Get Involved

Run or apply for a position in the ASUN Student Government!

Modeled after the United States government, the undergraduate student government, ASUN, is comprised of three separate branches: the Executive Branch, the Legislative Branch and the Judicial Branch. Working harmoniously, these entities provide an unmatched co-curricular experience for University of Nevada, Reno students. 

Interested in running for office?

  • Filing opens to be announced.
  • Filing closes to be announced.

Candidate information

Download the candidate packet for the 2020 elections

  • Mandatory Candidates Meeting to be announced.
  • Primary Elections Withdrawal Deadline to be announced.
  • Campaigning Begins to be announced.
  • Campaign Deposit Due to be announced.
  • Budget Forms Due to be announced.
  • General Elections Withdrawal Deadline to be announced.
  • Mandatory Clean-Up to be announced.

Attend an ASUN Debate

  • Senator Debate to be announced.
  • Senator Debate to be announced.
  • Senator Debate to be announced.
  • Senator Debate to be announced. 
  • Primary Elections to be announced.
  • General Elections Debate to be announced. 

Vote for your ASUN Representatives!

ASUN Primary Elections will take place on March 3 and 4. General Elections will take place on March 10 and 11. Voting will take place in the Center for Student Engagement of the Joe (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) or via WebCT.

Don't want to run for Office?

Students can also apply for appointed positions in March. Check the student employment website for specific positions.

Not ready to run or apply for office?

Get your feet wet by participating in an ASUN internship program. Internship positions are available in various ASUN departments including the Senate, the Department of Programming, and Legislative Affairs. Positions are usually made available on the student employment website at the end of summer.