Nomination Deadline February 14, 2014

Join the APIRG board. Nomination deadline February 14 at 5pm. Board members: decided what projects to fund, run the library, manage staff members, do community outreach, learn about governance and social change and promote APIRG's awesomeness! Info Session February 5th at 12 pm at APIRG's office. More info at or email



Join the APIRG Board!!

Board Members
• decide what projects to fund
• run the APIRG library
• do community outreach
• manage staff members
• learn about governance and social change
• promote APIRG’s fabulousness!

Any U of A undergraduate student who has not opted out of the APIRG fee is eligible to run as a candidate for election to the Board. Board Member terms run from May 2014 to May 2015.

Nomination Deadline: Friday, February 14 @ 5:00 pm. 

Nomination package available in APIRG’s office in HUB mall or here

Not sure if you should run for the Board? Confused about how to fill out your nomination package? 
Come to the Elections Info Session on Wednesday, February 5 @ 12pm at the APIRG Office and get all your questions answered.

Important Election Dates 
February 6 @ 12pm Elections Info Session (APIRG Office)
February 15 @ 5pm Nomination Deadline
February 15 @ 5:30pm Candidate Meeting (APIRG Office): All candidates are required to attend.

February 24 – March 3 Campaigning Period
March 3 @ 12pm APIRG Candidates Forum
March 5 & 6 Voting Days

APIRG Elections will happen in tandem with the Students’ Union Elections. Undergraduates who have not opted out of the APIRG fee can vote online through the SU’s voting website or at polling stations in SUB. APIRG Community Members will be emailed log-in details and can vote at our office or online.

For more information, contact APIRG’s Chief Returning Officer, Evan Worman at 780-492-0614 or Or stop by the APIRG Office (9111 HUB Mall).

APIRG is located on Indigenous Territories and explicitly acknowledges that as we work towards identifying, challenging, and addressing intersections of oppression, it is critical to confront the ongoing practices of colonization of indigenous peoples and the land on which we live.