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. Positions are currently available on The Opportunity Fund, Constitutional Council, Engage 360, Engineering Council, Diversity Affairs Council, and ArtSci Council
The Opportunity Fund
This semester, Student Union is starting the Opportunity Fund, a resource meant to help students of all socioeconomic statuses have the opportunity to participate in the activities WashU offers. This task force is a group of student representatives who will design and oversee the fund.
We are looking for dedicated individuals to join our team, specifically someone to take on a leadership position and serve as the Operations Chair. This position will work to oversee the day-to-day operations of the Opportunity Fund.
Thank you for your interest in joining this important initiative! We look forward to meeting with you.
You can find the application for the Opportunity Fund here
Constitutional Council is the main body of the Student Union Judicial Branch. It is comprised of four Associate Justices, one or two Alternate Justices, and one Chief Justice. It is mainly an internal body, concerned with deliberating on grievances submitted by members of the student body, writing opinions on our decisions, updating and interpreting the Student Union Constitution and Statutes, and monitoring the activities of the other branches of Student Union to ensure that they adhere to the Student Union Constitution and Statutes. Constitutional Council positions are lifetime appointments and seats become available when a Justice graduates, goes abroad, or steps down.
The application is due by midnight on September 23rd.
Engage 360 is Student Union’s service-minded branch and lead monthly service trips to a diverse range of St. Louis-based non-profit organizations. We are looking for motivated students who are committed to serving members of the St. Louis community alongside their fellow WashU peers and to build our volunteer base. You can find the application to join the Executive Board, here.
Please contact co-presidents Nick Kosinski ( ude.l1506099838tsuw@1506099838iksni1506099838sokn1506099838) or Chris Zhang ( email@example.com) if you are interested in joining us at our next GBM or on our next service trip!
Are you interested in getting involved within your engineering community? Actively communicating with the faculty and staff of the school? Or just looking to have fun on a Wednesday night at 9pm? If your answer was yes to any of those, EnCouncil welcomes you! Our goal is to enhance your engineering experience. We invite companies to campus, facilitate communication with department heads, and host study breaks for that much needed stress relief. Upcoming on our calendar is Vertigo, the much anticipated school-wide rave in November, and we are looking for all the help that we can get! Our next meeting will be Wednesday, September 20th at 9pm in Simon 023.
For more details on EnCouncil, meetings, and events, please visit https://encouncil.wustl.edu.
Diversity Affairs Council
The Diversity Affairs Council’s mission is to foster a more inclusive campus community by encouraging student group collaboration, promoting productive dialogue around issues of diversity, and advocating on behalf of all student voices. We are looking to fill the following positions:
Committee Members (2)
Director of Public Relations
Director of Community Outreach
You can access the application through this link:
If you have any questions please email ude.l1506099838tsuw.1506099838us@ca1506099838d1506099838 !
Join ArtSci Council! The Arts and Sciences College Council is currently seeking individuals enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences with a interest in providing academic, social and career resources to ArtSci students to serve on the council exec board. ArtSci Council will be hosting interviews for those interested in serving as VP of Programming or VP of Administration. As a member of the ArtSci Council, representatives would be tasked with gathering constituent concerns about programs such as Core Curriculum, faculty student relations and interdisciplinary studies and realizing improvements to ArtSci student interests via career speakers, social events and dialogues with ArtSci administration members.
Interested in joining ArtSci Council, or have any more questions? Email Ude.l1506099838tsuw.1506099838us@li1506099838cnuoc1506099838icstr1506099838A1506099838