Delegate, and you do not need to run as an NUS Delegate to nominate on the USASA Board. Although you may notice some cross-over with the candidates, these are separate elections held concurrently. USASA Election Regulations and rules for campaigning will apply to the NUS Delegate Election.

For more information about the National Union of Students, please visit their website

Rules relating to Elections

Election Regulations
USASA Constitution

Position Descriptions

USASA Student Representative

USASA Student President


 




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