Club election schedule

Written on October 8, 2015 by Campus Life in Geographic, Other Activities, Professional, Social, Sports

Oct 14 at 7 pm – Oct 18 at 11:59 pm

Current coordinators: decide the number of coordinators the club is going to have (a maximum of 6-8 coordinators is currently allowed), the coordinators staying for the next term of office and send their names to campus.life@ie.edu no later than 11:59 pm on Sunday, Oct 18th. Please remember that you always have to leave at least 3 positions available for new students to apply for.

New students and partners: prepare and send the nomination form for becoming a coordinator of the clubs of your interest to campus.life@ie.edu before 11:59 pm on Sunday, Oct 18th. Remember that you cannot be a coordinator of more than two clubs. Choose carefully!


Oct 19-20

Campus Life will revise the names of the previous club coordinators staying for the next term of office and the new candidatures received and:

  • Will announce the new boards for those clubs that have 6 or less participants;
  • Will inform the clubs with more than 6 participants about the necessity to organize elections in order to determine the new board. In case the club has decided to have 7 or 8 coordinators, the elections will only be needed if the number of new candidates and current coordinators staying for the next term of office exceeds 7 or 8.


Oct 21 – Oct 26

Oct 26th is the deadline for the new boards that do not have to organize elections to communicate the official roles each coordinator will be taking in the board to Campus Life.

Campus Life can book meeting rooms for the new boards when needed.


Oct 21 – Nov 6

Nov 6th is the deadline for the clubs that have to organize elections to communicate both the newly elected board and the roles of each coordinator to Campus Life.

The clubs that have to conduct elections are welcome to ask for Campus Life support. Campus Life can book rooms for meetings or the election itself, help the club to organize elections online (if online method is chosen), ensure the transparency of the process, communicate the election date to IE community, etc.


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