Make Your Voice Heard
Welcome to the University of Missouri’s election hub. Here you will find information about upcoming elections and votes. For questions please reach out to the individual contacts listed below. During open elections you can cast your vote.
Voting for LBC officers will start at 5pm on March 12 and end at 11:59pm on March 13.
The Missouri Students Association (MSA) holds campus wide elections twice a year during the fall and spring semesters. The MSA presidential election takes place each March and senatorial elections take place each November and March. Find out more about MSA Elections on their website.
The Graduate Professional Council (GPC) is the official student government for all graduate, professional, and post-baccalaureate students at MU. GPC elects its leadership through their General Assembly each spring. Find out how to get involved here.
The Legion of Black Collegians (LBC) is the black student government on MU’s campus. Each spring they elect new positions after the candidates are nominated and complete an application. For more information about LBC and their election, visit their website.
Occasionally, MSA and/or GPC holds special referendums on constitutional updates or student fees during the MSA elections.
All MSA/GPC elections and referendums are governed by the Board of Election Commissioners (BEC). Public rulings by the BEC and MSA Student Court can be found on their OrgSync page. All forms and governing documents can be found on OrgSync as well. Voting simply requires a pawprint and password.
Questions? 573-882-8585 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Next MSA Election: November (MSA Senate) and March (MSA Senate and Presidential)
Voting for both the Legion of Black Collegians’ Royalty Court and the Mizzou Alumni Association’s Homecoming Court royalty takes place each fall, usually in October. Information about both LBC’s Homecoming Week and the Mizzou Alumni Association’s Homecoming Week can be found on their websites.
Next Election: October
National, State and local elections require registering to vote ahead of time to have your vote counted. The Associated Students of the University of Missouri (ASUM) provides students with information about upcoming elections, holds voter registration drives, and lobbies Jefferson City on behalf of all MU and UM System students.
Questions? 573-882-8585 or email@example.com
Next Election: You can find dates for each election by visiting the State of Missouri’s website. Out of state students should check their state’s official election website.