Resources / Open ApplicationsStudent Body President's Advisory Council Application
The Student Body President's Advisory Council (SBPAC) is as a committee of freshman leaders, which functions as a recommending body for decision making. SBPAC Members will also partake in a mentorship program where they will be paired with members of the Executive Cabinet and other SGA Leadership to learn more about the inner workings of Student Government. As a member of SBPAC you will attend weekly meetings centered on the workings of student government and the program. Weekly meetings will also include interactive workshops to prepare student leaders for years to come.
As first year students, you will provide unique perspectives on issues that are central to the entire campus and will be given the opportunity to program specialized events throughout the year. Through this program you will be given many opportunities to take leadership roles in projects and initiatives important to Student Government.
The Student Government Association is seeking 20 highly knowledgeable students in the areas of student health, housing & safety, Greek affairs, diversity initiatives, and academic affairs. The council will also have the unique opportunity of helping create and sustain a line of communication between SGA and UCF students. The students chosen for this year's council will have the opportunity to meet with campus administration to promote student centered growth, to meet with community leaders to foster community growth, plan student focused events, and to work closely with members and coordinators under the direction of the Division of Student Affairs.
This document contains vital information in applying for the following open positions:
- Diversity Initiatives Specialist
- Health & Safety Specialist
This is a general application form that is used for all open Coordinator and Specialist positions on the Executive Cabinet.
The Student Senate is the chief representative body of Student Government. Matters of the greatest importance to the organization, such as the annual budget or bylaw changes, are debated and voted on by the Student Senators of the Legislative Branch. Once confirmed to the Senate, each Senator is assigned Registered Student Organizations (such as Chocolate Club or the Association for Computing Machinery).
The Senate Leadership Council (SLC) gives UCF students the opportunity to learn the procedures and tasks performed by each of our SGA Student Senators. Our goal is to empower students with the knowledge necessary to make a successful transition from a student to Student Senator. SLC members will be paired with a Student Senator, who will act as a mentor and will assist in explaining the practices of the Student Government Association Senate.
Additionally, you will gain an understanding of the Executive and Judicial branches of Student Government, giving you a complete and well-rounded understanding of the Student Government Association. After completing the program, you will be primed and ready to take a seat as a Student Senator.
The Justice League is a training and mentorship program that allows students to immerse themselves in the Judicial Branch of UCF's Student Government Association. The program consists of weekly meetings and mentorship pairings between participants and current Justices. Our goal with Justice League is to inform students about the inner workings of the Judicial Branch so that they can readily and successfully transition from the Justice League to an Associate Justice position on the Judicial Council. Participants in the program will be taught about the responsibilities of the Judicial Branch such as parking appeals, student conduct hearings, grade appeals, eligibility appeals, constitutional review, impeachment hearings, and the Judicial Branch outreach programs.
Most importantly, participants in the Justice League will learn how to be an unbiased leader and how to serve the best interest of students at all times. After this program, students will be ready and able to serve as Justices on SGA's Judicial Council.
The Election Commission serves to promote and facilitate the fall (Senate) and spring (Presidential) elections for the Student Government Association. Election Commissioners successfully market and facilitate the elections, and make sure all candidates and campaigners abide by the Election Statutes.