Welcome to the website of the Stony Brook University Undergraduate Student Government.

We are the governing body that represents the interests and concerns of the 16,000+ Undergraduate Students at Stony Brook University. USG’s most notable function is to acknowledge, fund and regulate the 450+ clubs and organizations whose membership is open to all members of the Undergraduate Student Body. In addition, the USG is responsible for being stewards of the $3.4 million dollar student activity fee.

Some notable accomplishments of USG to date are and not limited to:

  • Implementation of the University’s first ever 24 hour library operation
  • Advocating for the $3 million dollar renovation of the North and Central Reading Room
  • Bringing the It’s On Us and HeforShe campaign to combat sexual violence and gender inequality.
  • Raise awareness of critical issues like diversity, toxic drinking. depression/anxiety, and other mental health illnesses through programming and collaboration.
  • Host sold-out concerts featuring celebrity talent such as: Future, Diplo, Panic! At The Disco, Fetty Wap, Childish Gambino. Cash Cash, Twenty One Pilots, and Trevor Noah.

Please feel free to browse through our website to learn more about our members, find any necessary documents, see what events are coming up, and how to get in contact with us!

July 14, 2018 in news

An Important Message From The USG

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April 11, 2018 in Uncategorized

Senior Ball 2018

Hey graduating Seawolves! Don’t forget to reserve your tickets for the Senior Ball! Here is the google form reservation link.

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April 11, 2018 in Uncategorized

Roth Regatta 2018

The terms of Roth Regatta have been updated, you can find the document detailing the changes here. Good luck to all the participants!

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March 6, 2018 in Uncategorized

Shared Governance Resolution

Dear all students and faculty, Recently, the USG Senate passed a resolution affirming our unanimous discontent with the current state of transparency and collaboration between administration and the USG. We…

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