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Fall 2016 Student Assembly Election
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Results from the election are available here.
The following positions will be elected during this election:
- Four Freshmen Representatives
- One Transfer Representative
- One College of Arts and Sciences Representative
- One College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Representative
- One School of Hotel Administration Representative
- One Undesignated Representative at Large
- One First Generation Liaison at Large
- One Undergraduate Representative to the University Assembly
The election registration deadline is September 16, 2016 at 12:00pm (noon). Voting will begin on September 26, 2016 at 12:01am and end on September 27, 2016 at 12:00pm (noon).
For more information about becoming a candidate in this election, please see the Student Assembly Fall 2016 Election Guide.
At the start of voting, all eligible voters will receive an email with instructions. If you require any accommodation for voting, please contact the Office of the Assemblies as soon as possible. We can be reached by phone at 607–255–3715 or by email at email@example.com.
Profiles for all candidates are now available on the Fall 2016 Student Assembly Candidates page.
Election results will be posted here once they are available.
All information about becoming a candidate in this election can be found in the Student Assembly Fall 2016 Election Guide.
If you have any questions about registering for the election, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Student Assembly Fall 2016 Election Guide
- Fall 2016 SA Election Rules
- Fall 2016 SA Election Calendar
- Fall 2016 SA Petition Form
- Fall 2016 SA Challenge Form
- Fall 2016 SA Expense Report
- Example Promotional Quarter Card
- Example Promotional Poster
Student Assembly Referendum 30 has received enough signatures to be included on the ballot. All students will have a simple yes/no question for the referendum:
Should pads and tampons be available free of charge to students in all bathrooms on campus?
The Student Assembly conducted a seven-day statement period, in which all members of the Cornell community were able to submit a “pro” or “con” statement.