Becoming a senator on ASUH is a great way to become a part of the decision making process at the University. You will have the chance to work with amazing advisers and have opportunities to meet with the university administration, faculty, staff, and even government officials to help oversee the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. As a senator, you will develop your skills in leadership, enhance your ability to communicate with others, improve your skills in public speaking, and have a chance to hone your skills in management. You will also learn the legislative process and gain a deep understanding of how laws are enacted. Be the change you want to see at the University!
Spring 2016 General Elections Packet here.
To become a Student Court Member on the ASUH Supreme Court, you must meet the following requirements:
1. Be a full time (12+ credits) undergraduate student at UH Manoa
2. Have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0
3. Not hold an elected position in ASUH.
Student Court Members are appointed by the ASUH President and accepted by the Senate. To apply fill out this form and submit it to the ASUH office located in Campus Center.
Another way to get involved is to be delegated as a student representative on behalf of ASUH in various committees and positions available for undergraduate students. To be considered, fill out the Committee Appointee Application form and turn into the ASUH Office during office hours. You will be notified if a position is available for you.