One of the key points of entry into shared governance for students, staff and faculty is an election. Consider running for a seat on an assembly. Be a voice for your constituency.
The Student Assembly and the Employee Assembly conduct annual elections; the graduate students internally caucus while the professional schools appoint reprepentatives to the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly; and representatives on the University Assembly are elected or appointed by the constituent assemblies. There are two student-elected trustees (one undergraduate and one graduate or professional), one employee-elected trustee, and two faculty-trustees elected in staggered terms.
All staff members are eligible to run for one of 28 seats, representative of colleges, units and identity-based constituencies.More Information
Student Assembly Elections
All registered undergraduates are eligible to run for election, and also to vote for your representatives. Elections are held annually in the spring and fall.More Information
Graduate and Professional Student Assembly
Graduate and Professional Students are elected by their fields and caucus to elect voting members of the GPSA.More Information
Cornell is one of relatively few institutions in the nation to allow its campus constituencies to directly elect representatives to its highest governing body. In alternating years with the graduate and professional students, an undergraduate will be elected by fellow students to serve as a full voting member on the Board of Trustees. Staff and faculty members are elected to four-year terms.More Information
Faculty Senate - Spring Election 2020
Election to fill vacant seats on the Faculty Senate-At-Large, the University Faculty Committee, and the Nominations and Elections Committee, and elect a new Faculty-Elected Trustee.More Information
Student Assembly Election - Spring 2020
The Student Assembly holds regularly-scheduled elections twice a year; this spring election will include twenty students to who will represent the undergraduate student body by holding at-large, undergraduate college and identity-based seats.More Information