The Student Assembly's Work
The Student Assembly deals with quality of life issues for students, making sure that student issues are heard and addressed. The assembly has legislative authority over the policies of the Office of the Dean of Students and the Department of Campus Life, and establishes the undergraduate Student Activity Fee and guidelines for its distribution.
Take part in shared governance.
Every Cornell student has the opportunity to voice concerns during the open microphone period held at the beginning of each meeting. Meetings are held each Thursday during the academic year from 4:45–6:30 p.m. in the Memorial Room of Willard Straight Hall, unless otherwise noted.
The Office of the Assemblies manages the logistics for Student Assembly meetings. Reach out to the Office at 109 Day Hall.
Learn more about the SA,
The Cornell Student Assembly is the governing body of the over 14,000 undergraduates, serving as the liaison between students and the administration while lobbying for policies that better the undergraduate experience.
See current issues,
The Cornell Student Assembly has legislative authority over the policies of the Office of the Dean of Students, and establishes the undergraduate Student Activity Fee and guidelines for its distribution. See the work we do.
Then take action!
Find your representatives on the Cornell Student Assembly and reach out to them. Or join us at our next meeting! See the many opportunities available for Cornell undergraduate students to get in touch with the Assembly.