Join Student Government
The Voice of the Student Body
Whether it's funding a major campus capital project or partnering with senior institutional leadership on initiatives, Student Government is the forefront of campus leadership and service.
Members of the executive branch are administrators, working within the institution's structure to make change and strengthen the student experience.
The executive branch consists of the offices of the Student Body President, who oversees the entire organization and represents the student body to Baylor's senior leadership, and the Student Body External Vice President, who works to represent student needs outside the university. Both positions have a number of leadership roles beneath them where you can serve.
Student Senate functions as the legislative branch of Student Government, focusing on passing legislation that advises university policy and practice, and allocating nearly $400,000 each year to campus projects, programs, and initiatives
The legislative body is comprised of 52 senators elected by the student body to represent each class. Within Student Senate, these members are separated into five standing committees: Academic Affairs, Campus Improvements and Affairs, Finance, Operations and Procedures, and Public Relations.
Senate meets every Thursday evening, at 5:00 PM.
Student Court is the judicial branch of Student Government. It is composed of seven justices and two court clerks. Student Court interprets the official documents of Student Government and settles disputes among students and organizations. It also hears appeals concerning Baylor traffic tickets issued on campus.