Student Government, Inc. (SGI) is the official representative of the undergraduate student body on the Queens campus of St. John’s University and the parent organization of all undergraduate student organizations on campus.

SGI membership consists of an Executive Board, elected Representatives, and appointed Committee Chairs. The Executive Board, which is elected by the entire student body, is made up of a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Senior Senator, Junior Senator, and Sophomore Senator. There are currently twenty-four (24) elected representatives – two full time undergraduate students from each class within each college. These representatives are responsible for communicating the concerns and needs of students from the class that they represent. Lastly the committees of SGI provide the students of St. John’s University with programs and services. There are eleven (15) standing Committees of SGI, all with a chair(s) and a co-chair(s).









Not only does Student Government, Inc. represent YOU, it is also responsible for the coordination and regulation of the undergraduate student activities and organizations on campus; while allocating funds from the Student Activity Fee to various student organizations, SGI committees & College representative programming, student development projects as well as community building, service-focused and social activities.

Student Government Inc.’s meetings are open to all interested parties where many topics vital to the future of student activities and organizations at St. John’s are discussed in an open forum and voted on by the floor of Student Government. Please note that all meetings and events are subject to change.

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