Thank you for visiting the OrgSync portal of the California University of Pennsylvania Student Government Association. For more detailed information, please visit our website.
Cal U's Student Congress is the official governing body for students. The forum establishes channels of communication between you and administrators and faculty and sponsors programs and activities to enrich campus life.
Student Government is part of the Student Association Inc. (SAI), the nonprofit corporation owned and operated by students of Cal U.
Along with serving the student body, SAI and Student Congress provide opportunities for students to develop new leadership and community service skills.
If you meet multiple times per week, please indicate times for each day.
4:15 pm ET
If you meet multiple times per week, please indicate if a location for each day.
Natali Student Center Room 206/207
Melissa M. Dunn
If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process.
All meetings of the Student Government Association are open to the general public, pursuant to state law and PASSHE Board of Governors policy.
- STUDENT SENATE -
To become a senator, a student must obtain fifty (50) signatures and email addresses from students of California University of Pennsylvania on a petition and complete an online form. The student must pay the student activity fee set by Student Association, Incorporated ("SAI"). Upon three-fifths majority approval of the Executive Board and no objection by the existing Senate membership, the student shall be named a senator. Please consult the Student Government website for the specific membership breakdown.
Executive Board members are elected by the student body each spring.
- HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES -
The president or a designated member of each allocated club or organization approved by the Student Senate of California University of Pennsylvania is automatically a member of the House of Representatives. Each organization president or a designee must attend each House of Representatives meeting, held on the first Thursday of every month during the academic semester.
- STUDENT CABINET -
Student Cabinet consists of selected senators, officers, and the Executive Board and is not open to general membership.