Student Organization Resources

Student Government is proud to offer co-sponsorship to student organizations. Information about co-sponsorship processes may be found in each group’s specific application.

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.

Student Government Constitution & Statutes Appendices

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.


Senators represent the needs of students through specific constituencies. Any student is welcome to attend Senate Meetings on Wednesdays 4:30-6:30 PM in the Shalala Student Center, Senate Room. You can share concerns, ask about projects, or just hear more about what Student Government is doing. Senate records are considered public for the University of Miami community. 


Student Government is advised by 2 full-time professional staff members at the University. Advisors attend their meetings, assist with project completion and connections, and generally advise.