2014 Spring Election Results

President: Randy “Mitch” Moore

79

Vice President: Stephanie Yost 

82

Treasurer: Christopher Dowell

70

Secretary: Rachel Ball

                  Stephanie Morgan

63

22

FSU Board of Governors: Bryan Foley

72

FSU Faculty Senate: Dominik Mensah

                                      Beth Hall

                                      Brieanna Polk

116

63

39

State Advisory Council Representative: Samuel “Miles” Smith

69

Director of Public Relations: Frances Vessels

73

Senior Senator: David Tennant

14

Junior Senator: Kelly Humphries

14

Sophomore Senators: Andrew Cook

                                   Trenton Dulaney

17

12

FSU House of Representatives: Bethany Buckner

                                                      Daphne Ryan

54

47

Why Should I Join Student Government?

Student Government is a great way to become involved on campus and in the community. You can help shape school policies and provide needed services to fellow students and the community. Additionally, we have a lot of fun, and it is a great way to get involved! Students involved in student organizations tend to do better in school – It’s a fact!

What do I have to do in Student Government?

All Student Government members upon winning their seat in Student Government Elections will be expected, regardless of position, to:

  • Attend all weekly SG meetings on Thursdays at 12:30-1:30 in 128 HB.
  • Attend any special SG meetings as called by the SG President.
  • Hold a weekly office hour. The SG office is located on the 2nd floor of the Falcon Center next to Conference Services.
  • Volunteer for various SG sponsored events and community service initiatives.
  • Serve on campus committees as appointed by the SG President.
  • Regularly check Email and Student Government Facebook and Twitter for important communications.
  • Attend a SG Fall & Spring Retreat & trainings.
  • Should be professional, responsible, reliable, articulate, and able to reach out to students to bring a student perspective where is needed.

*Extreme violation of institutional policies (local, state, federal law) may constitute removal from office or candidacy.