Associated Student Government

The Associated Students’ Government (ASG) is the students’ governing body and promotes student affairs and the general welfare of the student body. It also addresses student concerns and/or complaints regarding any campus issue. ASG works to be the voice of students and to make students aware of administrative decisions on campus by having Senators as representatives on most of the boards and committees on campus.

ASG functions through three branches of government: Legislative, Executive, and Judicial. The Legislative branch, the ASG Senate, is composed of 14 senators elected from the student body. It is presided over by the Vice President. The Executive branch consists of the President and the Vice President. The Judicial branch is composed of up to five justices, one of whom is designated the chief justice. The senate meets weekly. Contact (719) 549-2151 for more information.