Student Body President Elections
Student Body President Primary Elections will take place from 7:00 a.m. Monday, March 13 to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 14 on the Hub. There are five eligible tickets:
Maggie Callaghan (P) - Luke Elfreich (VP)
Hannah McCarthy - Thatcher Creber
Nick Froehlich - Bradley Davis
Ryaan Ibtisam - Paul McCreary
Austin Worrell - Haley Olvera
If a ticket receives more than 50% of the vote in Primary Elections, they will be automatically declared the winner. If no ticket receives 50%, the two tickets with the most votes advance to Runoff Elections. Runoff Elections, if necessary, will take place from 7:00 a.m. Monday, April 3 to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 4.
We are dedicated to serving the undergraduate student body by soliciting and acting upon student needs and concerns.
Associated Student Government is dedicated to serving the current and future students of Miami University. We strive to ensure pure representation of the student population in hopes of making the best decisions on behalf of our constituents. Work that we are doing today will change the experience of future students who attend our wonderful University.
Who We Are
Associated Student Government is made up of three branches, Executive, Legislative and Judicial. The Executive branch is divided up into 14 members of the Executive Cabinet who work with administrators in all areas of student life as well as academics. The Legislative branch is made up of 50 senators, divided up into On-Campus, Off-Campus and Academic Seats as well as 2 members of Senate Leadership. This branch voices student concerns, writes and votes on legislation weekly. The Judicial branch is made up of 17 undergraduate students of Student Court who ensure that students know their legal rights and that they are being met.
What We Do
Associated Student Government is dedicated to putting student concerns first. We cover anything from dining concerns, to bike lanes to academic advising. Members of Associated Student Government are motivated to improve the Miami experience for current and future students. Along side to voice concerns, ASG allocates money to over 250 student organizations on campus.