The Atelier Nomination Period is officially open. If you or someone you know is a motivated BAC student in good academic standing and wants to get involved, now is that chance! You can nominate yourself or someone else can nominate you.
All nominations must be emailed to Arlen Stawasz (current Past President) at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday April 13th at 5 pm!
Nominations Must Include:
-Name of Nominator
-Name of Nominee
-Degree Program of Nominee
-Semester at the BAC
-100 word maximum nominations statement explaining why this person is a good candidate.
Candidates will also be expected to write an official campaign statement by Friday April 13th that lays out a campaign platform, and more specifics about why the candidate should be elected, etc.
Candidates will be invited to attend the First Friday on Friday April 6 at 6:30 pm in Charley's to meet your potential voters.
-President (1 positions)
-Vice President (1 positions)
-Secretary (1 positions)
-Treasurer (1 positions)
-Student Representative (5 positions)
Candidate Eligibility Criteria
-Current BAC Student who has been enrolled in degree programs at the BAC for a minimum of two consecutive semesters prior to taking office.
-Be in good academic standing with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
-Must not be an officer of another recognized student organization on campus by the first day of the semester in which your term begins.
-Must maintain Practice compliance. All modes of Practice assessment, such as skill level, must be up to date.
-Candidates must not be delayed in the portfolio review sequence and schedule, meaning a student's path to graduation is not being delayed by the submission or re-submission of a portfolio.
-President - Candidates for the President position must have served at least one full term as an elected member of Atelier prior to running for President.
Friday April 13
Extended deadline for nominations
Monday April 9
Official Campaigning Begins
Wednesday April 18 - Monday April 30
Wednesday May 2
Winners Announced Via Student Development Blog