Annual budgeting is available to all Chartered organizations. Each spring, the Economic Affairs Committee (EAC) reviews all student organization budgets in the spring. At that time, organizations can submit a budget proposal, which consists of two documents, to the Chair for review. Below you will find information on the budgeting process and any documents you'll need to submit.
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. Application window is April 4th - April 10th. BER Chair is appointed by the Board of Elected Representatives each Spring.
Apply for the Executive Board! Follow the link HERE for more information on open positions!
open positions for '23-24
Appointed by Co-Presidents
Economic Affairs Committee Chair
Political Affairs Committee Chair
Public Relations Committee Chair
Student Organizations Committee Chair
Board of Elected Representatives*
*elected by the Board of Elected Representatives in the Spring of '23
Find the Rep Packet below
The Following to be elected or Appointed in Fall 2023:
Sophomore Rep (2)
Junior Rep (1)
Apartments Rep (1)
Disability Initiatives Steering Committee (DISC) Rep (1)
Advocacy Rep (1)
At-Large Rep (2)
Residence Hall Association (RHA) Rep (1)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions!
become a represenative
Passionate about change, advocacy, and leadership? Join HUSC!
The student congress hosts both a Fall and Spring election run by the Political Affairs Committee (PAC) Chair. Students can represent their class/year, their hall, or a speciality such as commuter students, diversity and inclusion, and more. Representatives work together to identify and tackle the issues the our campus face. As a representative, you'll serve on the Board of Elected Representatives to create real change on campus and on a committee of your choice. Each committee serves different purposes ranging from public relations to economic affairs. Each representative is expected to attend our General Assemblies where we host speakers from around campus as well as the Twin Cities.
Fall Elections (open to all undergraduate students):
Class Representatives, Hall Representatives, Speciality Representatives
Spring Elections: (open to all undergraduate students):
Sophomore, Junior, Senior Reps, Student Body External President & Internal President
For more information on election rules, email PAC Chair at email@example.com