Your voice matters. Vote for your SGA representatives and UMass Amherst ballot measures via Campus Pulse below.
Sep. 8 - Sep. 11
From September 8 to September 11, obtain at least 50 signatures from your graduating class to have your name appear on the ballot using the nomination form. Physical copies can be obtained in the SGA office in Bartlett 319.
Attend a Candidate's Meeting in the Old Chapel on September 11 at 7 p.m. to over the rules of campaigning to be considered as a candidate. If you are unable to attend, please email: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Sep. 13 - Sep. 18
Campaigning begins on September 13 and continues through until the end of voting. From September 16-18, your graduating class will be able to vote on Campus Pulse.
Two ballot measures will be open for undergraduate voting:
Many institutions are starting to make student IDs available on smart devices in an effort to reduce plastic waste and costs associated with replacement.
Question 1 seeks to make your UCard available on compatible devices (such as an iPhone or Apple Watch) with access to residence halls, meal swipes, and more. Vote yes to implement it at UMass.
Five Campuses, Five Votes
The UMass Board of Trustees is the governing body for the entire five-campus UMass system, overseeing matters such as tuition and fees. Seventeen members are appointed by the governor, and five are elected by the student bodies of each campus. However, voting rights are alternated between two of the five student members despite the various, unique needs of each campus. Join our Student Trustee in voting yes to make your voice heard for full student representation on the board.