What is Student Governance?
A.T. Still University prides itself in providing graduate and professional students opportunities to be involved in the governance of the University. We believe student participation in the various associations, councils, committees and task forces contributes to good decision making and ownership in having a preeminent university.
The three primary organizations serving students are the University Student Association consisting of representatives from all University campuses, the Student Government Association-Missouri and the Student Government Association-Arizona representing both residential and online students respectively.
In addition to the primary associations, students may participate in their individual school or college student council that represents the professional association with their degree program.
The University has numerous other strategic planning and implementation committees with student representations. These include, but are not limited to the Diversity, Strategic Plan Implementation, Facility and Campus Planning Committees. Students may also serve as orientation mentors, wellbeing advocates, hearing board members, student ambassadors, tutors, fitness mentors, graduation planning, course liaisons, to list a few.