The mission of the John Carroll University Student Government is to ensure a just and united campus community while empowering the student body to live the Jesuit mission of leadership and service. The Student Government focuses primarily on student advocacy, collaboration, and communication, all to achieve the desired goal of community.
Past Presidents of the organization include such well-known alumni as Tom Murphy ’67, Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh; Tim Russert ’72, NBC Senior Vice President and host of Meet the Press; Tim Cavanagh ’84, partner of Lloyd & Cavanagh Attorneys at Law in Chicago; and John Cranley ’96, Mayor of the City of Cincinnati.
Meet the Senate!
The Student Government Senate consists of six senators from each undergraduate class at John Carroll University, with one elected as the Class President. Senators convene on a weekly basis Tuesdays at 5 p.m. in the Murphy room.
Student Organization Budget Board
Get funding for events, service or travel for your student organization through the budget board.
What are you passionate about? Find out how to make your voice heard through specific advocacy committees in areas like academics, dining, diversity/equity/inclusion, residence life, and community relations.
Where does your student activity fee go?
The student activity fee helps to fund activities that directly benefit students including social events, club sports, fitness activities, campus ministry and more!