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The Missouri Students Association
The MSA Executive Branch is led by the President and Vice-President, who are elected by the undergraduate students at the University of Missouri every Spring. The President and Vice-President assemble a team of student leaders from across campus to institute new student services and programs. The Vice-President also serves as the Association’s Liason to the MSA Auxiliaries.Learn about the Executive Branch Contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
The MSA Legislative Branch is led by the Speaker of the Senate, who is elected by the MSA Senate. The Senate comprises 80 students from different academic programs and organizations from across campus who collaborate on student policies and opinions. Senate is organized between 5 different legislative committees, where resolution drafting begins.Learn about the Legislative Cabinet Contact at email@example.com
The MSA Judicial Branch is led by the Chief Justice, appointed by the MSA President and confirmed by the Full Senate. The Court is comprised of 9 Associate Justices that weigh in on areas of conflict in the Association and provide ethical oversight. The Board of Election Commissioners is an independent judicial unit that enforces the Election Code.Learn about the Student Court Contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
What's Going on in MSA?
How to Get Involved?
As your student government, the Missouri Student Association wants to hear from you about your experience on campus! Please take the time to provide any feedback or concerns with the Student Feedback form.
If you are interested in getting involved with student government and striving for a better Mizzou, please complete the MSA Interest Form so we can help you find a place within MSA!
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