The Atlanta Campus Election Commission is composed of an Election Commission Chair, a Vice Chair for Marketing, a Vice Chair for Logistics and volunteers as needed. Members of the Commission that receive stipends (the Chair -$200 a month and Vice-chairs $150 a month) must meet the student leader requirements as outlined in the Student Code of Conduct and commit to working 20 hours a month for 4 months (January – April). Election Commission Officers and volunteers are not eligible to run in the Spring Elections that concur with their Election Commission term or be affiliated with a student political party. To be paid a stipend, student leaders cannot have a work study position.
Applicants for the Atlanta Campus Election Commission, which oversees the elections specific to the Atlanta Campus are interviewed by a committee that includes a Student Judicial Board Liaison, SGA Advisors and the SGA Administrative Coordinator. Members shall be chosen based on experience, integrity, impartiality, and good judgment. Selected individuals must be confirmed by the Atlanta Campus Senate by a two-thirds vote. Atlanta campus students can apply online through OrgSync to be considered for a position. Applications are due Friday, November 18 at 5:15 p.m.
To apply for the currently vacant positions in the executive and legislative branches of SGA go here.
Contact the Student Government Association with any questions or voting issues at 404-413-1600, firstname.lastname@example.org or at Student Center West, Suite 450.