Candidate Platforms

Candidate platforms have been made available. Please note that candidate contact and social media links will not be published until February 28 at 8:00AM.

Candidate Platforms

Voting days are March 8, 9, and 10, 2022. Voting starts at 9:00AM on March 8, and concludes at 4:00PM on March 10. Voting will take place online, via your myUofC student portal, and at select polling stations located in MacEwan Student Centre (MSC), Science Theatres, and Taylor Family Digital Library (TFDL.)

Notice of nomination – General Election 2022

Notice is hereby given that Nomination Days are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday, February 7 to Wednesday, February 9, 2022.

[ Please read the full Notice of Nomination here. ]

Notice of Referendum – General Election 2022

Three referendum questions will appear on the 2022 General Election ballot to gather information on future directions of student programs and services.

[ Please read the complete questions and background information here. ]

Official Nomination Package

The Official Nomination Package for the 2022 General Election is ready for download on the Election Docs page.

Election Docs

About Elections

Every March, the Students’ Union holds a General Election to fill positions on the Student Legislative Council (SLC). SLC is made up of 25 students who are elected for a one-year term. If a position becomes vacant, a By-Election may be held in the fall semester.

The executive team, made up of the president and four vice presidents, are full time salaried positions and keep regular Monday to Friday office hours in the SU office. There are also 20 part-time positions, known as faculty representatives. SLC meets once a week to address new issues and represent the undergraduate student body in the areas of quality of education, quality of student life, affordability and accessibility. The election also includes races for one Board of Governors representative and two representatives for the Senate.

Running for office is not an easy decision to make. However, the experience gained from participating in an election campaign, and if victorious, developing and executing a policy agenda can be invaluable. We want to support you through this process – check out the sections on campaigning, running and position descriptions for more info. Once nominations open up for the year, visit the election documents page for your nomination package with the election rules and manual.


CRO office hours are as follows:

  • Mon: 10am-12pm
  • Tue: 2:30pm-4:30pm
  • Wed: 10am-12pm
  • Thu: 2:30pm-4:30pm
  • Fri: 9:30am-11:30am

To speak to SU Election Staff about an upcoming election, please consult with their office hours. Choose a time that works best for you and email them for an appointment at You will receive a confirmation of your appointment once it has been scheduled, along with a Zoom link. Please note that emails are monitored from Monday to Friday and we require at least 24 hours to respond. Appointments are given in 30 minute blocks. Please consider emailing your questions in advance to help our CROs better support you during the call.

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Are you an effective leader? Do you want to make a true difference in your campus community? Does the idea of representing you faculty peers excite you? If you answered “yes” to these questions then you should consider running for a position with your Students’ Union (SU).

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If you are thinking of running for an elected position with your Students’ Union you should be familiar with the demands and priorities of that position. The following is an overview of the responsibilities, time commitments and duties of elected officials of the Students’ Union (SU), also referred to as Student Legislative Council (SLC) members.

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Election docs

The Students’ Union Bylaws and the election rules and manual describe the rules for the SU election from the nomination to the appeal process.

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If you have successfully received a nomination to run in either the Students’ Union (SU) General Election or SU By-Election – congratulations! Now the work to get elected truly begins.

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