Student Government
SGlogo.jpg
SG's official Logo
Abbreviation SG
Recognition 1951
Type Student Body Government
President Ashley Carrington
Vice President Tyler Pierce
Advisor Dr. Karey Pine & Dr. Heath Boice-Pardee
Members approximately 18,000 students in 2014
Meetings SG Senate Meeting on Fridays at 1pm to 3pm
Email sgrel@rit.edu
Website https://sg.rit.edu

Student Government (SG) is a generally elected, sometimes appointed, student body that is meant to represent student interests to the faculty and staff of RIT, administrators, and the board of trustees. It is part of the institute's shared governance structure with Staff Council and Academic Senate. Among other tasks assigned to Student Government is to distribute student activity fees, promote cooperation within the institution, and provide services to student organizations and the RIT community. It was previously called the Student Council and the Student Association.[citation needed]


About Us

Mission

History

Presidents/Vice Presidents

This section requires expansion.
No. Years President Vice President
1. 1951-1952[1] Jack V. Stumpf Granville C. Bentley
2. 1952-1953[1] David A. Schuckman Granville C. Bentley
3. 1955-1956[2][3] Richard Mort Frank Kowalski
4. 1956-1957[4] Bob Ball Richard Nally
5. 1957-1958[4][5][6][7] Richard Nally (president pro-temp, and later, president) Robert Kohler
6. 1958-1959[8] Kay Finley Arthur Gardner
7. 1959-1960[9] Jack Lloyd Joe Burroughs
8. 1960-1961[10] John Beusch Charles Decker
9. 1961-1962[11] Larry Albertson George Murray
10. 1962-1963[12][13] Russ Trimble Don McGillicuddy and John Snyder
11. 1963-1964[12][14] Ron Sherman Jack Dodgen
12. 1964-1965[12] Jack Dodgen Denis Kitchen
13. 1965-1966[12][15] David Rylance Ray Baker
14. 1966-1967[12] Ray Baker Thomas Staab
15. 1967-1968[12] David Smith Don Hanson
16. 1968-1969[12] Gregory Evans Jack Campbell
17. 1969-1970[12] Joel Pollack Thomas Dougherty
18. 1970-1971[12] Al Ritsko Gary Kolk
19. 1971-1972[12] Keith Tailor Scott McLeod
20. 1972-1973[12] David Lurty William Hawkins
21. 1973-1974[12] Meyer Weiss Thomas R. Lake
22. 1974-1975[12] Robert Dawley W. Scott Jamieson
23. 1975-1976[12] Hiram Bell James Woodhall
24. 1976-1977[12] Stephen Gendron Robin Redderoth
25. 1977-1978[12] Craig Schwabach Timothy Ferris
26. 1980-1981[12] Bart Weiner Gregory J. Coffey
27. 1981-1982[12] Gregory J. Coffey Georgette Peterson
28. 1982-1983[12] John Wohlfert Ed Weber
29. 1983-1984[12] Jill Frushour Scott Wild
30. 1984-1985[12] Jim Myers Chris Folta
31. 1985-1986[12] Angela Strode Lisa Samuelson
32. 1986-1987[12] José R. Arevalo Doreen M. Djavaheri
33. 1987-1988[12] Lawrence C. Masle Thaddeus P. Pruss, Jr.
34. 1988-1989[12] Jeffrey A. Leyser Heather Leigh Buck
35. 1989-1990[12] John M. Simmons, Jr. Eric S. Senna
36. 1990-1991[12] Lisa L. Pratt Jennifer L. Deacon
37. 1991-1992[12] Adrian S. White Amy C. Wood
38. 1992-1993[12] Adrian S. White Amy C. Wood
39. 1993-1994[12] Todd R. Delaney Elizabeth Luc
40. 1994-1995[12] Ralph Gaboury Kenneth Rosenthal
41. 1995-1996[12] Rhoshawndra Carnes Wanda Droz
42. 1996-1997[12] April Brooks Meghan Wood
Fall 1997[12][16] Arthur Stamos Nykia Perez
Winter 1997-1998[12] Nykia Perez Kevin Divico
43. Spring 1998[12] Kevin Divico Jessica Sparrin
44. 1998-1999[12][17] Jamie Greco Duane Shearer
45. 1999-2000[12][18] Patrick Bavaro-Phelan Joshua Phillips
46. 2000-2001[12][19] Johan Felipe Giraldo Leroy Griffith
47. 2001-2002[12][20] Erick Littleford Michael Maloney
48. 2002-2003[12][20] Erick Littleford Michael Maloney
49. 2003-2004[12][21] Steve Shapiro Jacqueline Biehl
50. 2004-2005[12][22] Sheila Sarratore David Blonski
51. 2005-2006[12][23] James Macchiano Cory Hoffman
52. 2006-2007[12][24] Elizabeth Sorkin David Blonski
53. 2007-2008[12][25] Ed Wolf Sasha Malinchoc
54. 2008-2009[12][26] Ed Wolf Matthew Danna
55. 2009-2010[12] Matthew Danna Jacqueline Robinson
56. 2010-2011[12] Phil Amsler (succeeded by Gregory Pollock on August 10th)[27] Gregory Pollock (replaced by David Mullaney on August 10th)
57. 2011-2012 Gregory Pollock Phil Amsler
58. 2012-2013 Taylor Deer Sarah Thomas
59. 2013-2014 Paul Darragh Nick Cifranic
60. 2014-2015 Ashley Carrington Tyler Pierce

Senators

Major Student Organizations (MSOs)

Executive Cabinet

Staff/Administration

Previous Senate Seats

Annual Events

Student Government vs. RIT Administration Broomball Game

This was a game that used to be played between Student Government and RIT Administration, including the president.

School Year SG Score RIT Admin Score
2002-2003[28] 3 0

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Reporter Magazine: May 23, 1952
  2. Reporter Magazine: May 27, 1955, pg. 1
  3. Reporter Magazine: September 26, 1955, pg. 1
  4. 4.0 4.1 Reporter Magazine: May 17, 1957
  5. Reporter Magazine: September 4, 1957, pg. 1
  6. Reporter Magazine: November 22, 1957, pg. 3
  7. Reporter Magazine: February 14, 1958, pg. 1
  8. Reporter Magazine - Extra: April 24, 1958
  9. Reporter Magazine - Extra: April 14, 1959, pg. 1
  10. Reporter Magazine: April 22, 1960, pg. 3
  11. Reporter Magazine: September 19, 1961, pg. 2
  12. 12.00 12.01 12.02 12.03 12.04 12.05 12.06 12.07 12.08 12.09 12.10 12.11 12.12 12.13 12.14 12.15 12.16 12.17 12.18 12.19 12.20 12.21 12.22 12.23 12.24 12.25 12.26 12.27 12.28 12.29 12.30 12.31 12.32 12.33 12.34 12.35 12.36 12.37 12.38 12.39 12.40 12.41 12.42 12.43 12.44 12.45 12.46 12.47 12.48 Student Association, Student Directorate, and Student Government plaques in the Kathy Hall Conference Room
  13. Reporter Magazine: November 2, 1962
  14. Reporter Magazine: April 10, 1964, pgs. 2 and 3
  15. Reporter Magazine: April 15, 1965
  16. President urges greater diversity and "first in class" initiatives - 1997
  17. New Student Government leaders elected; "unification" a key theme - 1998
  18. Professionally speaking... - 1999
  19. Opening day talks set agenda for busy academic year - 2000
  20. 20.0 20.1 Reporter Magazine: May 16, 2003
  21. SG heads into new year with fresh ideas - 2003
  22. New Student Government leaders - 2004
  23. SG leaders focus on school spirit - 2005
  24. Deaf student elected at RIT
  25. New Student Government leadership lays out agenda - 2007
  26. Student leaders hope to ‘continue momentum’ - 2008
  27. SG President Resigns
  28. RIT News & Events - February 13, 2003

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