The IU Student Government Supreme Court certified the 2021-22 congressional election results Thursday evening.
Students cast ballots through IUSG’s “Approval Voting” system, which allowed voters to approve more than one candidate when appropriate, according to a document from Brennan Murphy, IUSG Supreme Court chief justice. Students were limited to voting for candidates in the schools, programs and residential situations they are in, according to the document.
Students also voted on a referendum of an IUSG Constitution amendment. The amendment was ratified with 1,256 students voting in favor, 155 opposed and 367 abstained, according to the document.
The scholastic representatives are:
College of Arts & Sciences:
Jacobs School of Music:
Kelley School of Business:
O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs:
School of Education:
Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering:
School of Public Health:
The University Graduate School:
Maurer School of Law:
The School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Optometry and School of Social Work had no candidates, leaving their seats vacant, according to the document.
The residential representatives are:
Sorority and Fraternity Housing:
Apartment and Family Housing: