HUCSC is a very malleable organization - it truly is what you make of it. We are always welcome to suggestions for new initiatives, events, and council positions that let you get involved. If you are passionate about making a change on campus or filling a void where our services may be lacking, come forward and talk to a member of the HUCSC.
positions available in fall 2019
Equity Officer (click for description/application)
Women in Leadership Commissioner (click for description/application)
MyWellness Committee Members x4 (click here for description/application)
Cafeteria Commissioner (click here for description/application)
Charity & Awareness Commissioner (click for description/application)
Pride Commissioner (click here for description/application)
Academic Events Commissioner (click here for description/application)
Special Events Commissioners x2 (click here for description/application)
Huron Ball Coordinator (click here for description/application)
Governance Commissioner (click here for description/application)
Red Surge Members (click here for application)
Red Surge is a team of enthusiastic, outgoing individuals who help the Communications team promote events, sell tickets, and help coordinate marketing strategies. We accept 20-30 members and it is an application and interview process. Stay tuned for the application and ask about us at the HUCSC booth during clubs week!
Poli Sci Representative
French & East Asian Studies Representative
O’Neil/Ridley Representative x2
Off Campus Representative x2
International Student Representative
Exchange Student Representative
Mature Student Representative
Residence Life Staff Representative
IMPORTANT!! ALL candidates meeting on September 22nd at 8pm (location TBD). Email nomination forms to email@example.com before this meeting, or bring to the all candidates meeting. Campaign period will run from Monday, September 23rd to Sunday, September 29th. Voting period will be September 30th and October 1st.
Want to create a new hucsc position?
A student government is what the students make of it. If you have an idea for an event or are passionate about an initiative, it is most likely that there are other students on campus who feel the same way. Listed below are some “gaps” (no central point person) in the service offerings for HUCSC. If you would like to be a part of HUCSC and are passionate about one of these areas, come talk to us in the office across from the SAC or during our office hours.
Community partnerships and relations
HUCSC elections awareness
HUCSC engagement - external and internal
Gender-based violence - sexual violence included
Student leader development