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2015 Penn State Alumni Board of Trustee Member Elections

All Alumni of the Pennsylvania State University have the ability to vote in the Board of Trustee elections for Alumni seats each year. Alumni can make an impact and vote.

When are the elections?

The office of the Board of Trustees will email ballots to alumni on file beginning April 10, 2015. Voting will close at 9 a.m. (EDT) May 7, 2015.

Who can vote?
  • Individuals who received a degree (including an advanced degree from the University)
  • Former students who satisfactorily passed one semester’s or two terms’ work, or more, in any of the University courses in programs requiring two years or more for completion
  • Currently enrolled students are not eligible
How do I vote?

Click here to request a ballot.
Request a ballot
OR send an e-mail to BOT@psu.edu. Include the following information:

  • complete name at time of graduation (maiden name included)
  • year of graduation
  • college and major
  • current e-mail address (where you would like to receive ballots)
  • mailing address

Once your alumni record is qualified, a ballot will be sent to you electronically.

What if I don’t have internet access?

Alumni who have no internet access must call (814) 865-2521 and provide the following information:

  • complete name at time of graduation (maiden name included)
  • year of graduation
  • college and major
  • current e-mail address (where you would like to receive ballots)
  • mailing address

Once your alumni record is qualified, a ballot will be mailed to you.

Who are the PS4RS endorsed candidates?

The board of Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship is pleased to announce the endorsement of Robert J. Tribeck (1991) for 2015 alumni elected trustee, rounding out a PS4RS-endorsed slate which includes sitting trustees Anthony Lubrano (1982) and Ryan McCombie (1970).

Notably, Rob Tribeck is the principal author of the PS4RS Freeh Report Analysis and has served as co-chair of the PS4RS Legal Task Force. His letter of intent, biography and position statement are currently located under the “Notes” tab of the PS4RS Facebook page. We sincerely thank all 13 candidates who submitted letters of intent. Every one expressed unique experience, informed recommendations and incredible passion for Penn State, making the decision a difficult one. We applaud their interest in wanting to serve Penn State at the trustee level and encourage their involvement with all aspects of Penn State far into the future.

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