Student Affairs – Bowdoin Student Government

The Bowdoin Student Government (BSG) is the democratically elected, autonomous body of students that advocate for the student body through issue engagement, programming, and services. The BSG’s powers and responsibilities are provided by the student-ratified constitution and bylaws. The assembly consists of twenty-eight students in the following composition: a president, five vice presidents, and a treasurer (student activities funding committee chair) elected by the student body, eight class representatives (two per class), eight at-large representatives (six appointed, two elected), a representative from the Inter-House Council, a representative from the Captain’s Council, a representative from the Entertainment Board, a representative from the McKeen Center for the Common Good, and a programming director.

The constitution is available on the BSG website at: students.bowdoin.edu/bsg/.