Campus Elections are where YOU, the students, have the opportunity to elect the student leaders who represent you in a variety of capacities. Elections are held once in the fall and spring semesters.
Fall Elections are for Homecoming King, Homecoming Queen, UTA Ambassadors and Student Congress Senators. Spring Elections are for Student Congress President, Student Congress Vice President, Mr. UTA, Ms. UTA, Student Service Allocation Committee representatives, UTA Ambassadors, and Student Congress Senators.
For additional information on Campus Elections, contact the Student Activities and Organizations office at 817-272-2293.
Fall 2013 Campus Elections
Deadline to file: Thursday, October 10 at 5pm
All students wishing to run for any of the available positions must complete an application in the Student Activities and Organizations office by October 10. A $10 filing fee is required for each position.
Monday, October 14 at 12pm in the Student Congress Chambers
Tuesday, October 15 at 12:30pm in the Student Congress Chambers
All candidates are required to attend at least one (1) of the candidate's meetings.
Campaigning begins: Monday, October 14 at 5pm
Please review the Fall 2013 Election Code (available in the Student Activities and Organizations office) for regulations regarding appropriate campaign conduct.
Elections: October 28 and 29
Elections will be held on Monday, October 28 and Tuesday, October 29 from 9am to 6pm in the University Center Gallery (Room 106).
Students who are not in attendance for the election dates must complete the Absentee Voting Online Form 72 hours prior to the first day of campus elections. Students must submit an official excused absence from the university to be permitted to participate in absentee voting. Upon such receipt, the Election Official will provide voting instructions to all remote vote requestors. Click here to access the form.
Students who do not attend classes on the UT Arlington main campus must complete the Remote Voting Online Form during the election polling hours to request an election ballot. All requests must be conducted via the online form and must be received by 2pm on the final day of elections. The Election Official will provide voting instructions to all remote vote requestors. Click here to access the form.
Explore issues such as gender, race, identity, disability, stereotypes, privilege, and sexual orientation through interactive diversity workshops.