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  • BER Chair Election Results for 22-23

    Hi everyone, Thank you to all who voted in the BER election! Now that the 24 hour voting period has now ended, Mohamed Shukri has been elected BER Chair for the academic year 2022-2023. Thank you to both Mohamed and Jennifer for running and showing your commitment to HUSC. Have a great week! -- Nidhi Jariwala Board of Elected Representatives Chair Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress

  • Spring Elections Update - 02/14

    Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress (HUSC) Spring Election Information and Packets for 2022-23 released 02/14/22: Vote for your Representatives including Class/Specialty Reps and Co-Presidents February 28th-March 2nd Virtually Come to Anderson Forum on Tuesday 02/15 from 11:30-12:30p to ask questions, learn more about running and goodie bags! Interested in Running for 2022-23?? Election Packet Application Apply by Friday, February 21st, 2022 at 11:59PM CST OPen positions (3) Sophomore Representative Positions* (3) Junior Representative Positions* (3) Senior Representative Position* *Note: Class standing is determined either socially or by academic credit. Please choose the one that you will be best able to represent.

  • General Assembly 02/08

    General Assembly Minutes here ! Join us virtual or in-person every Tuesday from 11:30-12:30 & follow @yourvoicehusc on instagram and TikTok

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  • Initiatives | HUSC

    YOUR VOICE REPRESENTED As HUSC, our role is to make sure students' voices are heard. In the past year, we have passed resolutions that create more accessible spaces, called for more affordable learning options, and partnered with organizations to expand student opportunities learn more track our resolutions Below Find any of the latest resolutions and other initiatives from HUSC here. Information on campus announcements, resolutions, and statements will be published directly on this website in addition to our other platforms such as instagram! Title Primary Sponsor Date Introduced Current Status Date of Final Action Directed Action Resolution Link #11 | Amendment on who can run elections Kaia Zeigler 09/02/2021 Passed 09/02/2021 When PAC Chair cannot run the election, a PAC member or an Exec Board member can now run the election #10 | Can Openers to FRC Maddie Swanson and Kaia Zeigler Passed 09/02/2021 Money will be given to FRC so that they can purchase can openers for student use #9| Signature Requirement for Campaigning Sam Nowaczewski 02/02/2021 Amendment Passed 04/02/2021 Requirement of signatures was lowered from 50 to 15 in order to be eligible for Spring election ballot #8 | By-Law Amendment Process Cecelia Miller Passed By-Law Amendments will now move through PAC and GA only once each #7 | Land Acknowledgment Resolution S.J. Welch, Mary Stoutenburg Passed General Assemblies will begin with a land acknowledgment #6 | Suspend Student Org. Meeting Requirement Evan Nelsen, Raina Meyer, Kaia Zeigler Passed Requirement of Student Organizations to host meetings has been suspended due to the pandemic #5 | Collaboration Fund Resolution Cecelia Miller, Jessie Luévano, Zach Angstman 10/11/2020 Passed 10/11/2020 Added language to Constitution and By-Laws regarding the Collaboration Fund #4 | 2020-2021 HUSC Budget Cecelia Miller and Kaia Zeigler 13/10/2020 Passed 20/10/2020 Budget decision for the 2020-2021 academic year #2 | Tech. Coordinator Position Resolution Cecelia Miller and Kaia Zeigler 08/09/2020 Passed 08/09/2020 Tech. Coordinator position in HUSC Exec. Board suspension #3 | Aramark Resolution HUSC Executive Board 22/09/2020 Passed 29/09/2020 Sever contact w/ Aramark #1 | Co-Presidency Resolution Cecelia Miller, and Kaia Zeigler 08/09/2020 Amendment Passed 10/11/2020 Change titles of President and Vice President our initiatives 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! campus concern form learn more accessibility and transparency We are committed to ensuring that our campus is accessible to all students, that our resources, classes, and administration are held accountable and aware of our diverse student body. learn more student safety The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many of our students' lives. Students should be fully supported and protected by our administration. We are committed to advocating for proper safety measures and plans that align with our students best interests. learn more divestments from predatory contracts HUSC supports and encourages working with our local community and businesses. Engaging in predatory contracts disadvantages student wellness as well as our Midway community. learn more diversity awareness At HUSC, we believe that our faculty, administration, and policies should consciously reflect the diversity of our student body. It is necessary that we understand the impacts of our statements and policies on the lives of our students.

  • About | HUSC

    AT HAMLINE, we take the lead "We, the undergraduate student body of Hamline University, operating within the authority granted us by the Board of Trustees, in order to govern ourselves, to broaden the representative character of the student body, to foster high ideals of conduct, to foster traditions, and to promote unity and cooperation among the students, do ordain and establish this Constitution." View Our constitution Here all orgs what is husc? The Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress (HUSC) is the student led legislative advocacy group at Hamline. We work with members of our Hamline community as well as community organizations and leaders in the Twin Cities. HUSC represents the voices and needs of the students and works on supporting individuals, organizations, and the campus as a whole. ​ The HUSC Council is made up of the Executive Board and both elected and appointed representatives who serve on four different committees. HUSC exists through the Board of Trustees but is an independent organization that first and foremost promotes the needs of the undergraduate student body. The Executive Board consists of officers and chairs appointed by the External & Internal Co-Presidents. The only exception is the Board of Elected Representatives Chair who is elected by the HUSC student representatives. ​ Capital improvement resolutions and other proposals are debated and approved during the General Assembly which takes place every Tuesday from 11:30-12:30p. These resolutions vary from physical improvements to campus (renovating the Commuter Lounge for instance) to calling for reductions in the yearly tuition. ​ All undergraduate students are apart of HUSC and can vote on many of our resolutions. ​ View past and present resolutions > executive board learn more HUSC is not only a place for service based leadership, butt also a community of passionate and committed individuals. All students are a part of HUSC and can help us make a difference! get involved meet the reps Photo by Sophie Warrick elections Photo by Sophie Warrick husc by the numbers 20+ student organizations HUSC sponsors over 20 different student organizations through funding, advertising, and more 2,106 Undergraduates served Every undergraduate student is apart of HUSC and can vote on our materials! 50+ years of service HUSC has been dedicated to serving and advocating for Hamline students for over 50 years Our services The Hamline Undergraduate Student Congress sponsors both students and their organizations. You can apply for a wide variety of grants to help you do all the good you can in all the ways you can. HUSC also hosts a variety of workshops and events in partnership with our amazing student orgs! serving all pipers Made up of four different legislative committees; Economic Affairs, Political Affairs, Public Relations, and Student Organizations, each committee works to address campus related issues in addition to their specific duties. The Board of Elected Representatives serves as a joint-council of all elected representatives. Through HUSC, student budgets and grants are funded. In addition to other events, HUSC also charters organizations and provides support in a variety of ways. ​ Our priority are our students and our community. ALL undergraduate students are apart of HUSC and can help us make a difference. We are committed to supporting all pipers tthrough a variety of services, big and small! If you have any questions or concerns stop by for a visit during our office hours or shoot us an email at ​ ​ - FOR OVER 50 YEARS - FUNDING HUSC offers several different funding opportunities for both chartered and non-chartered organizations, as well as individuals, on our campus SUPPORT We are here to support YOU. Each year, HUSC Scholarships are available to all qualifying undergraduate students, applications open in spring RESOURCES We work in collaboration with several different offices on campus to provide programs and resources that serve you MARKETING HUSC is happy to support any advertising our marketing needs your organization might have. Just contact the Public Relations Chair! ADVOCACY Our student congress ensures that your voice is heard. Representatives work on ensuring that students have a say in University decisions CHARTERING Chartered student organizations through HUSC receive annual budgeting and other opportunities. Reach out to the Student Organizations Chair ! why join husc? From office pranks and barbecues with the board, to building friendships, opportunities, and change, there are a million reasons to join HUSC, but heres just four! community HUSC isn't just a student government, it's a community of passionately engaged individuals who aim to make our campus a better place. Resolutions and statements aside, we also know how to have fun ;) If you've never played Hogwarts at midnight and avada kedavra'd the student president while sipping hot cocoa, are you really in student gov? opportunity As student leaders, we have a unique opportunity to lend our voices and make change for our peers and community. Through service and practice, we act as the voice for students to administration and work on implementing student oriented policies that reflect our needs. diversity At HUSC we believe that our policies and practices should reflect and take into account the diverse bodies of our community. We understand and value the intersectionality of our campus and work to bring more equitable solutions to the administration. leadership We take our motto seriously and work year round to find solutions to our community's biggest and smallest challenges. From creating better student spaces, divesting from predatory contacts, to fighting for non-gendered bathrooms and equitable health policies, we put our words into practice. HUSC is one of the easiest ways to connect with others on campus and build life-long relationships olivia hjerleid | senior representative '20-21

  • Previous HUSC Councils | HUSC

    HUSC COUNCIL gallery HUSC COUNCIL 2019-2020 Load More Out of gallery HUSC Council 2020-2021 Out of gallery

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