The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) Student Government exists to advocate for and lift up the voices of UNC students to effect systemic change.
The main operations of Student Government are split in two halves, Undergraduate Student Government (USG) and Graduate and Professional Student Government (GPSG). As inferred by the names, USG primarily represents undergraduate students and GPSG primarily represents graduate & professional students. Each of these halves has their own Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches, as defined in the UNC Constitution.
In addition to these central governance bodies, there exist 18 established committees and boards (“Independent Agencies”). These bodies receive and/or distribute funds generated by Student Fees or exist to represent and serve specific interests of the Student Body in an advisory capacity.
This website serves to explain student governance operations, provide campus updates, and supply easy access to many commonly-used student resources.
To Learn More about the Undergraduate Executive Branch of Student Government and the Vann Administration, click here.
To Learn More about the Undergraduate Senate, click here.
To Learn More about Graduate and Professional Student Government, click here.
To Learn More about the Joint Governance Council, click here.
To Learn More about the Honor System, click here.
To Learn More about the Student Supreme Court, click here.