The University of Florida Student Government, established in 1909, exists to represent and act in the interests of the students. Student Government (SG) has created an academic and extracurricular environment benefiting students through its programs and works to sustain and improve them each year. SG’s power is balanced among three branches: Executive, Legislative, and Judicial.
There are a wide variety of ways to get involved in Student Government at the University of Florida. Between the three branches, Student Government provides opportunities for students to gain experience and make a difference on campus according to individual interests and skills.
Student Government elections are conducted each year: once during the Fall Semester and once during the Spring Semester. For more information please see the Elections page.
There is a variety of student organizations on campus that fit a wide range of interests. View the GatorConnect organization directory and see what opportunities are available.
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