2020 Spring Elections Candidate Registration now available!
Be the Voice on Auburn’s Campus! Candidate registration is now available to represent your college or school in the SGA Senate or on your School’s Council. Candidates may also to register to run for at-large senators, SGA President, Vice President or Treasurer.
Each campus organization, residence hall or Greek organization may nominate one junior woman for the position of Miss Auburn.
- SGA Candidate Registration closes Nov. 20 at 5 p.m. – click here to register
- Miss Auburn nominations close Nov. 13 at 5 p.m. – click here to nominate
Information Sessions will be held at the following times:
- SGA Candidate info sessions
- November 5 at 6 p.m. in Student Center 2107
- November 11 at 5 p.m. in Student Center 2107
- Miss Auburn info sessions
- October 30 at 4 p.m. in Student Center 2225
- November 4 at 6 p.m. in Student Center 2225
Full qualifications and criteria for interested candidates is as follows:
All prospective Candidates must maintain a minimum of 2.5 cumulative, unadjusted Auburn GPA at the time of qualification and throughout the candidate’s term of office.
All prospective Candidates must be enrolled full-time at Auburn University at the time of qualification, term of elections, and their term of office.
If a student is classified as a graduate student, they must be considered enrolled in accordance with their graduate program requirements.Students participating in a Cooperative Education Program or required internships during the time of qualification may apply as Candidates but must be enrolled full-time during their term of election and service.
Senator, School’s Council or At-Large Senator
All prospective Minor Candidates are not required to be enrolled in the college or school they wish to represent at the time of qualification but must be enrolled during their term of elections and service.
All prospective Minor Candidates who are enrolled in graduate school, registered simultaneously in multiple academic programs, or participating in any other interdisciplinary academic program may choose to represent any of the colleges or schools in which they are currently enrolled.
Only undergraduate female students, including undergraduates enrolled in the Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacy and Nursing schools, who are currently in at least their third academic year, having completed sixty (60) hours of course work, with at least two semesters and twenty-four (24) of those hours being completed at Auburn University.
All Candidates must be nominated to run for Miss Auburn. Each university-operated residence hall, social fraternity, social sorority, and any organization recognized by Auburn University may nominate one prospective Candidate for Miss Auburn. Nomination forms are to be turned in on AUInvolve.
Executive Director of Elections