AUSU Update!

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– Feb 11: AUSU Council Meeting
– Feb 17: Deadline for AUSU Election Nominations
– Feb 22: AUSU Election Campaign Period begins
– Feb 29: Deadline for exams for Jan 31 course end dates
– Mar 10: Deadline to register in a courses starting Apr 1
– Mar 11: AUSU General Election Polls open
– Mar 14: AUSU General Election Polls close

Call for Nominations Open!

Looking for more ways to get involved? If you are interested in helping to shape your AU experience, consider becoming an AUSU councillor!

Nominations are being accepted from now until February 17.

All nine council seats are open for nominations. AUSU councillors serve for a two-year term.

For information on the eligibility requirements or to submit a nomination, download the Nomination Package here.

All candidates must adhere to the principles in the Election Policy 3.01 and the Nomination Package.

AUSU 2016 Elections Timeline

Nominations Feb 10 – 17
Candidates Announced Feb 22
Campaign Period Feb 22 ? Mar 14
Election Date Mar 11 ? 14
Meeting to Announce Results Mar 16, 4:30pm MST
Appeals Period Mar 16 – 22
Executive Election Mar 31, 4:30pm MST
Annual General Meeting Apr 7, 4:30pm MST
Council Changeover Apr 14, 4:30pm MST

Campaigning & Election Forum

Candidates can campaign from February 22 to March 14, 2016. Be sure to read the campaign rules in the AUSU Election Policy 3.01.

Candidate biographies will be placed on our website here during the campaign period.

We will also be hosting an Election Forum, which all students are welcome to join. This is the perfect place to ask questions of the candidates and find out more about them! Please make note of the forum rules before posting.

Questions or Concerns

If you have any questions or concerns during the AUSU General Election, please contact the Chief Returning Officer (CRO), Jacqueline Keena at