The Student Senate of the Associated Students of Lewis & Clark (ASLC) is an institution designed to represent you and your classmates’ needs and interests here at Lewis & Clark. Six studentelected Senators represent each class. These Senators’ job include discussing and writing legislation with fellow student leaders and working in tandem with the ASLC Cabinet to promote the interests of the student body. Senators are required to attend one Senate meeting per week and expected to serve ASLC by being a member of at least one of ASLC’s standing or ad hoc committees.
You are qualified to be a Senator if:
- You can work with your fellow class Senators to learn what your class wants to
- have done differently.
- You can actively listen to your classmates and vote to represent their interests in Student Senate.
- You are in good academic standing.
- You obtain twenty-five (25) student signatures.
- You are available to attend every Student Senate Meeting (Thursdays at 7pm).
More information about ASLC and Student Senate can be found on the ASLC website at: aslclark.org
If you are interested in running for Student Senate to represent your class, please return this application the ASLC Director of Elections, scanned by email with signatures to email@example.com, or under the ASLC Office door in the Templeton Campus Center room 238by5:00pm FridaySeptember 11, 2015. A ballot will be sent to the Student Body on September 16 and all candidates are expected to participate in a debate that evening. The winning candidates will be announced Thursday September 24 and must attend the first Senate meeting that evening at 7:00pm.
If you have any questions about the election process, please contact the ASLC Director of Elections, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the Fall 2016 Senate Election, please contact the Director of Elections, Noah Callaghan at email@example.com
If Elections Aren’t Your Thing, Join Anyway!
If campaigning is not your thing, there are a number of other ways to have in say in the operations of the school. We are currently looking for students to fill a number of positions. Each application contains a job description of assignments and duties.