ASM’s organizing and policy work is guided by the 33 elected students on the Student Council, which meets every other Wednesday night at 6:30pm. Student Council members are also expected to serve on an ASM committee, which meets one night a week, and participate in ASM’s organizing work. Though these seats are generally elected in the spring of each year, there are currently vacancies for the following schools/colleges that will be filled by the ASM Nominations Board: Special Student (1 seat), Law School (1 seat), School of Medicine & Public Health (1 seat).
Appointees for Student Council would serve until April 30, 2018. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all seats are filled.
Gain first-hand experience resolving student conflicts by serving on the Associated Students of Madison (ASM) Student Judiciary. The Student Judiciary is a group of students that review and decide student appeals involving space allocations, financial allocations, and ASM elections. If you’re committed to helping other students seek justice, then the Associate Justice position is for you. Associate Justices can serve up to a 4-year term.
Applications for Associate Justice will be accepted until 11:59pm on Friday, October 6.
SSFC is made up of UW students whose task is to make recommendations to ASM Student Council on the allocation of over $45 million in segregated fees. SSFC provides substantial (typically $20,000 and upward) funding to organizations that provide a non-academic but educational service to the UW-Madison student body. There are two vacancies for SSFC representatives to serve until April 30, 2017.
Applications for SSFC will be accepted until 11:59pm on Friday, October 6.
The SAC Governing Board is responsible for developing and overseeing a facility use policy for the SAC, as well as approving applications for student organization space and maintaining contacts with student organizations and student services professionals to address SAC needs as they arise. Applications for SACGB will be accepted until 11:59pm on Friday, October 6.
A member of the Conference Selection Committee will review and select students from across campus to attend student conferences throughout the state and country. Applications will be accepted until 11:59pm on Friday, October 6.
Below is a listing of the volunteer & leadership roles in ASM. This is not a list of vacant positions.
At-Large Student Positions
- Assistant Outreach Director
- Assistant Press Office Director
- Conference Selection Committee At-large Member
- Grant Allocation Committee At-large Member
- Inclusion Ambassador
- The Open Seat – External Director
- The Open Seat – Internal Director
- Student Activity Center Governing Board At-Large Member
- Student Activity Center Governing Board Tenant Seat
- Student Council Representative
- Student Services Finance Committee (SSFC) At-Large Member
- Vote Coordinator
Graduate Student Project Assistant
Student Council Leadership
- ASM Chair
- ASM Vice Chair
- ASM Secretary
- Equity & Inclusion Committee Chair
- Grant Allocation Committee Chair
- Legislative Affairs Committee Chair
- Nominations Committee Chair
- Press Office Director
- Outreach Director
- Shared Governance Committee Chair
- Shared Governance Campaign Director
- Student Activity Center Governing Board Chair
- Sustainability Committee Chair
Student Judiciary/Student Election Commission
- Associate Justice
- Chief Justice
- Public Defender
- Solicitor General
- Student Election Commissioner
- Student Election Commission Chair
- Student Election Commission Vice Chair
- Vice Chief Justice
Student Services Finance Committee (SSFC)
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