Court Opinions

According to Article IV, Section 5 of the Student Government Constitution, The Supreme Court shall have judicial responsibility and authority subject to the provisions of other University policies as interpreted by the President of the University or the President’s designee. The Court shall render judicial decisions enforcing and interpreting the provisions of this Constitution and determining those cases and controversies relating to enforcement and interpretation of this Constitution which are referred to it by any member of Student Government, except as to those cases and controversies arising related to impeachment proceedings, which shall remain under the sole jurisdiction of the Senate. The decisions of this Court shall be binding upon candidates for and officeholders of Student Government. The Supreme Court may, at its discretion, issue advisory opinions upon request which involve interpretation of this Constitution and its Statutes.

Please find such opinions or advisory opinions from the Spring of 2019 and beyond, found here.