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  • 2021 ASCE Election Results

  • By a vote of 66.5% in favor and 33.5% against, the membership also defeated the proposed constitutional amendment intended to allow Student Members the right to vote. Amendments to the constitution require the affirmative vote of two-thirds (2/3) of those members voting.

    If you have questions regarding the election results, please contact Patty Montgomery, Managing Director of Executive and Board Operations, at 703-295-6101 or

    Region Result
    Technical Region Director-Elect
    1 Governors-Elect
    2 Governor-Elect
    3 Director-Elect Governor-Elect
    4 Director-Elect Governors-Elect
    5 Governors-Elect
    6 Governors-Elect
    7 Governors-Elect
    8 Director-Elect Governors-Elect
    9 Governor-Elect
    10 Governors-Elect
  • Constitutional amendment

    The ASCE Board of Direction received for first consideration and discussion at its July 2020 meeting a Constitutional amendment that would allow ASCE Student Members the right to vote. As required by the governing documents, the amendment was presented for second reading consideration at the October 2020 meeting. The Board of Direction APPROVED the amendment by two-thirds vote and RECOMMENDS approval by the Society’s membership.

    The amended Constitutional language is as follows:

    2.0 Grades and Qualifications.  Membership in the Society is available worldwide to civil engineers, civil engineering students, and other persons similarly qualified in another branch of engineering or in an allied profession. The voting membership grades of the Society shall be Student Member, Affiliate Member, Associate Member, Member, Fellow, Distinguished Member, and President-Emeritus. The non-voting membership grade of the Society shall be Student Member. The rights, privileges, responsibilities and qualifications of membership shall be set forth in the Society’s Bylaws and/or other appropriate governing documents.

  • Daily Participation Rates

    Following is a daily update of member participation in the 2021 election compared to the same time in 2020.

  • How to Vote in the Election

  • Duties for Elected Office

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  • Terms of Office

  • Time and Financial Requirements

  • When to Declare Intent to Seek Office