The Student Government Association (SGA) of the College of the Holy Cross is an organization intended to represent and serve the campus community. As an entirely student-elected and appointed body, SGA works to amplify student voices and promote their interests through a variety of small and large-scale events, policy work, campaigns, and initiatives. SGA is led by the Co-Presidents and is composed of three branches: the Cabinet, the Senate, and the Judicial Council. Together, the members of SGA will always strive to create real, meaningful change with the goal of improving life for all at Holy Cross.
The SGA Co-Presidents, chosen through a campus-wide election, are the principal representatives of the student body and the chief officers of the Student Government Association. The Co-Presidents articulate the student perspective through meetings with the President of the College and other administrators, and are aided by their Chief of Staff and Treasurer. The Co-Presidents appoint and lead the SGA Cabinet, an advisory council composed of Directors responsible for the implementation of various initiatives. The SGA Co-Presidents work with all branches of SGA to act in the best interest of the campus community and work to uphold the integrity of the SGA Constitution and its By-Laws. Additionally, the Co-Presidents are connected to student government leaders across Jesuit institutions through the Jesuit Student Government Alliance (JSGA).
SGA Governing Documents and Important Resources:
- By-Laws of the Student Government Association
- Constitution of the Student Government Association
- SGA Fiscal Year 2024 Approved Budget
- SGA Organizational Chart
SGA Co-Presidents 2023 - 2024
Josh Azor ‘24 (he/him/his)
Kevin Hamilton ‘24 (he/him/his)
SGA Chief of Staff
Emma Wilson ‘24 (she/her/hers)
Omar Afifi ‘24 (he/him/his)
SGA Speaker of the Senate
Ned Coursey ‘24 (he/him/his)
SGA Senate Parliamentarian
Daniela Londoño ‘24 (she/her/hers)
SGA Chair of the Judicial Council
Ava McDonough ‘25 (she/her/hers)
SGA Co-Officers of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Ester Mokonchu ‘26 (she/her/hers)
Ruth Lopez Espinoza ‘25 (she/her/hers)
SGA Office, Hogan Campus Center 220
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