join the executive board
8 PAID Positions for 2022-23:
PAC Chair, EAC Chair, PRC Chair, SOC Chair, Secretary, Treasurer and Technology Coordinator
After Spring Elections, the External and Internal Presidents elect will appoint individuals to serve on the Executive Board. The applications process is determined by the incoming Presidents. Executive board members have a unique opportunity to serve as a student leader and work directly with both students and the administration.
Applicants will be interviewed and selected in April of '22. The application is now closed. BER Chair is appointed by the Board of Elected Representatives each Spring.
Apply for the Executive Board! Click HERE for more information on these positions!
WHat we Do
Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress (HUSC) is the student government of Hamline University. HUSC works with faculty, staff, and administration to make sure students’ voices are heard. Another part of HUSC’s job is the management and distribution of funds to the many student organizations on campus. Every undergraduate student is a member of HUSC – they can attend General Assembly meetings (every Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in West Hall 204, the Center for Justice & Law) to share their opinions and vote on resolutions being discussed. Aside from general members, there are approximately 30 elected and appointed positions within HUSC including an executive board, representatives from each class, and residence hall representatives.
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taking the lead together
As representatives of the undergraduate student body, HUSC acts as the voice of the students. Representatives work collaboratively on resolutions to improve campus life. As a student organization, we first and foremost create change for our student community.
services and support
HUSC operates on the basis of servant leadership. Our goal is to advocate for and serve the undergraduate student body in whatever ways we can. We offer a variety of services and opportunities through our office including:
HUSC offers several different funding opportunities for both chartered and non-chartered organizations, as well as individuals, on our campus
We are here to support YOU. Each year, HUSC Scholarships are available to all qualifying undergraduate students, applications open in spring
We work in collaboration with several
different offices on campus to provide programs and resources that serve you
HUSC is happy to support any advertising our marketing needs your organization might have. Just contact the Public Relations Chair!
Our student congress ensures that your voice is heard. Representatives work on ensuring that students have a say in University decisions
Chartered student organizations through HUSC receive annual budgeting and other opportunities. Reach out to the Student Organizations Chair!
commitment to community
HUSC is committed to creating connections and opportunities with our Midway community. We have previously partnered with organizations and members of the Twin Cities to build a service and community based organization
Taking the lead in all the ways we can, for as long as we can
HUSC is built upon the ideas of servant leadership. We serve our community in all the ways we can and act as the voice of the undergraduate student body. But it's not just us! Whether or not you are a representative, you can help us take initiatives within our community.
Have an idea or want to collaborate with a rep? Fill out the form below!
accessibility and transparency
Our campus must be accessible to all students. We are committed to ensuring that our resources, classes, and administration create equitable polices for all Pipers
We are committed to advocating for proper safety measures and plans that align with our students best interests. See our COVID-19 page for preparedness info
divestments from predatory contracts
HUSC supports and encourages working with our local community and businesses. Check out our partnerships with your favorite Midway restaurants!
At HUSC, we believe that our faculty, administration, and policies should consciously reflect the diversity of our student body.