Get Involved with Student Government!
All graduate, professional, and undergraduate students are invited to take an active role in Student Government! Various positions include joining Student Senate, Government Relations Agencies, the Elections Commission, or the Communications Team. All opportunities to get involved are available via Garnet Gate!
All executive powers of the Student Government are vested in a student body president, student body vice president, speaker of the Student Senate, and student body treasurer who are elected by the student body each Spring semester.
Emily Dengler, Student Body Vice President
The Vice President oversees the general administration and organization of Student Government programs on a day to day basis. These programs include the Carolina Closet, Airport Shuttles, CarolinaBeYOUtiful Week, and Freshman Council.
Tuesday 10 AM - 12 PM
Wednesday 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Morgiana McDevitt, Speaker of the Senate
The Speaker of the Student Senate serves as the presiding officer of the Student Senate with is comprised of 50 senators from across the university.
Monday 3:30 PM - 5 PM
Wednesday 12 PM - 2 PM, 3:30 PM - 5 PM
Friday 11:30 AM - 1 PM
Kate Turner, Student Body Treasurer
The Student Body Treasurer oversees the internal budget for Student Govenrment and the comptrollers who serves as financial advisors to student organizations, assisting them in their understanding of the allocation and funding process.
Tuesday 10 AM - 11:20 PM
Thursday 2:30 PM - 5 PM
Student government is an active body that works for university students through numerous initiatives and programs such as the Carolina Closet which provides business and professional clothes for students and Swipe Out Hunger where students can donate unused meal swipes. The student governemnt even assists in providing a shuttle to the Columbia Airport during Fall Break, Thanksgiving Break, and Spring Break.
All students are encouraged to serve the university in a leadership role through student government. There are opportunities for all students regardless of classification and discipline. Ways to get involved include Freshman Council, Government Relations, and within the Student Senate.
Since 1908, Student Government has had a distinguished history at the Univeristy of South Carolina. Former members can be found within various career fields to include business executives, lawyers, and community leaders. Stay in touch with what is happening by connecting with us on social media.