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Meet your representatives, and learn how SA works! Student Assembly has both an EXECUTIVE branch (Cabinet); a LEGISLATIVE branch (Senate); and a JUDICIAL branch (Review Board). Below are brief descriptions of how these branches work and links to the current representatives.

  • Appointed branch of SA, except for the President and Vice President
  • Secretaries head Departments that work to forward the initiatives and priorities of the Student Assembly
  • Each Department has one secretary and multiple undersecretaries, who are appointed by the President
  • Secretaries and undersecretaries do not have voting powers in the Student Assembly Senate
  • The Cabinet is composed of the President, Vice President, Chief of Staff and the Secretaries of the various departments. They focus on "big picture" projects

Executive Branch Members

  • Legislative branch of Student Assembly
  • Each undergraduate class has one president and four senators elected to serve as class representatives within the student government
  • Each Graduate School has representatives appointed to serve as the graduate representatives within the student government
  • Charged with representing students and passing legislation that benefits the student body
  • Each senator serves on two committees


Review Board
  • Judicial Branch of SA
  • Review Board members are appointed 
  • works to provide advisory opinions and hear cases regarding the SA constitution

Review Board