With 6.6% of students voting, the 2021-2022 ASCC Elections results are certified as follows:
On behalf of Elections committee, I would like to commend you on your interest in ASCC. This packet should contain all of the information vital for you to be successful in your campaigning. If at any point you have a question or concern about the elections, please reach out to the Elections Committee and we will try and get a response to you promptly. The Elections Committee is here to organize and plan the elections to ensure that it is a fair and equal process. We are happy to clarify any guidelines.
This Elections committee is striving to ensure that the 2020 Elections are accessible and equitable for all candidates. We strongly encourage all students from any backgrounds, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or socio-economic status to run for one of the elected ASCC positons.
Elections can be a long and difficult process, so please take the time to read this packet and feel free to email me or the Elections Committee with any copies. Not being informed or ignorant is not an excuse to violate any of the guidelines set in this packet. The elections committee will take these guidelines very seriously.
The positions available through the election process are: President, Vice President (SFC Chair), and Director of Legislative Affairs. This packet contains important dates, election guidelines, and all forms necessary to become a candidate. Please ask questions if you need any clarification on the election process.
As a potential representative of the student body, feel free to ask around to students and clubs about issues they may be facing as a Cascades student. Being informed will help you as a potential representative for student voice. Just a reminder, campaigning starts on March 30th, 2020 so please wait to campaign until the date. This is the first step for a long journey ahead of you and we wish you the best in your endeavors.
Michael Tornatta, Chair
Candidates for any elected or appointed office must meet the following University requirements to hold office:
Undergraduate students shall have earned at least six (6) hours of credits in their most recently completed term, be currently registered for at least six (6) hours at OSU-Cascades, not be on conduct probation, be in good academic standing and have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5.
In rare cases where two or more OSU-Cascades classes interfere with each other, ASCC Executive members may take the class online or at Central Oregon Community College (COCC) with proof of class schedule overlap.
In the case of an Executive Member being a senior, they must complete at least one 3 credit class on campus, the rest of their classes will be taken at the campus of their choice (OSU-C, COCC, or e-campus).
Graduate students shall have earned at least five (5) hours of credit in their most recently completed term, be currently registered for at least five (5) hours at OSU-Cascades, not be on conduct probation, and have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0.
It is not necessary to enroll in summer term and will not disqualify an otherwise qualified candidate for elections or appointment
Students are invited to attend our Candidate Forum to learn more about those who are running for office.
Zoom & Obsidian Hall Livestreaming
You can view the Candidate Packet in its entirety here...
March 12 - Elections Committee Formed
6:00 PM, April 5 - Election Info Session (Zoom)
6:00 PM, April 9 - Election Info Session (Zoom)
11:59 PM, April 14 - Elections Candidacy Due
8:00 AM, April 19 - Campaigning Starts
TBD - Candidate Open Forum (Zoom and Obsidian Hall Livestream)
5:00 PM, April 25 - Campaigning Ends
5:00 PM, April 25 - Candidate Financial Statements Due
April 26 - Voting Opens
April 29 - Voting Closes
12:00 PM, April 30 - Results Announced