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Registration for UPUA Elections Now Open

Registration for elections for UPUA’s 6th Assembly are now open. Interested students can register for President/Vice President and At Large, Academic , and Off or On Campus Representative positions. Registration materials are available in the UPUA office, 332 HUB, and must be completed by Friday March 4th.

There are six spots available for At Large Representatives, seven for On Campus, 12 for Off Campus and one spot for each academic college including Schreyer Honors College.

In order to be eligible for candidacy, all students must have a 2.5 GPA. Those seeking candidacy for President/Vice President must acquire 250 student signatures. This total is combined for the two candidates. At Large, Off and On Campus candidates must get 100 signatures, but candidates for Academic positions need not collect signatures.

All students planning on running are required to submit a copy of their Penn State ID and their Degree Audit, available on eLion. Additionally, students running for Off and On Campus Representative positions must submit a copy of their lease or housing contract.

For more information, visit the UPUA website or contact Head Elections Commissioner Dustin Dove at [email protected]

Photo is of UPUA Representative Anthony Christina.

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Ali Fogarty

Ali Fogarty is a senior from the suburbs of Philadelphia majoring in Public Relations and Political Science who's passionate about Netflix and everything bagels.

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