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Executive Branch

Office Hours:
President:  Monday-Thursday: 10:30-4:30pm
Vice President:  Monday: 11-3pm, Wednesday: 11-2pm, Thursday: 11-2pm
Comptroller Meetings:
Mondays: 12-1 pm
Tuesdays: 3-6 pm
Fridays: 12-6 pm


Agencies serve as administrative divisions of the Executive Branch, created to provide goods and/or services to the entire Student Body. The service shall be student-oriented and shall be available for use by all students.

The Register Student Organization Council oversees and represents all undergraduate clubs, graduate clubs, and Honor Societies. The RSOC shall be responsible for allocating funds to each organization, providing a structure for funding, and providing leadership to its member organizations.


Legislative Branch

Senate Delegations


Adrian Rodriguez
Aleck Estrada Arzamendi
Dylan Salem
Ian Lares-Chacin
Matthew Gaynor


Alexandra Miqueli
Alexandria Moore
Brian Fogel
Delano Cicconi
Kaitlyn Coll
Nathalie Mendoza- Salas
Nicolas Marquez
Samuel Morales
Sergio Morizot-Leite
Taylor Sokolosky
Tiara Campbell


Isabel Quintanilla
Rafael Moya-Palacios

Engineering & Computing

Fernando Melara
Francesca Casanova
Karina Hernandez
Sebastian Trevino


Tasheema Lewis

Honors College

Cassandra Soriano

Hospitality & Tourism Management

Grace Mccullough


Mia Rodriguez - MMC
Sofia Castillo - MMC
Vacant - BBC


Alexander Sutton
Kaily LaChapelle
Manuel Soltero

Lower Division

Zachary Stangl - MMC
John Boris - BBC

Nursing & Health Sciences

Kenrik Chirinos


Amanda Guerra

Public Health & Social Work

Matthew Micalizzi

Upper Division

Iara Raggio - MMC
Nathalie "Naty" Jusino - MMC
Vacant - BBC
Vacant - BBC

Medical School

Shebin George

Law School

Cole Sebastian

Judicial Branch

The Supreme Court is composed of a chief justice and four justices. The court shall interpret any provision of the constitution, and statutes within the sovereignty of Student Government. Repeal statutes that conflict with the provisions of this constitution as well as hear cases that fall under its jurisdiction. The court has the power to subpoena students or pertinent information for the purpose of testimony during hearings for SGA matters. Also, the court shall hear appeals on matters pertaining to elections violations.