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:

  • October 29 - Letters of Intent are due by midnight to usg-fronttable@case.edu
  • October 31 - 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 Information Technology - is charged with handling all technological concerns of the USG (including, but not limited to, printing, wireless access and online resources). The Director of IT also coordinates electronic communications within USG, maintains the USG website, leads technological initiatives and advocates information technology concerns of the students.
  • College of Arts & Sciences Representative - act as the voice and vote of the College of Arts & 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.