Undergraduate Student Government
The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) is made up of an executive, legislative, and judicial branch. Led by a president, vice president, and general assembly members from colleges and living areas elected by the undergraduate student body each spring, USG engages in representation of all undergraduates in Ohio State's system of shared governance.
Learn more about USG at their website: usg.osu.edu.
Council of Graduate Students
The Council of Graduate Students (CGS) works to improve the graduate student experience by representing graduate students from all over the university. Graduate students can serve through CGS as delegates from a college or department, as University Senators, or as a members of internal CGS or university-wide committees.
Learn more about CGS at their website: cgs.osu.edu.
IPC is the official student government of the six professional colleges: Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Optometry, Pharmacy, and Veterinary Medicine. Representatives from each professional college work together to offer numerous services including funding professional development, hosting social and service events, and serving as the professional student voice in all university committees.
Learn more about IPC at their website: ipc.osu.edu.