USUAA Student Government provides opportunities to develop leadership and advocacy skills while representing student interests and needs. USUAA members make a difference on campus by giving input on policies, procedures, and programs. USUAA helps coordinate several campus activities to build a broader sense of community and belonging at the university. Members serve on boards, committees, and special task groups that help make policy decisions and recommendations which affect students, faculty, and administration.
Become involved with Student Government and increase personal growth, learn how to work together in teams, gain problem solving skills, and practice citizenship through community engagement and advocacy.
Run for Election
Students interested in holding positions in USUAA may run for election. Elections are held each year in the spring semester. See USUAA Elections to learn more.
Students may also be appointed to certain positions by the USUAA President. See Presidential Appointments for more information.