Spring 2020 Student Leader Elections

student leader elections voting

Vote now for positions for 2020-21...

  • Board of Trustees Student Representatives
  • Campus Activities Board (CAB)
  • Class Councils
  • Honor Board
  • Student Government Association (SGA)

Questions? Please contact studentengagement@ndm.edu

Election Nomination Petition & Reference Form--Complete by February 28th

Nomination Petition

Required Elected Student Leader Reference Form 
Interested student are required to have one professional reference complete the above form. Must be emailed to studentengagement@ndm.edu or can be dropped off in a sealed envelope to the Office of Student Engagement & Community Programs to MBK 220 or via campus mail by February 28th

Election Timeline

  • February 7-March 1: Petitions open to all students
  • March 2-5: Election Nomination Petition Review and Determination of Eligibility & Notification
  • March 11-April 15: Election Campaigning Period
  • April 6-15: Voting Period
  • April 15-16: Review of Election Results & Notification to Newly Elect (pending acceptance of elected positions)
  • April 17: Election Results Announced

2020-21 Student Leader Election Information Packet (PDF)

Available Positions

Board of Trustees - Student Representatives

Board of Trustees Student Representatives considers and makes recommendations to the Board of Trustees regarding all matters of the student experience as it pertains to the focus areas of each of the committees noted below.

Academic Affairs & Student Life Committee

Enrollment Management Committe

Finance Committe

Institutional Advancement Committe

Plant Committee Student Representative

For additional information regarding these positions, please refer to the Student Leader Information Packet
Campus Activities Board (CAB)

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is a student-run organization that strives to enhance the NDMU student experience through quality entertainment, creative programming, and community involvement. Our goal is to strengthen the missions of the Office of Student Engagement & Community Programs, Division of Student Life and NDMU by providing a variety of social, recreational, cultural, and educational programs.

President

Vice President

Financial Coordinator

Secretary

Public Relations Coordinator

For additional information regarding these positions, please refer to the Student Leader Information Packet

Class Council 2021

Class Council Boards serve the student body with the purpose of fostering school spirit and involvement while improving student success and the quality of life for the undergraduate students of NDMU. The Class Council Boards serve as the overarching link between the students and their designated graduation year and create tradition for their class. 

President

Vice President

Treasurer

Secretary

For additional information regarding these positions, please refer to the Student Leader Information Packet

Class Council 2022

Class Council Boards serve the student body with the purpose of fostering school spirit and involvement while improving student success and the quality of life for the undergraduate students of NDMU. The Class Council Boards serve as the overarching link between the students and their designated graduation year and create tradition for their class. 

President

Vice President

Treasurer

Secretary

For additional information regarding these positions, please refer to the Student Leader Information Packet

Class Council 2023

Class Council Boards serve the student body with the purpose of fostering school spirit and involvement while improving student success and the quality of life for the undergraduate students of NDMU. The Class Council Boards serve as the overarching link between the students and their designated graduation year and create tradition for their class. 

President

Vice President

Treasurer

Secretary

For additional information regarding these positions, please refer to the Student Leader Information Packet

Honor Board

Educates the community about the Honor Pledge and attends hearings at which alleged violations of academic and behavioral standards of conduct are reviewed.

Chair

Vice Chair

Secretary

For additional information regarding these positions, please refer to the Student Leader Information Packet

Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) Student Advisory Council

The Student Advisory Council advises the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) on the concerns, perspectives, and experiences of students attending Maryland institutions. The nominated student should be an individual who has an awareness of and an interest in student and campus affairs. The student should also be able to contribute to discussions and offer recommendations on matters of statewide importance that affect their constituents.  The nominated student must be available to serve the full academic term and attend monthly Council meetings throughout the year, typically held on Saturdays at different campuses throughout the State. 

MHEC is the State of Maryland's higher education coordinating board responsible for establishing statewide policies for Maryland public and private colleges and universities and for-profit career schools. MHEC also administers state financial aid programs that affect students on a statewide basis. Additional information is available at https://mhec.maryland.gov/Pages/sac/sac.aspx

Nominations for this position will be reviewed by Notre Dame of Maryland University administration and appointed as representative for the university. Additional information will be provided to the nominee at time of notification regarding next steps in the appointment process.

For additional information regarding these positions, please refer to the Student Leader Information Packet

Student Government Association (SGA)

The Student Government Association (SGA) serves as the unified voice of the undergraduate student body to encourage and facilitate campus wide communication and student engagement. In recognition of its responsibility to the students at Notre Dame of Maryland University, SGA strives to improve the quality of the student experience with a holistic approach regarding all aspects of student needs, addressing student concerns, and providing fiscal support to student organizations for programming and encouraging leadership development beyond the classroom.

President

Vice President

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Justice

Director of Public Relations & Marketing

For additional information regarding these positions, please refer to the Student Leader Information Packet