Student Government Resources

Constitution & Statutes:

The Constitution and Statutes serve as the guiding documents for policies, procedures, and operations of Student Government branches and agencies. 

Chief of Staff: 

Students are welcome to present ideas, questions, or concerns to the Student Government Chief of Staff who will provide information or connect students with the relevant branch, board, or agency. General questions about Student Government, ways to get involved, or how to start a conversation pertaining to an issue can be directed to the Chief of Staff.

Senate Committee Meetings:

Students are welcome to attend the committee meetings of the Senate in order to share relevant concerns or ask about projects updates. More information about the committees can be found here.


Student Government is advised by 3 full-time professional staff members at the University. We attend their meetings, assist with project completion and connections, and generally advise. 

University of Miami Resources

Resources Available 24 Hours a Day

Counseling Center 305-284-5511
Sexual Assault Resource Team 305-798-6666
SwitchBoard of Miami - Suicide Prevention Hotline 305-358-4357
University of Miami Police Department 305-284-6666


Non-Emergency Campus Resources

What to Reach Out for:
  • Tutoring
  • Learning Specialists
  • UMX
  • Academic Workshops
  • Independent Learning Initiative
What to Reach Out for:
What to Reach Out For:
  • Honor Code
  • Honor Council
  • Student Code of Conduct
  • Student Disciplinary Procedures
  • General Student Policies and Procedures (non-academic)
  • Greek Life
  • Bias-Related Incidents
What to Reach Out For:
  • On-Campus Housing
  • On-Campus Housing Facilities
  • Roommate Conflicts or Concerns
What to Reach Out For:
  • Title IX
  • Gender Violence
  • Gender Discrimination
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Sexual Assault
What to Reach Out For:
  • Alcohol Education
  • Drug Prevention
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Drug Abuse

If you are not sure who to reach out to or would like more information about on-campus resources to help yourself or a fellow ‘Cane, use the anonymous reporting tool.