The Student Government Association is composed of an Executive Branch and a Legislative Branch. Every full-time student who has at least a 2.5 cumulative average (on the 4.0 system) has the privilege of seeking positions of leadership in the organization by either appointment or election. The Student Government Association is elected by the student body each spring according to the Governing Documents of the organization.
The Executive Branch consists of the President, Vice President, and the Cabinet – which includes the Chief of Staff, Treasurer, Secretary, all committee heads, and any other positions deemed necessary. The Student Government Executive Officers shall be elected for a one-year term by a majority of those voting in the Student Body Elections. The Executive Officers shall be chosen from the Student Body at large. The Student Body President and Vice President must have a 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) cumulative grade point average.
The Legislative Branch consists of the Student Senate, a body of elected student senators. The Student Senate serves as the supreme legislative authority of the Student Government Association. The Student Senate will be composed of student senators elected in processes outlined in the Electoral Code.
Freshman Senators (6 seats)
Md. Mushfique Rahman
Sophomore Senators (6 seats)
Waleed Kadi Hamman (Gov Ops Chair)
Junior Senators (6 seats)
Teresa Fernandez (Student Affairs Chair)
Senior Senators (6 seats)
Ranya Johnson (University & Community Relations Chair)
Alaqua Jacobs (Academic Affairs Chair)
Madison Schwenneker (Public Relations Chair)
William "Gabe" Hall
College of Arts and Sciences Senators (3 seats)
Kimberly Pelagio-Luis (Democratic Engagement Liaison)
College of Health Sciences Senators (2 seats)
Bryanton "Dre" Walker
School of Business Senator (1 seat)
School of Education Senator (1 seat)
Graduate School Senator (1 seat)