(Sept. 12, 2011) -- The UTSA Student Government Association (SGA) will conduct Fall Elections Sept. 13-14. Students can access the ballot and vote online 24 hours a day via the ASAP online system.
This is an opportunity to elect senators to be the voice for student views and concerns to the UTSA administration and the community. Students can make their voices heard and cast their ballots for the SGA senator who will represent them and their college.
In addition to the SGA elections, students also can vote on a proposal to increase the transportation fee from $20 per semester (fall and spring) to $40 per semester (fall and spring), and $20 per summer session for 2012 and 2013 and to $42 per semester (fall and spring) and $21 per summer session for 2014 and 2015, and to $44 per semester (fall and spring) and $22/summer session for 2016 and 2017.
Once the polls are closed, students cannot cast a ballot – no late voting – so, it is imperative that votes are cast Sept. 13-14.
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