As General Election
Duties of Each Office:
AS Government Affairs is comprised of 17 elected representatives. Each position is elected to perform certain duties that advocate and serve the students at Chico State and continue the mission of the Associated Students.
While in office, elected representatives are eligible to receive a scholarship based on a percentage of cost of attendance (COA) and priority registration at CSU, Chico.
Executive Vice President
Vice President of Facilities and Services
Vice President of Business and Finance
Director of University Affairs
Director of Social Justice and Equity
Commissioner of Community Affairs
Commissioner of Legislative Affairs
Commissioner of Sustainability Affairs
Commissioner of Student Engagement and Advocacy
Senator College of Agriculture
Senator College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Senator College of Business
Senator College of Communication and Education
Senator College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Construction Management
Senator College of Humanities and Fine Arts
Senator College of Natural Sciences
AS Election FAQs
On the morning of election day, every Chico State student will receive an email with a link to the ballot. The link will also be available here on our website! You will need to sign in with your Chico State login to access the ballot.
You can vote from any device you can log into your portal from.
Yes, depending on the status of the position you are interested in, there are two ways Chico State Students can still get involved in the election process after the Intent to File deadline has passed.
If the position you are interested in has no declared candidates on the ballot, that position will be filled through an appointment process. Contact the Election Supervisor to learn more about applying for the appointment process.
If the position you are interested in has declared candidates on the ballot, you can run as a write-in. Students considering running as a write-in are encouraged to reach out to the Election Supervisor for more information about campaign regulations and eligibility.
YES! All regularly enrolled students can vote!
This page will continue to be updated with information, so be sure to check back on a regular basis. If you have a question and do not see the information here, please contact the AS Election Supervisor, Eliza Miller.