BSA Board Elections

What’s the big whoop about being on the Board?
Standing for election for the BSA Board is a great opportunity to have an impact on campus. It also gives you skills that will benefit you in the future.

The experience will help you develop practical skills in planning, management, negotiation and public speaking. Board training is part of the package and if you take on one of the major roles within the Board, there is an honorarium to help compensate for the increased time commitment.

Getting Nominated
Elections are held in September for positions for the following year and a By-Election is held each March to fill any vacant positions. Students must be a BSA member to nominate or be nominated for the Board. Any current La Trobe Bendigo student can vote in the elections.

Grab a nomination form from the BSA Info Desk and lodge it within the nomination period to officially throw your hat into the ring.

BSA Board Elections 2017
Nominations            22 Aug - 1 Sept 2016 (2pm)
Election voting        12 Sept - 15 Sept 2016

Voting Booths
Booths are located in the BSA Reception area from 10am -2pm daily within the voting period.

Election 2017 Results

Counting for the 2017 BSA Board Elections has been completed.  There were 118 votes lodged in total. 4 votes were invalid leaving 114 valid votes.

Calculating the quota of votes required to be elected to the Board was conducted as per resulting in the following candidates achieving sufficient number of votes to go forward as per
Three candidates received more than the required number of votes to be elected. All were contacted Thursday 15th September 2016 and have all formally accepted their elected positions. The newly appointed Board Directors for 2017 are as follows:

Board Directors Elect:
Harley Hayes
Charlotte Bodenhamer
Joseph Keily

Candidates Eliminated:
Lucas Cross
Jesse Munzel
Khyshie Tilak-Ramesh

Leah Milikins
Returning Officer