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UNF Student Government

Your Voice. Your Campus. Your Student Government.


Welcome to Student Government at the University of North Florida. We are comprised of members devoted to serving the student body with pride and excellence. We actively work to meet the needs of students and to enhance the quality of campus life. We do this through hosting a variety of programs and funding student organizations. We also represent the student body on a local and state level.


Do you want to make a difference by working in one of our SG Agencies?  Apply to work in our Lend-a-Wing/Lend-a-Fit or Osprey Involvement Center. If interested, you may apply here.


Do you want to make a lasting impact on the UNF community during your time here as a student? Apply for a position in Student Government to make your voice heard and help your fellow students! The Chief of Staff and Graphic Designer positions are currently open and the applications can be found on Perch Portal.


Do you want to represent your 16,000 fellow Ospreys, discuss relevant issues, and vote on legislation?


Apply to be appointed as a Senator!


 Senator Application

Do you want to help students by practicing unbiased decision making in a courtroom setting?


Apply to be appointed as an Associate Justice!


Associate Justice Application

Do you want to be responsible for the production and maintenance of all Student Government Elections?

Apply to be the Supervisor of Elections!

Supervisor of Elections Application

Upcoming Meetings

 Time       Meeting  Location   Documents Date Posted 
4:00 PM
Elections 101

 *The links to meeting documents will take you directly to the Student Government Perch Portal, where students and university employees can log in and access them. If you cannot access the Perch Portal or would like to request a record that is no longer on the Perch Portal, please submit a request for the document in writing to the Student Government Advisor, Victoria Shore, at The Student Government Advisor shall fulfill the request in a reasonable amount of time as dictated by Florida Public Records Law, Chapter 119.*