We, the students of Pace on the Pleasantville Campus, are an integral part of the University and therefore entitled to an active role in deciding its policies and mission. Acknowledging this significance, we hereby constitute this student government to represent student interests; to serve as a liaison and model of encouragement both socially and academically; to provide students with an environment that fosters growth and provides opportunities in leadership, community involvement, and scholarship; and to provide a setting for the undergraduate student body to exchange ideas and opinions.
The purpose of the Student Government Association (SGA) shall be to represent the voice and rights of the student body, to ensure an environment which supports the development of student leadership and responsibility, and facilitate the activities and interests of the undergraduate student body on the Pleasantville Campus.
This constitution shall be the guideline for all business conducted by the undergraduate student government. The legislative body may, by a two-thirds vote, adopt or amend bylaws. Decisions of the executive board may be vetoed by the legislative body through a majority vote. The authority of SGA is vested in its elected officers and representatives.
Positions Within SGA
The executive officers shall be a president, executive vice president, vice president of finance, vice president of programming and vice president of communication. The executive officers shall be responsible for determining the general direction of SGA in addition to their individual roles as outlined in their bylaws.
The voting members of the legislative body shall include various senators that represent different constituent groups on campus.