USUAA Representatives

There are four (4) student Representatives in the USUAA Assembly.  

  • Club Council
  • Graduate Student Association
  • Greek Council
  • Residence Hall Association 

Representatives are similar to Senators but are appointed by their respective student organization to represent the specific needs of that student population. Representatives are responsible for researching, drafting, and voting on legislation dealing with student issues in order to enhance the quality of education and life for both current and future UAA students.

Contact the student organization directly for information on how to become a representative.


Serving as a USUAA Representative is a honor, not only are you representing a particular organization and population, but also the student body through USUAA. This position requires time, dedication, and a desire to serve UAA. Students interested in joining USUAA as representatives should keep in mind the following:

  • Serve on a minimum of one (1) Standing Committees of USUAA, appointed by Rules Committee.
  • Attend all USUAA Assembly meeting (every Friday at 3pm while classes are in session). At the Assembly, they are responsible for reporting about organization activities.
  • Attend all meetings of the organization they serve. At those meetings, they are responsible for reporting about USUAA activities.
  • Maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA at UAA.
  • Have working knowledge of USUAA Constitution and Bylaws.
  • Represent the UAA student body ethically. 

Representative Service Award

Representatives receive a service award for their contributions to USUAA and the UAA student body throughout the year. Awards are given at the end of fall and spring semester.  

To be eligible, representatives must

  • Complete the USUAA Leadership Inventory (assessment conducted twice per semester).
  • Have not been removed by the organization that they represent.
  • Attend the current semester's USUAA Retreat, unless excused by Rules Committee.