UWB Student Government Elections
Student Government representatives work to enhance the student experience by supporting and/or drafting policy that promotes student interests, needs, and welfare. Additionally, they serve as a liaison between the students and faculty, staff, alumni, and administration.
Criteria for Candidacy
- Candidates must be enrolled in at least seven units of academic credit at the University of Washington Bothell at the time of election and maintain this unit requirement throughout his or her term of office (fall-Spring quarter).
- Candidates must be in good academic and behavioral standing with the University of Washington, Bothell (that is, not be on academic probation for low scholarship as defined in the most recent edition of the UWB General Catalog, or not having receive a disciplinary sanction greater than a warning imposed for violation(s) of the University of Washington Conduct Code at the time of election and maintain this standard throughout his or her term of office.
- Must be available to begin work and training no fewer than five weekdays prior to the first day of the start of term on July 1, and participate in additional skill-building workshops for noncredit the first Friday of both the Winter and Spring quarters.
- All Executive Council and Senate members must be available to attend regular meetings throughout the autumn, winter, and spring quarters.
- Failure to comply with any of the above is grounds for removal from office.