Purpose of a Bill: 

Bills are used to make changes on campus. They brought you expansions to Eco Adventure, funding for Fest of All, and the Free Print Lab. The bills are up to the Senate whether to pass or not pass. YOU as a student can make any change you want, BUT the change must be made by you. 

 

Types of Bills:

 

 Types of Bills

               Definition

 Example

          Templates

 

 

 

Simple Resolution

 

Simple Resolutions are an expression of the Senate or, are used to internally regulate the Senate Policies and Procedures.

 

 

 

 

SR-16S-2935

 
 

 

 
 

  

   

Senate Bill

 

 

 

A Senate Bill is a piece of legislation that calls for an amendment to the Statutes. If you are a student wishing to submit a travel or special request for funding, please visit the Business and Accounting Office.

 

 

 

SB-15SA-2871  

(Amends a Statute)

 

SB-16S-2957

(Travel Request - the B&A Chair writes this bill)





SB Template




Joint Resolution

 

 

 

 Joint Resolutions are resolutions showing the expressed opinions of the ENTIRE Student Government (Executive and Legislative Branches). 

 

 

 

 

 

JR- 15F-2914

 

 

 
 
 

 

 

Constitutional Referendum 

 

 

A Constitutional Referendum is a piece of legislation calling for an amendment to the Constitution. 

 

 

  

CR-16SB-2926  

 



CR Template   

 

 

Omnibus Bill

 

 

An Omnibus Bill is a piece of legislation that addresses multiple titles.

 

 

 

OB-16S-2944

 
 

 

Did you know:

  •  For more information on the steps your bill must take in order to become law, please follow this link: Process of Legislation.
  • Any UNF student can write a bill. 
    • In order for your bill to be heard and voted on in Senate, you must have a Senate Sponsor. If you are interested in having your own bill heard in Senate, contact the Senate President at : sgasp@unf.edu