Cabinet
Darragh
PAUL DARRAGH
President
Cirfranic
NICK CIFRANIC
Vice President
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KEVIN MEAD
Director of Public Relations
Carrington
ASHLEY CARRINGTON
Director of Finance
Brockbank
LAUREN BROCKBANK
Director of Programming
Wright
TRISTAN WRIGHT
Director of Student Relations
Supinka
ERIN SUPINKA
Director of Services
Sood
HARSHITA SOOD
Director of Clubs & Organizations
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KELSEY KIEFER
CAST Senator
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BRAD ROGGE
CHST Senator
Wells
MEGAN WELLS
CIAS Senator
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BAKAR ALI
COLA Senator
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SARAH WANG
COS Senator
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VINCENT PETRONE
GCCIS Senator
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MARK EDDY
KGCOE Senator
Banks
KEITH BANKS
NTID Senator
Kong
MING CHUN KONG
SCB Senator
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KEITH DELK
Cross-Registered Senator
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NATHAN CASTLE
Freshmen Senator
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HRUSHIKESH SAGAR
Graduate Senator
Kearns
MAURA KEARNS
Women's Senator
Diaz
JONATHAN DIAZ
Greek Senator
Hall
KATHY HALL
Office Manager
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DEVAN MUSA
Student Staff Assistant
Pickett
MATTHEW PICKETT
SGTV Station Manager/Videographer
Nevada
JAMES NEVADA
SGTV Videographer
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TYLER SOMERS
Designer
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RACHEL MITRANO
Designer
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ALEXIS CRUZ
Staff Videographer
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JONATHAN SPRINGER
Photographer
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COLUM MCGALEY
Production Manager
Blackburn
KATE BLACKBURN
Advisor
Jean
BILL ST. JEAN
Advisor

Student Government delivers the voice of the student body to the faculty and staff of RIT, administrators, and the board of trustees.

Throughout the year, SG specifically looks for under-represented students and explores ways to ensure better representation in the future. For example, the Cross-Registered Senator was added at the beginning of the 2010-2011 school year and the Greek Senator has been added for the new 2011-2012 school year to take the place of Greek Council.

All of these senators focus their efforts on addressing issues that are most important to their constituency, with the end goal of expanding opportunities and improving the RIT experience.

In addition to governance, Student Government also hosts a variety of events throughout the year to initiate student involvement. Student Government strives to bring on the spiRIT! Want to contact one of the senators about an issue or idea that you have? Check out their office hours to see when they will be in the office!

Major Student Organizations

AALANA Collegiate Association (ACA)

The ACA is a governing board within Student Government which helps to provide programs and review issues on behalf of the AALANA students in the RIT community.

Association for Commuter Engagement (ACE)

ACE provides student services for those living in non-RIT owned apartments.

College Activities Board (CAB)

The College Activities Board (CAB) is comprised of student employees and volunteers who assess, plan, market, and implement entertainment for other students.

Global Union (GU)

Global Union is the largest multicultural student organization at RIT. It promotes understanding of diversity and the development of a strong multicultural movement within our community.

NTID Student Congress (NSC)

This governing board helps to provide services and programs, and review issues for the approximately 1,100 students enrolled within NTID.

On-Campus Apartment Student Association (OCASA)

OCASA helps to provide services and programs that affect students living in RIT-owned apartments.

OUTspoken

OUTspoken represents the GLBT community in Student Government. We provide educational programming and advocacy for the GLBT community.

Reporter Magazine

RIT students produce some of the most professional collegiate publications in the country. Reporter Magazine is published by students weekly.

Residence Halls Association (RHA)

The RHA is a governing board that helps to provide services and programs, and review issues for students living in residence halls.

Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

The RIT SAAC functions as a representative body of the student-athletes on campus. As a committee, we provide leadership opportunities and community service events for athletes and also try to foster camaraderie across athletic teams through different programs.

WITR

WITR is an FM radio station operated by RIT students. It is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission as a noncommercial, educational station.