Election result announcement delayed for Board of Governors and Senate

No official comment from SFU at time of publication

SFU students are still waiting for the results of the Board of Governors and Senate elections

By: Gurpreet Kambo, News Editor

UPDATED 20/02/2020: Electoral Officer Steven Noel responded to The Peak‘s inquiry with the following statement: “There are some issues being considered by the Electoral Standing Committee. I do not have a time frame for when results will be released.”


The announcement of the results of SFU’s 2020 Board of Governors and Senate elections have been delayed. According to an email that was sent out to all SFU students, the results were to be released as of February 18, 2020 — however, they have yet to be posted. The Peak has followed up with Electoral Officer Steven Noel for comment on the delay of the results.

The election had six candidates for two positions on Board of Governors (one graduate and one undergraduate), and 25 candidates for 16 positions on Senate. Voting occured from February 11 to February 14, 2020. 

This article will be updated pending response from SFU and/or the release of the election results.