There are many opportunities to get involved in Student Government. We encourage you to contribute ideas, share your unique perspective and opinions, and take part in making a difference on-campus. The voice of our student body is essential for our Student Government to function effectively. For more information about us, you are welcome to contact our office or stop by and chat with your representatives in person; we are always looking for new students who want to get involved with Student Government.
Applications for the DuPilka-Bermudez Administration Executive positions are now closed. Applicants, please check you emails for further instructions on the hiring process. For those interested in other open positions within Student Government, please check our homepage or scroll down this page for more information and applications.
Elections are held for positions within Student Government. For any questions, please contact the Elections Commissioner: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Executive Branch works to address student concerns on campus. The Executive Branch is comprised of the Student Body President and Student Body Vice President, Executive Cabinet, and Executive Agencies.
The purpose of the Executive Cabinet is to advise the Student Body President and Vice President on general matters and to assist in the coordination of the Executive Branch. The main duties of the Cabinet are to complete any initiatives, projects, events, and other tasks deemed necessary by the President.
An agency is an administrative division of the Executive Branch created to provide support, entertainment, and resources to all A&S Fee paying UNF students.
To learn more about our agencies, click any one of the images below:
The Student Senate is composed of 40 senatorial seats, of which 20 are Fall seats and 20 are Spring seats. Senators are charged with the great responsibility of serving as a voice of the student body and representing the best interests of the student in both fiscal and statutory matters. More specifically, Senators have the ability to allocate the $4.5 million dollar Activity and Service fee budget, draft legislation, amend or create statutes, and vote on both fiscal and legislative bills.
The Legislative Cabinet is comprised of four Senators elected by their peers to serve as chairs of the four Senate committees and the Senate Secretary. These committees are Budget and Allocations, Constitution and Statutes, Government Oversight, and University and Student Affairs. The Cabinet is headed by the Senate President and the Senate President Pro-Tempore, who also serves as the chairperson for the Constitution and Statutes Committee.
Senators can either be elected to serve during the Fall or Spring Elections, or be appointed to open seats between elections. If you have any questions regarding the Senator appointment process, please contact the Government Oversight Chair at email@example.com or call (904) 620-2750. Senator Appointment Application
*Guests are always welcome to attend Senate and Committee meetings, and are encouraged to make announcements or ask questions at the beginning of each meeting during the 'Public Remarks' section. Visit the Senate Schedule page to see when the next Legislative meeting will be.*
The Student Government Supreme Court consists of nine justices. Out of those nine, a Chief Justice is elected annually to preside over the Court, along with a Deputy Chief Justice to assist. It is the duty of the Supreme Court to interpret the Student Government Constitution and Statutes. They also settle disputes or complaints that student may have with Student Government, its agencies, and SG funded clubs. The Supreme Court is the final say on issues of noncompliance, judicial complaint, or impeachment. Members gain important experience in the areas of due process and proper judicial procedure. They also represent the student body on the Academic Appeals Committee, Student Conduct, Parking Appeals Board, J-hold and Fee Appeal Committees.
We currently have an open Associate Justice position. To apply, please fill out the application and follow its instructions; for questions, contact the Chief Justice at (904) 620-2750. Associate Justice Application