why advocate?

Advocacy is about making change and creating solutions for the better. 

You don't need to be a president of an organization to be an advocate for change. At Hamline, all students can be change makers and we encourage all Pipers to get involved. If you're an undergraduate student, you're already a part of HUSC and can help us find solutions to our campus's biggest and smallest problems. 



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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. 


Ready to kickstart your campaign? Submit your application materials (found above) by: TBD 

Fall Elections (open to all undergraduate students): 

  • First Year Reps, Speciality Reps


Spring Elections: (open to all undergraduate students):

  • Sophomore, Junior, Senior Reps, Student Body President & Vice President


For more information on election rules, email Raina Meyer at huscpac@hamline.edu


open positions



First Year Representative (3)

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Sophomore Representative (3)

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Junior Representative (1)

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Senior Representative (1)

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Advocacy Representative (1)

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At Large Student Representative* (2)

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Commuter Student Representative (1)

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Disability Student Representative (1)

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Diversity Initiatives Steering Committee - DISC Representative (1)

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Military Student Representative (1)

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Multicultural Student Representative* (1)

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Residential Hall Association Representative* (1)

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Drew Hall Representative (1)

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Manor Hall Representative (1)

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The Heights Representative (1)

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Sorin Hall Representative (1)

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The Apartments Representative (1)

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join the executive board

After Spring Elections, the President and Vice President elect will appoint individuals to serve on the Executive Board. The applications process is determined by the incoming President and Vice President. Executive board members have a unique opportunity to serve as a student leader and work directly with both students and the administration.

At the moment, there are no open positions. Any available positions on the executive board will be listed HERE


Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress

Anderson Student Center

1536 Hewitt Ave

Saint Paul, MN 55104

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Todos los estudiantes pueden unirse a nosotros para la Asamblea General, todos los martes durante la hora de la convocatoria, 11: 30-12: 30 en el Centro de Justicia y Derecho

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