Open SU Applications

Thank you for your interest in joining Student Union! Student Union (SU) is an extremely diverse organization with many parts. It is responsible for a range of projects, from programming events, to allocating a $3.4 million budget, to advocating for student concerns.

Listed below are all the links and due dates for all the open applications. You can find descriptions of each position below as well.

Leaders in Interpersonal Violence (LIVE)

LIVE seeks to educate the Washington University in St. Louis community surrounding topics of interpersonal violence. Through peer-led education efforts in Greek Life, student groups, and residential communities, LIVE hopes to empower all members of our community to take a stand against sexual violence and to educate peers about healthy relationships, consent, and interpersonal violence prevention. LIVE’s efforts include training sessions, meetings, and events and programming such as:

•    The Date, a theatrical presentation for incoming freshmen (play and discussions that discuss the issues and ambiguities of campus sexual assault)
•    Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October
•    Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April
•    Take Back the Night
•    It’s On Us

Click here to find the application for LIVE

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Thursday, September 13th, at 11:59 PM

University Committees

Thank you for your interest in serving on a university committee! University committees are an important way for students to have a say in university processes. The university is currently looking to fill the following committees with undergraduates:

Discrimination and Harassment Hearing Committee 

The purpose of the Discrimination and Harassment Hearing Committee is a standing administrative hearing committee formed to hear complaints of discrimination or harassment brought against faculty members pursuant to the University’s Policy on Discrimination and Harassment. Complaints to this committee must involve allegations of discrimination or harassment based on race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, veteran status, disability or genetic information. Appointed students are required to go through training. This committee meets on an “as needed” basis.

Holocaust Memorial Lecture Committee 

The Committee’s purpose is to make recommendations concerning a speaker for the University’s annual lecture, inaugurated in 1989 by then-Chancellor William H. Danforth to commemorate the Holocaust and to address its broader implications for other instances of systematic persecution and mass murder. The lecture is part of the Assembly Series. This committee meets about 1x/year.

University Policy and Practice Affecting Students With Disabilities

The purpose of the committee is to advise the staff of the Disability Resource Center and Facilities Planning and Management regarding Danforth Campus policies and practices affecting students with disabilities and to make recommendations related to grievances brought by students with disabilities or other concerned parties. This committee meets on an “as needed” basis.

Click here to find the Application for all three committees

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Sunday, September 23rd, at 11:45 PM

Please note that you can apply for and serve for more than one committee. If you have any questions, please reach out to Grace Egbo at ude.l1539725080tsuw.1539725080us@tn1539725080edise1539725080rp1539725080

Game Day Committee

Hi everyone! Thanks so much for supporting WashU Athletics and coming to Game Day last weekend!

With such a great turnout, we’re looking to get more tailgates on the calendar during this football season and throughout the rest of the academic year! Student Union is currently putting together a Game Day Committee to help plan future tailgates.

Please fill out this form by 11:59PM on September 20th if you’re interested in getting involved. Reach out to Charlotte Pohl ( ude.l1539725080tsuw.1539725080us@gn1539725080immar1539725080gorp1539725080) with any questions. Go bears!