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Unformatted text preview: The Associated Students of Saint Louis University Student Government Association welcomes you! Inside: Who we are… What we do… How YOU can get involved… Our Mission… To provide an open forum for dialogue and a voice for student opinions concerning the affairs of the University, involve students in a productive partnership of shared governance with the faculty, staff, and administration of the University; to promote the welfare and unity of the greater student community; to uphold the ideals and values of the Jesuit Catholic tradition, especially the ideal of “Men and Women for Others” What we do… The Student Government Association mimics the federal government in terms of structure. It is composed of an Executive Branch, a Legislative Branch, and a Judicial Branch. The student body elects the Executive Branch every spring. There are 7 members elected by the entire student body. These include the President, Vice President of Internal Affairs, Vice President of Student Organizations, Financial Vice President, Academic Vice President, Vice President of Diversity & Social Justice, and Vice...
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- Spring '11
- Government, Separation of Powers, President of the United States, Student Government Association, Students' union, National Union of Students of the United Kingdom, Students' unions