Thank you for your interest in the 2017 Fall Camosun Student election.
Student elections are held twice a year at Camosun College – in the Spring and Fall. All current Camosun students are eligible to hold elected positions on the Camosun College Student Society Board. Students also have elected positions on Camosun College governance bodies (Education Council and Board of Governors). Elected positions are held for 12 month terms, whereas by-elections terms are held for 6 months with varying term start dates.
It is our second election that is held via electronic voting.
Information on voting
During the voting period, you are going to receive an email from Camosun College on how to vote in the elections. Make sure you check the inbox or junkmail box of your email address that you provided to the college.
Nominations for the 2017 Fall election have been close
Nomination form for the Camosun College Student Society Election is here:
CCSS NOMINATION Fall 2017
Nomination for for Camosun College Education Council and Board Of Governors is here:
2017 STUDENT NOMINATION FORM fillable
Which positions will be elected this Fall?
Vacant CCSS Positions
To read up on the bylaws, constitution, and policies of the Camosun College Student Society, please visit camosunstudent.org/documents
|1. Nomination Period* Thursday Sept 21 until Wednesday, Oct 4th 12:00 pm||2. Campaign Period Monday, Oct 9 until
Sunday, Oct 22 – 11:59 pm
|3. Voting Period
Monday, October 23rd 9:00 am until
Wednesday October 25th 11:59 pm
Curious about former election results?
Do you have questions about the elections?
Please contact the Chief Electoral Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that this webpage is provided for informational purposes only and does not reflect or replace the bylaws, constitution, or policies of the Camosun College Student Society. Additionally, it does not reflect or replace any correspondence, information, or advice from the Chief Electoral Officer of this election cycle of the Camosun College Student Society elections. Furthermore, this information concerning Camosun College elections does not replace any existing bylaws or policies of Camosun College.