2015 Associate Director & Director Application
Apply to be a part of Purdue Student Government for 2015!
Applications can be scanned and submitted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or turned into the Purdue Student Government Office in Krach Leadership Center, Room 270 by Friday, September 4th at 5:00 pm.
Purdue Student Government is a student-run and operated organization that represents the student body by advocating student issues and concerns. PSG serves as the bridge between the student body and the greater Purdue community. Purdue Student Government is charged with allocating funding in a rigorous, neutral, and fair manner. Student organizations are thus asked to submit a detailed application to allow PSG to accurately evaluate the financial circumstances of your organization and the qualifications of the request. Since funding is limited, Purdue Student Government prefers to support organized groups with well-planned events. Through Senate co-sponsorships, we will work with you to aid your organization with finances. Check out our website for a list of Senators!
The application for the Purdue Student Supreme Court Clerk is now available. Please fill out the document and send it to email@example.com. This is due on Tuesday, September 8th at 6:00 pm.
2013-2014 Associate Member Application
An undergraduate student can become an Associate Member two ways. If the student applies to be a member of PSG when applications for Director and Associate Director are closed, then the individual is eligible to be an Associate Member. If the student applies for the Director and Associate Director positions when the positions are open, the student will be evaluated for those positions. If the student does not receive an offer to join as a Director or Associate Director, then that student will be offered an Associate Member position.
As an Associate Member, you have the opportunity to prove you are committed to Purdue Student Government and improving the college experience for all students. If you successfully do this, then you may be promoted to a Director or Associate Director position.