2020 Commerce and Business Administration Senator Nominations

On behalf of the Commerce and Business Administration Faculty, CUS Elections is pleased to announce that we will be administering the 2020 Election for one (1) Commerce and Business Administration Senator.

The Senator fulfils the duties, responsibilities and obligations of the position of Student Senator as dictated by the rules and regulations governing the UBC Vancouver Senate, UBC’s highest governing academic body. They attend all UBC Senate meetings and Student Senate Caucus meetings and represents the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration at all Senate events. The Senator liaises with the university community, specifically the UBC President, Chancellor, Administration, and Board of Governors. Overall, the Commerce and Business Administration Senator will play a critical role in representing the entire faculty at a campus-wide level and will also be instrumental in bringing about long-lasting changes to the UBC community.

Nominations close on Friday, Feb 28 at 2 P.M. PST. Completed nomination forms must be returned to Brock Hall (instructions in the downloadable form attached to this page) before the deadline. For the position of Commerce and Business Administration Senator, we do NOT just accept candidates from the BCom. Program. Rather, candidates can also be members of the following programs:

1.BBRE (Bachelor of Business in Real Estate)
2.MBA (Master of Business Administration)
3.IMBA (International Master of Business Administration)
4.EMBA (Executive Master of Business Administration)
5.PMBA (Professional Master of Business Administration)
6.DULE (Diploma Program in Urban Land Economics)
7.DACC (Diploma in Accounting Program)
8.MBAN (Master of Business Analytics)
9.MM (Master of Management)
10.JD/MBA (Master of Business Administration and Law Degree)

Nomination Form

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the CUS Elections Committee Chairman (Aadim Rajan) at aadim.rajan@cus.ca. Alternatively, please keep an eye out for more information about an upcoming Information Session.