The executive board of the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) at IUPUI remains committed to standing for and representing all students within the University, regardless of their identities or beliefs. The recent Supreme Court decisions regarding affirmative action, LGBTQ+ rights, and student loan relief will continue to affect students both today and in the upcoming years. As a university with a diverse student body and a university that values an equitable education for all students, the executive board of USG does not support these decisions.
Represent your school, your student org, your class, yourself
All registered student organizations that have undergraduate students as members are strongly encouraged to have a USG Senator. Depending on your student organization, you may be voted or appointed to the Senate. As a Senator, you’ll attend weekly meetings, cast essential votes, and play a key role in crafting projects, events, and initiatives at IUPUI. The Senate also appoints and approves executive board members, committee directors, and other chair positions.
Each class at IUPUI gets up to five (5) representatives to represent them in the Senate. Please reach out to the President of Senate, if you are interested in becoming a Class Representative.
Getting started is as easy as a visit to The Spot, where you’ll find more information on becoming a Senator or seeking an executive leadership position.