Student Government, Inc
SGI is responsible for the coordination and regulation of the undergraduate student activities and organizations on campus. SGI allocates funds from the Student Activity Fee to student organizations, SGI committees, college representative programming, and student development projects as well as to community building, service-focused, and social activities.
SGI membership consists of an Executive Board, elected Representatives, and appointed Committee Chairs. The elected members are responsible for communicating the concerns and needs of students from the class that they represent, while the committees of SGI provide the students of St. John's University with programs and services.
Want to Get Involved?
There are a many ways to get involved or learn more about SGI:
- Stop by the SGI Office, D'Angelo Center, Room 215
- E-mail us at email@example.com
- Call us at 718-990-1587
Connect with organizations, meet other SJU students, and explore our community.
The SGI E-Board is an elected body of students who represent the interests of undergraduate students.
College Reps communicate the concerns of their class and work with faculty and administrators.
An extension of the E-Board, there are 10 standing committees that perform various functions.
We are proud to offer our students a diverse array of organizations geared towards many interests.
As your representatives, we want to hear from you. Do you have a question, idea, or concern? Let us know.
How do I get involved? Can I attend SGI meetings? Who gets to vote? Who is SGI's advisor?