Undergraduate Student Government at the Colorado School of Mines is the recognized organization that delivers the voice of the student body to the Faculty, Administrators, and the Board of Trustees.
Throughout the year, Student Government works to represent the student voice on a variety of campus commitees. Student Government will debate and discuss issues that are pertinent to the students and work to address student concerns.
Student Government regulates all mandatory student fees. These fees are used in a variety of ways to improve campus life. The Intermodal Transportation Fee provides Student Bus Passes. The Capitol Construction Fee was used to construct the Brown Hall addition and parts of Marquez Hall. The Rec Center Fee is used to operate and maintain the Student Recreation Center. Student Government allocates the Student Activites fee to different organizations on campus including, Clubs, Rec Sports, the ORC, and MAC.