Interested in getting involved with USG? You can run for office, work with a task force, or apply to a committee. If you just want to share an idea or concern or get to know your representatives, reach out to us at usg@princeton.edu! 

Here are some ways to connect with USG:

FALL ELECTIONS

The Senate is a policy advocacy body that seeks to promote the student voice to Princeton administrators. It holds elections in the fall for its President, Vice President, Academics Chair, University Student Life Chair, Campus and Community Affairs Chair, and Social Chair as well as Class Senators, two per class year. 

SPRING ELECTIONS

It holds elections in the spring for 10 U-Councilors which represent students at large. 

In order to run for a position you must attend a mandatory campaign information session and register for elections online, and complete a 50-student petition. For President and Vice President you must complete a 100-student petition. 

More information on elections will come out to the student body via email. In the meantime, please address election-related questions to USG Vice President Nate Lambert.

RUN FOR SENATE 


The Class Governments organize class-wide events and address issues specific to their respective classes and are comprised of one Class President, Class Vice President, Class Treasurer, Class Secretary, and Class Social Chair per each class. The USG holds elections for sophomore, junior, and senior Class Governments in the spring and first year class governments in the fall

In order to run for any position you must attend a mandatory campaign information session, register for elections online, and complete a 100-student petition.

For more information on Class Government, please contact Senior Class President Brandon McGhee, Junior President Christopher Umanzor, or Sophomore Vice President Jackson Caputo.

RUN FOR CLASS GOVERNMENT 


  1. Relationship Between the University and the Eating Clubs
  2. Sexual Misconduct
  3. Honor Systems Review Committee 
  4. Iconography 
  5. Committee on Discipline 

APPLY TO A STUDENT-FACULTY TASK FORCE 



  1. Communications Committee
  2. Student Groups Committee
  3. Projects Board
  4. Alumni Affairs Committee
  5. Mental Health Initiative Board 
  6. Movies Committee
  7. Diversity and Equity Committee
  8. IT Committee
  9. Princeton Perspective Project

APPLY TO A STANDING COMMITTEE


Check out this semester's projects and goals

 

PLUG INTO A PROJECT TEAM


All students are welcome to share their thoughts on how to improve Princeton and its resources. If you would like to share a general concern, project idea, or interest in grabbing a meal with your representatives. You are also welcome to contact us about questions regarding any ongoing projects or initiatives.

EMAIL
usg@princeton.edu

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