Election Information

2024-25 SPSA Executive Council Election

As a student governed organization, the SPSA requires dedicated and passionate students who have a desire to improve the student experience. Nominations for the SPSA Executive Council Election are open February 26 – March 8, 2024. Students who are interested in the upcoming election are encouraged to check out the the SPSA Election Guide.

Nominations Open – February 26 – 8:00am CST
Nominations close – March 8 – 4:00pm CST
All Nominees’ Meeting – March 11 – 12:00pm and 4:30pm CST – Via Zoom
Signature Collection – March 12 – 13
Campaign Period – March 14 – 21
Election Day – March 21 – 8:00am – 8:00pm CST

Voting in the 2024-25 SPSA Executive Election will be open March 21, 2024 from 8:00am – 8:00pm CST.  Valid Sask Polytech students will receive a digital ballot sent to their Sask Polytech email.  This ballot cannot be forwarded on and can only be used once. If you do not receive a ballot to your Sask Polytech email, please email spsa@spsa.ca no later than 12pm on March 21, 2024 to request a ballot.

VP Finance
VP Moose Jaw
VP Prince Albert
VP Regina
VP Saskatoon

All positions are for the 2024-25 academic year. Terms run May 1, 2024 – April 30, 2025.

Executive Election Results

The SPSA held the Executive Council Election on March 21, 2024 from 8am – 8pm CST. Below are the results.

Abhishek Jain
SPSA President Elect

40.48% in support of candidate.

Soniya Shetty
SPSA VP Finance Elect

55.60% in support of candidate.

Altaf Iqbal Mansuri
SPSA VP Moose Jaw Elect

56.46% in support of candidate.

Harishgowtham Shanmugam
SPSA VP Prince Albert Elect

50.85% in support of candidate.

Vihang Sadhu
SPSA VP Regina Elect

50.51% in support of candidate.

Kriztel Sayana
SPSA VP Saskatoon Elect

45.45% in support of candidate.

Campus Representative Appointments

Each academic year there are three Campus Representative positions available at each of the four Sask Polytech locations. Campus Representative positions are appointed through an application and interview process administered by the Executive Council. The role of a Campus Representative is to act as visionaries in the development and improvement of student services and in creating an inclusive and healthy campus community atmosphere. The Campus Representatives also solicit feedback and information on student issues and trends.

Campus Representative Applications are now closed. We thank all those who applied, however only those applicants meeting the required qualifications will be contacted for an interview.