The Executive Branch is overseen by the ASB President and is composed of the ASB President's Cabinet, the Department of Justice, the Department of Treasury, the Chancellor's Standing Committee Representatives and the ASB Secretary.


Cabinet works under the president to create a bridge between the administration and the students in order to ensure that student initiatives are both created and enacted. Each Director oversees a board of students committed to aiding and fulfilling the programs and initiatives of the Executive office. Cabinet members meet regularly and keep a record of minutes

Attorney General is in charge of keeping the ASB Constitution and Code up to date, as well as giving up to date interpretation. Additionally, the Attorney General oversees the Elections Department, which consists of three Deputy Attorney Generals and an Elections Commission. During Election time, the Elections Department is tasked with ensuring ASB and Campus Personality elections run smoothly and justly.


The Treasury Department reviews and processes the funding requests of over 300 registered student organizations, spanning over five different funding categories through weekly review meetings. The Treasurer oversees all financial matters of the Associated Student Body. Duties include managing all internal finances as well as the allocation of the Student Activities Fee to non-ASB student organizations.  For funding information, please see the funding presentation form here.

The University Standing Committees are appointed to bring together faculty, staff, alumni, students, and administrators for the purpose of collecting, exchanging, and weighing information and opinions and submitting to the Chancellor and /or Provost recommendations for changes that the committees deem necessary for the general good of the University. Each committee has the responsibility of continually reviewing practices and policies in its area of concern, as well as performing specically designated duties. The University Standing Committees are advisory to the Chancellor and/or Provost and, as such, perform a signicant role in the governance of the University.