The SPS National Council Elections End this Friday!
Ballot Deadline: May 6
Voting for representatives to serve on the 2016-2017 SPS National Council ENDS Friday, May, 6 at midnight. Votes are submitted by chapter—be sure to submit a vote on your chapter’s behalf by midnight, May 6. The vote should be the consensus of the chapter. Your voice counts when it comes to SPS & Sigma Pi Sigma programs.
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