Led by the Chief Justice, the Judicial Branch consists of the Supreme Court, who serve as the hearing panel for any issues that may arise from the Program Assistance Fund and Campus Elections, and clerks, who help assist the Supreme Court as needed. The Judicial Branch meets every other Monday from 3-5pm.
- Chief Justice: Serves as the representative leader of the Judicial Branch, managing the Program Assistance Fund, and chairing all Supreme Court meetings.
- Responsibilities encompass ensuring Student Government is centered on the principles of Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Duties include but are not limited to acting as a liaison between Student Government and various DEI related individuals and entities.
- Work directly with the Supreme Court to assist in the administration of Campus Elections and the facilitation of the Program Assistance Fund. They are heavily involved in the behind the scenes work of Student Government.
- Made up of 7 justices, including the Chief Justice, who serve as the hearing panel for student organizations requesting funding through the Program Assistance Fund, disputes in the other two branches of Student Government, and any election code violations during Campus Elections.
Judicial Meeting Info
The Judicial Branch meets every Monday from 3 to 5 pm.