Student Government

Student Government


The Student Government Association is a student council comprised of an executive board and class representatives elected by their peers to represent the student body. The role of the Student Government Association is to take upon itself a special responsibility to uphold the proper balance of intellectual, spiritual, social and physical development of the Student Body, always guided and directed by the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church. (Preamble of the Student Government Constitution)

"We can start our own traditions," says 2013 graduate and student government president Zach Crockett, who recalls the All Saints Day celebration, where the focus is on AMU's Catholic identity. Students attend Mass together, and the community gathers for dunk tanks, slip-n-slides, and a pig roast.

The Student Government is designed to listen to and address the needs of the student body. Student Government is also responsible for funding the Student Activities Board, student events, and clubs and organizations, including households and ministries. As such, students are encouraged to visit the Student Government office to propose suggestions or ask questions, which is located in the Student Lounge on the first floor of the Student Union.

Message from the Student Body President

For information on how to submit bills, contact SGA, and SGA activities, please visit our website:

SGA Website