Are you a student hoping to advocate for students, financially support nearly 200 campus organizations, and develop as a leader while improving the CWRU community? Then consider running for one of the available USG Representative Positions!

Elections Timeline:

  • January 21 - Letters of Intent are due by midnight to usg-fronttable@case.edu
  • January 23 - Elections will be held during General Assembly at 7:00 PM in the Toepfer Room of Adelbert Hall

Letters of Intent should be no longer than one page and should contain the candidate's reasons for wanting to be a Representative, as well as any relevant qualifications the candidate may possess for the position.


The following positions are open to any undergraduate seeking office in the Undergraduate Student Government:

  • Director of Technology - handle all technological concerns of the USG by coordinating electronic communications, maintaing the USG website, and leading technological initiatives of the USG.
  • Internal Development Chair - develops programming to maintain the morale of the Assembly and helps with member development efforts.
  • College of Arts & Sciences Representative - act as the voice and vote of the College of Arts and Sciences and are elected at a ratio of 100 students to 1 representative.  Representatives serve on a caucus which involves the representatives from the same constituency, as well as a committee where they work on initiatives to solve student issues. 
  • College of Engineering Representative - act as the voice and vote of the College of Engineering and are elected at a ratio of 100 students to 1 representative.  Representatives serve on a caucus which involves the representatives from the same constituency, as well as a committee where they work on initiatives to solve student issues. 
  • College of Nursing Representative - act as the voice and vote of the College of Nursing and are elected at a ratio of 100 students to 1 representative.  Representatives serve on a caucus which involves the representatives from the same constituency, as well as a committee where they work on initiatives to solve student issues. 
  • Weatherhead Representative - act as the voice and vote of the Weatherhead School and are elected at a ratio of 100 students to 1 representative.  Representatives serve on a caucus which involves the representatives from the same constituency, as well as a committee where they work on initiatives to solve student issues.