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Governing Bodies

Greek Senate

The Greek Senate is the governing body for all social, values-centered fraternities and sororities on campus. Its purpose is to discuss, adopt, and carry out procedures necessary for the general welfare of the fraternal community. The Senate instills the principles of sisterhood and brotherhood among the membership and within each fraternity and sorority chapter. Greek Senate has the power to direct and assist member organizations with social, philanthropic, and educational activities. This governing body works under the advisement of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and in cooperation with inter/ national headquarters for the recognized chapters on campus. The Greek Senate seeks to foster unity among the fraternal community. In addition to the Greek Senate, there are three additional councils that assist in governing the community. They include the Interfraternity Council (IFC), Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), and Panhellenic Council (PHC). Each of these councils has a respective Executive Board and focuses on planning programs and advocating on behalf of their member groups.


Residence Hall Association (RHA)

The purpose of the RHA is to represent the resident students of Monmouth University to the administration and to communicate and cooperate with the Office of Residential Life. The RHA assists in the planning, promotion, and execution of programs held for individual halls, buildings, areas, or for all resident students in general.


Student Government Association (SGA)

The Student Government Association (SGA) is the governing body of all student clubs and organizations on campus. SGA is directly responsible for the clubs’ annual funding. The student government has many committees serving students’ interests including: academic affairs, events programming, elections/ recruitment, human and community relations, finance, public relations, and student affairs. SGA’s mission at Monmouth University is to promote the welfare of the student body.


Vice President Jim Pillar