Fall Elections

There are numerous positions open for the Fall Elections, to be held on October 6-7! Nominations open on September 14.

  • Ombudsperson (1)
  • Business Rep (1)
  • Arts Rep (2)
  • Veterinary MedicineRep (1)
  • Mathematics and Computational Sciences Rep (1)
  • Senate Rep (3)
  • Graduate Senate Rep (1)
  • Nursing Rep (1)
  • First-Year Rep (1)
  • Residence Rep (1)
  • Board of Governors Rep (1)

Apply for Council here

Graduating?  There are also positions open for the Grad Class Executive Team!

  • President
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary
  • Vice President

Apply to be a Grad Class Executive here

Fall 2020 Election Dates:

Nominations: September 14th to 25th

Campaigning Period: September 25th to October 6th

Online Voting via myUPEI: October 6th and 7th

Note: No person having been removed from a Council position by impeachment shall be eligible for nomination to any council position for two years following his/her impeachment.

To view your current executives and councillors, please visit our People page.

Click here to view the 2020 Fall General Election Nomination Package

Click here to view the Elections and Referenda By-Law

Contact: Chief Returning Officer, cro@upeisu.ca


Introducing Simply Voting:

This is the software used by UPEI to conduct online voting. It makes voting more convenient, less costly and friendlier on the environment.

How Simply Voting works:

  1. Access your voting page by the link on the homepage of myUPEI, or access the link directly to get back to the welcome page. Then, submit your Elector ID (UPEI username) and Password (UPEI Pin).
  2. If your login was successful, you will be shown a menu listing all current ballots in which you are eligible to vote. If you have not yet voted, you may click on the ballot name and an electronic ballot will appear.
  3. Once you submit a ballot, the results are encrypted and stored in a database. Your Elector ID is then flagged as “voted” and will not be eligible to vote on this ballot again.

Privacy and Information:

Simply Voting was designed from the ground-up to eliminate the risk of electoral fraud. Voters who bypass authentication or have already voted are denied access to the ballot, and ballots are checked for validity before being accepted. Nobody could ever find out what a particular voter has voted as the results are stored anonymously.

Communication between your computer and our website is encrypted with TLS 1.2. Our servers are “hardened” and are routinely subjected to PCI Compliance security scans. Our application code adheres to guidelines set out by the Open Web Application Security Project.

For more information:

Please contact vessey@upei.ca

Past Candidates’ Posters

Below you will be able to see posters from past years’ candidates! Keep note of how they were designed, we are sure you’ll come up with even more creative and new designs!

Click on the image for better resolution!

Phone: 902.566.0530
Fax: 902.566.0530
W. A. Murphy Student Centre
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