How Students Voted

All UH students were able (and encouraged) to vote.
All they needed was their UH PeopleSoft ID number.


Where Students Voted

Campus Recreation and Wellness Center – UH Wellness
Cougar Place – Lobby
MD Anderson Library – 24-hour Lounge
Melcher/Business – First Floor Lounge
Moody Towers – Adjacent to the AC Office / Commons
PGH – South Hall Lobby
Oberholtzer Hall – Adjacent to the Front Desk
Science and Engineering Research Complex (SERC) – Entrance Lobby
University Center – South Entrance (ATM side)
University Center Satellite – Adjacent to Games Room and C-Store


When Students Voted

8a.m. to 7p.m. on
Tuesday, November 18 and Wednesday, November 19


What is a Student Referendum?

A referendum is defined as “the principle or practice of referring measures
proposed or passed by a legislative body to the vote of the electorate for
approval or rejection” (dictionary.com). 

Consequently, a Student Referendum is the opportunity for
all UH students to vote for or against an initiative –
in this case the UC Transformation Project.


SGA Bill Authorizing a Student Referendum

The Student Government Association voted unanimously
on September the 24, 2008 to support
UB45007: A University Bill to Authorize a University Center Student Fee Referendum.

The bill is provided here for your reference.