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The Undergraduate Assembly is the elected, representative branch of student government at Penn, charged with improving life for all students through funding, services, and advocacy. The highest authority is the President of the student body, followed by the Vice President. The UA Vice President oversees UA Steering, a group of influential student groups on campus that meet to discuss issues pertaining to student life.
The purpose of the four Class Boards is to provide social programming that instills a sense of class and school spirit, unity and pride, and breaks through social barriers. Each class popularly elects a president, executive vice president, vice president for internal affairs, vice president for external affairs, vice president for finance, and class chairs.
1) Help develop in-person, class-wide mindfulness programming as we return from the pandemic.
2) Facilitate CB planning for a senior year Hey Day in person.
3) Now that our grade can, partner with local bars to host class-wide discounts and events.
1) 1) Unity: 1. Being able to meet more people in our class 2. Sharing our talents and hobbies with others 3. Fostering new friendships and supporting one another
2) 2) Wellness: 1. Spreading awareness and sharing resources for mental health 2. Creating projects/events to decrease stress levels/feelings of loneliness
3) 3) Advocacy for Underrepresented Groups: 1. Being able to support the voices that struggle to be heard by spreading awareness 2. Having table talks/discussions to educate and share our perspectives 3. Donating to organizations that need our support
1) Advocate and represent you!
2) Celebrate Penn traditions!
3) Make our last year a memorable one!