Student Engagement and Development

The Student Development Unit at the University of Science and Technology directs its efforts at fostering the intellect and character of students by integrating in-class and co-curricular experiences. To accomplish this, the university is dedicated to the provision of an array of integrated professional and accessible services that help our students achieve their personal, academic, and professional goals in an embracing and caring environment.

Our primary focus as a student development unit is to support and promote the present and future well-being of our students. We enhance student development and success through innovative programs, services and partnerships. We strive to create a community that is accessible to all.

 

Student Government:

 

The Student Government is the organizational representative of all students at the UST. It consists of three branches: legislative, executive, and judicial. The Student Senate acts as the legislative branch and includes representatives of all students enrolled in academic programs at the UST. The SU president heads the executive branch, and is elected before the end of each academic year by the student body at large. The Student Judicial Board represents the judicial branch, and it comprises five newly elected members each year.

The previously mentioned bodies work in coherence to represent the large number of other student organizations, and in order to support developing initiatives, opportunities, and interests. The Constitution of the Student Body describes in much more details the structures of the UST Student Government.

For information about the structure of Student Government in spring 2016, click here.

For Student Union Presidential Elections Guidelines, click here.

 

Student Government Constitution:

 

All the information you need to know about the student government constitution is available here.

 

Student Clubs:

 

Click here to know more about the available clubs at the university.