The Student Assembly is charged with examining matters of interest to the undergraduate student community, and making proposals to the appropriate officers or decision-making bodies of the University.
The SA represents the undergraduate student population with an elected body of twenty members, and deals with quality of life issues relating to undergraduate students, making sure that student issues are heard and addressed. The assembly has legislative authority over the policies of the Office of the Dean of Students and the Department of Campus Life, and establishes the undergraduate Student Activity Fee and guidelines for its distribution. Meetings are open to the public. Attend in person or join via Zoom.
Cornell Campus Reopening Town Hall
Video and transcripts from the Cornell Campus Reopening Town Hall, hosted by the Office of Student Government Relations, on July 13, 2020.
Office of the Student Advocate Recommendations on Community Life
Review and comment on the Office of the Student Advocate Recommendations for Community Life.
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Catherine Grace Huang
Laila M Abd Elmagid
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Representative
Minority Students Liaison At-Large
Morgan Hope Baker
College of Arts and Sciences Representative
Uchenna Kelechi Chukwukere
Executive Vice Chair, University Assembly
Patrick Joseph Mehler
Actions on the floor
SA R38 - Adding the Students with Disabilities Representative At-Large to the Diversity and Inclusion Committee
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Office of the Student Advocate
The Office of the Student Advocate is made up of undergraduate students acting as caseworkers in different fields to navigate issues including conduct violations, grade disputes, enrollment issues, financial aid problems, residency concerns, discrimination and harassment.
The Office of the Student Advocate can be reached via email at email@example.com.More Information Apply Now
Student Assembly Infrastructure Fund Commission
The Student Assembly Infrastructure Fund allocates roughly $75,000 every year to student-led infrastructure projects on Cornell's campus.More Information Apply Now
Office of Student Government Relations
Creation of the Office of Student Government Relations, which includes three branches: (1) City and Local Relations (currently the City and Local Affairs Committee of the Student Assembly), (2) State Government Relations, (3) Federal Government Relations.
The Office of Student Government Relations can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.More Information Apply Now