All proposed constitutional changes must be voted on by the student body. Follow the link to review the proposed Spring 2021 changes to the SGA Constitution.
Be a voice
for the student body! CU Denver Student Government Association (SGA) welcomes all students to contribute
their ideas and to get involved. By sharing a unique perspective, students are crucial to addressing the issues we face. We encourage all CU Denver students to vote in Student Elections to have their opinions heard.
Annual elections are held in April for a variety of positions.
Learn about the expectations for each position.
Ready to run? Submit your eligibility form here.
We thank all of our student leaders for running for a position. We know this takes time and effort.
After our annual elections,some SGA positions remain vacant. All CU Denver students are invited to apply to fill those vacancies. The open positions can be found on Handshake.
Please note that a write-in candidate must receive a minimum of 30 votes to be elected. In this election, no write-in reached that threshold.
Election results will be available within 72 hours following the conclusion of voting.
Executive Ticket: Nadia Crowley (President) and Chris Hilton (Vice President)
Finance and Funding Committee: Solikha Normurotova; (5) Additional Vacancies
Legislation and Outreach Committee: Cade Bachman, Ezra Ekman, Heather Litchfield, Tanner Palmer; (2) Additional Vacancies
Student Fee Review Committee Chair: Annie Vu
Events and Planning Chair: Jazmin Teran
College Council (College of Architecture and Planning): Trevor Walker
College Council (College of Arts and Media): Shawntisha Bailey
College Council (Business School): Oscar Fraire
College Council (Graduate School): Sheridan Manfredi
College Council (School of Public Affairs): Jessica Valdez
College Council (College of Liberal Arts and Sciences): Juan Gonzalez
College Council (College of Engineering, Design, and Computing): (1) Vacancy
College Council (School of Education and Human Development): (1) Vacancy
Student Advisory Committee to the Auraria Board: Jason Stroh-Faron; (1) Additional Vacancy
Constitutional Referendum: Pass; Yes (92.3%) No (7.1%) No Response (.5%)