A sampling of questions often posed by voters and prospective candidates.

Q: Can I vote as a student abroad?

Yes, every currently enrolled student is eligible to vote. In the case of voting difficulties arising due to being in a foreign country, you may email your vote to the Elections Head(s) or a member of the Elections Board.

Q: Can I change my vote?
A: No. Once your ballot has been cast, you are not allowed to change your vote.

Q: Is there any way I can miss the mandatory candidates’ events and still be eligible to run?
A: No. Unless you contact the Elections Head(s) or a member of the Elections Board with a legitimate excuse at least 24 hours prior to the event, you must attend. If you miss the Candidates’ Forum and have submitted a timely and legitimate excuse, you must still answer all questions that were posed to the candidates running for the same position. If you do not answer the questions by the deadline set by the Elections Head(s), you will be disqualified.

Q: How do I vote?

A: Voting takes place on Moodle. Once you have logged in using your Bryn Mawr username and password, select “Organizations” from the left hand toolbar, then select “SGA (Self-Government Association).” Click on your class ballot for the current elections cycle and vote! For more information on voting, including the times at which it will take place, refer to the “Procedures” and “Current Elections” portions of this site.

HOWEVER, voting will be change as of the Fall Elections of 2016. Stay tuned for more information under our announcements section.