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Candidate List

SGA Executive Board

One CSU: Rachel Iacofano (P), Emily Stankovic (VP), Donnetta Monk (S), Franklin Euro (T)

Student Advocates: Erykah Betterson (P), Michael Ortiz (VP), Morgan Schultz (S), Harsh Gandhi (T)

We the Students: Samia Shaheen (P), Maria Tirabassi (VP), Nandini Padaraju (S), Arlindo Ahmetaj (T)

SGA Senate (Undergraduate)

At-Large: Makenna Daus, Danielle Mihalcea, Cameron Tolbert, Omar Wahdan

College of Engineering: Megan Keleman, Chloe Zifkas

College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences: Milica Prica, Hana Shaheen

College of Nursing: Alyssa Tirabassi

College of Science and Health Professions: Dina Bastola

Senior Class: Maram Eadeh

University Judicial Board

Glenn Parker

SGA 2018 Election Rules Download Here
BOE Chair: Matthew Martis   BOE Associate Chair: Benjamin Frederick

If you have any questions or concerns, email or visit our space in the Kalista Center (SC 350, Desk B5) during the hours listed below.

Matt's Office Hours: MWF 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM, TTh 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Ben's Office Hours: T 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM, F 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM, 2:30 - 3:30 PM

Portal Information


The Board of Elections (BOE) serves an an independent entity whose primary responsibility is to oversee all election related functions and events for the Student Government Association (SGA). The BOE works to ensure that the SGA election process is conducted in a fair and transparent manner, and provides an audience for students, faculty, and staff to address any election related questions or concerns. The BOE also acts in a consultation capacity to any recognized student organization that requires assistance with their election process.



CSU Organization Email.

This email address will be publicly displayed and is normally used for students to contact the organization with questions, comments, and perhaps compliments.

Recognized Student Organization Constitution

All Recognized Student Organizations must have an organization constitution on file with the Center for Student Involvement. If you are renewing your organization, your current constitution is linked here.

If you're applying for a new organization or if you updated your constitution, please upload your constitution here. Our team will review it and notify you if it is approved or if changes must be made. If you are renewing your organization, choosing to update your constitution will slightly delay your registration, as it takes time to review.

Organization officer elections are held in the

If you're not sure when your organization holds elections, please refer to your constitution.


Organization membership is open to

Undergraduate and Graduate Students