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2021-2022 ASCWU Board of Directors Elections

The Elections Commission is excited to launch the ASCWU Board of Directors 2021-2022 Elections Timeline and Candidate Information Packet. The 2021-2022 Elections process will be held in a virtual format and will only include the 6 executive board positions described below. ASCWU Student Senate Senator elections will take place early Fall 2021.

Watch the ASCWU Candidate Introduction Forum for On-Campus Residents

Watch the ASCWU Elections: InterClub Association Open Forum

*Candidate registration is currently closed, the 2021-2022 ASCWU BOD Candidate Registration Form is no longer available. Stay tuned for voting information*

Registered candidates who need to disclose staff, please use the Campaign Staff Disclosure Form (linked below) 

ASCWU BOD 2021-2022 Primary Election Results

Total Submitted Votes: 175

Director for Student Life & Facilities

Alejandra Cruz-Martinez: 100

Syafiq Mohd Suhaimi: 52

Kira Cox: 23

*Total submitted votes have been verified by the ASCWU Elections Commission and advisor Dr. Jenna Hyatt, for questions please reach out to

**Candidates Alejandra Cruz-Martinez and Syafiq Mohd Suhaimi will be moving onto the General Elections. Thank you to every student who voted in Primary Elections and keep a lookout for the upcoming debates and General Election information here**

View ASCWU Board Candidates and their Platforms

Register to Attend the Candidate Debates on April 14th and April 21st


Students interested in becoming a write-in candidate for any of the 6 BOD positions must email ASCWU Elections Commissions advisor, Dr. Jenna Hyatt ( by February 26th to be a part of Primary elections or by April 13th to be a part of the General elections. View the Candidate Information Packet linked above for more information regarding write-in candidates

  2021-2022 ASCWU BOD Elections Campaign Staff Disclosure Form

ASCWU Position Information

In the winter 2020 quarter the student body voted to update the Constitution which governs ASCWU to include a Student Senate that will be represented by 23 elected student officers. Due to the changing landscape of the spring 2020 quarter and shortened quarter the Election Commission has voted to move forward with the election of the Executive Officer positions this quarter and continue planning and promotion of an election of the student senators during the fall 2020 quarter. This decision was made to ensure continuity between the outgoing and incoming executive team and ensures a succession plan is in place for planning over the summer. Below you will find the updated executive officer positions available to declare candidacy during the spring 2020 election. 

President: Chair of the board; must serve  20 hours/week; acts as chief spokesperson for the Board; gives the State of the ASCWU-SG Address in the spring; represents the Associated Students in all legislative issues

Executive Vice President: Vice Chair and voting member of the Board; must serve 19 hours/week; provide a budget forecast each Fall; oversee committees and appointments; provide a monthly summary of monetary activity; sit on the S&A Committee; take minutes if the office staff is unavailable.

Senate Speaker: The Senate Speaker is a voting member of the board and serves 19 hours/week as the chair and primary organizer of the Student Senate. The Senate Speaker is considered the liaison between the Student Senate and the ASCWU Board of Directors. The Senate Speaker also serves as a voting member on the ASCWU-BOD and brings issues, concerns, and legislation created by the Student Senate to the ASCWU-BOD.

Director for Equity and Multicultural Affairs: The ASCWU Director for Equity and Multi-Cultural Affairs is a voting member and serves 19 hours/week and represents the student voice regarding diversity, equity, multi-cultural, social activism, and inclusivity affairs at Central Washington University. The Director of Student of Equity and Multi-Cultural Affairs is also tasked with representing and advocating for the under-represented groups on campus or said Equity and Services Council (ESC).

Director for Student Life and Facilities: The ASCWU Director for Student Life & Facilities is a voting member of the ASCWU Board of Directors and serves 19 hours/week as the student voice regarding capital-planning projects, buildings on campus, and student services offered on campus. The Director of Student Life & Facilities is also tasked with promoting and advocating for CWU spirit on-campus and within the community.

Director for Governmental Affairs: The ASCWU Director for Governmental Affairs is a voting member of the ASCWU Board of Directors and serves 19 hours/week as the student voice regarding governmental affairs including; state, local, and federal policy. The Director of Governmental Affairs is also tasked with promoting and advocating for the CWU student policy agenda, increasing student voter registration, increasing student voter turnout, and increasing student civic education/engagement.

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