Purpose

The purpose of the University of Pittsburgh Student Government Board is to promote the concerns, interests, needs, and welfare of the student body of the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh campus by:

    1. Initiating, developing, and maintaining programs and services that meet the academic, socioeconomic and personal needs and interests of the student body.
    2. Stimulating and facilitating communication and interaction between the members of the student body and University Community.
    3. Allocating the Student Activities Fee in a fair and equitable manner and utilizing these funds in order to fulfill the above functions.

History

With an institution that is over 225 years old, we have a long history of student advocacy and action. Click here to learn more about the history of student government at Pitt and how we came to be Student Government Board.

Structure

With 9 elected positions, 30 appointed positions, open committee membership, task forces, ad hoc committees, and more there are countless ways to get involved with SGB. Click here to learn more about how we are structured to serve you.

Meet Us

With nearly 80 official positions and countless other ways to get involved, SGB is more than just another organization - we are an integral part of campus and your Panther family. Meet everyone involved by clicking here!

Governing Documents

Review our public archives of Student Government Board documents, including our Constitution, Governing Code, Bills, Resolutions, and financial reports.