Georgetown University Student Association

Georgetown University Student Association

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The Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA), often referred to as the Student Association, is the student government of Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. modeled after the United States federal government, it consists of three branches: legislative, executive and judicial. The current President of the Student Body is Michael Meaney (SFS'12), and the current Vice President of the Student Body is Greg Laverriere (COL'12).

The current Constitution of the Student Association was adopted in March 1990, replacing the original GUSA Constitution of 1984 which was deemed inadequate for the needs of the student body.

In 1997, the group supported the addition of crucifixes in university class rooms, and in 2003 supported the use of only fair trade coffee in campus shops.


GUSA succeeded in extablishing a College Readership Program that provides students with free copies of The Washington Post, The New York Times, and USA Today. GUSA also...
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