Student Assembly (SA)

The purpose of the Assembly is to coalesce and strengthen student participation in the College’s decision-making process. Members of SA serve on various College Committees, and the Assembly itself has its own committees that provide structure for discussion and action. The Student Assembly is the official student government of the College. We’re here to serve you, the students of Dartmouth College. Please contact us via blitz or by submitting a request through Vox Populi.

Website: DSA.dartmouth.edu

Executives:

  • PRESIDENT Suril Kantaria '13
  • VICE PRESIDENT Julia Danford '13
  • TREASURER Trevor Horan '13

Meeting Times:

General Assembly - Select Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. 

About

The purpose of the Assembly is to coalesce and strengthen student participation in the College’s decision-making process. Members of the SA serve on various College Committees, and the Assembly itself has its own committees that provide structure for discussion and action. The Student Assembly is the official student government of the College. Composed of elected student representatives and delegates, the Assembly is responsible for representing student opinions and concerns to other constituencies of the Dartmouth community, including trustees, administrators, faculty, and staff.

Committees/Chairs

  • Academic Affairs: Neha Shetty
  • Diversity and Community Affairs: Andrew Longhi
  • Advising: Lily Michelson
  • Student Services: Pranam Chatterji and Will Baird
  • Student Life: Taha Adib
  • Communications and Marketing: Tara Roudi and Catherine Brynt
For more on our initiatives, please visit our website.

Elections

The president, vice-president, and at-large members of the Assembly are elected by a campus-wide election in the spring term; members from the first-year class are elected in the fall term. The Elections Planning and Advisory Committee (EPAC) oversees the election process.


Last updated on Sep 19 by Suril A. Kantaria
contributors: Matthew S. McNierney, Alexander P. Judson, Rohail Premjee, Nigel J. Mills