The 52nd Administration will work with University administration to build on these services, increasing access and affordability, while always keeping the needs of the student body the utmost priority.
The SGA will seek out and collaborate on programming and events throughout the year in order to increase the surface area by which students have access and interaction with student representatives.
College is much more than just attending classes and studying. The University of Houston is your home away from home. Therefore, the SGA will aspire to improve the overall quality of campus student life.
Among the list of our initiatives is improving the academic advising system by reevaluating policies and programs already in places to ensure the advising resources are commensurate with demand.
Student safety is a top priority of both the SGA and UH administration. As a safe learning environment is paramount, the SGA will continue to pursue initiatives that will aim to keep the entire UH community safe.
A touchstone of advocacy and representation is commitment to volunteerism and community service. SGA is committed to being an agent for change in the campus and city community by participating and facilitating volunteer opportunities throughout the year.
The Executive Power of the Student Government Association is vested in the elected student body President and Vice-President. The Cabinet is appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate. The main role of the Executive Branch is to carry out the legislation passed by the Senate.
The Legislative power of the Student Government Association is vested in the Student Senate. Through legislation the Senate works toward improving the student experience at the University of Houston.
The Judiciary of the Student Government Association is vested in the Court of Appeals. The Court of Appeals is the Supreme Court for SGA and hears matters involved the constitutionality of legislation, disputes between branches, and is the court of last resort for election issues.