Associated Students of San Jose State University has been a student-owned and operated non-profit organization for over 100 years. We are committed to providing services and activities that enhance the opportunity to meet, recreate and maximize student life. Opportunities to get involved and obtain leadership skills are among our highest priorities.

The Associated Students (A.S.) Board of Directors represent the student body as their governing council. They are the voice of SJSU students and advocate on their behalf on campus, statewide and national issues affecting them.

All forms and documents can also be found at bit.ly/electionsimportantdocs
The elections timeline, documents and more information are found below.

Official Results of 2023 A.S. Elections [pdf]

2023/2024 Incoming A.S. Board

Students' Elections Commission

Spartan Head
Chief Elections Officer

Office Hours: 

Spartan Head
SEC Ethics Officers

Office Hours: 

Spartan Head

SEC Marketing Officer

Office Hours: 

Spartan Head

SEC Events Officer

Office Hours: 

SEC Advising Team

Parker Rugeley-Valle
SEC Advisor: Parker Rugeley(-Valle)

Leadership and Government Coordinator


Alexis Graesser
Leadership Development Coordinator, Student Involvement

Mira Hutton 
Associate Director of Student Conduct and Ethical Development

Kenne Jackson

Events Coordinator, Associated Students

Edilbert Signey
Edilbert Signey

Marketing & Communications Manager, Associated Students



Contact Us

A.S. Student Government Office,
Diaz Compean Student Union,
2nd Floor, Suite 2300
Telephone: (408) 924-6242

Elections Appeals Board

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A.S. Elections 2024: Important Documents

Events and Important Dates

Candidate Information Packet

Elections Regulation Manual (ERM) [pdf]

Candidate Expense Sheet

Prize Mechanics

Candidate Endorsements

Candidate Orientation and Ethics Video

Candidate Orientation and Ethics Video Quiz

Submit a Grievance

Voter Information Guide