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Student Government at MBC

Leaders at Mary Baldwin College are easy to find. Being a good leader is never easy, but opportunities to make a difference at MBC are easy to find. With more than 120 elected or appointed positions, the Student Government Association (SGA) is responsible for the management and development of the MBC student community and is based in the principles of the Honor System.


The executive branch of the SGA is composed of the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and the chairwomen of the Honor Council, Judicial Board, Residence Hall Association, Baldwin Program Board, and Student Advocates.
Advisor: Erin Paschal,


The Student Senate is lead by the vice president and is the legislative branch of the SGA. The Senate membership is representative of the student body and is elected each fall. Senate meets every Tuesday starting on the third Tuesday of September during Convocation in Francis Auditorium and is responsible for enacting legislation, keeping the student body informed, and making sure student voices are heard.
Advisor: Erin Paschal,


The Honor Council is made up of one chairwoman and 13 representatives. The duties of this board include educating others on MBC’s Honor Code, investigating any possible infractions of the Honor Code, and imposing sanctions based on the individual cases.
Advisor: Amy Diduch,


The Judicial Board consists of a chairwoman and 13 representatives. The duties of the Judicial Board are to educate students about the Code of Conduct and social regulations, to hear cases involving infractions of the Code and regulations, and to impose penalties as warranted by the individual cases.
Advisor: Amber Keen,


The Student Advocates includes the lead advocate and 13 representatives. The role of the Student Advocates is to raise campus awareness about issues such as drug and alcohol abuse, campus diversity, tolerance, and conflict resolution, and to advise and provide support for students accused of an honor or judicial violation.


The Residence Hall Association consists of a chairwoman and three board members. These student leaders oversee and guide residence hall presidents, helping them to provide social opportunities and bonding for their community.
Advisor: Amber Keen,


The Baldwin Program Board consists of a chairwoman and three board members. The board is responsible for filling and organizing the social calendar with movies, entertainers, and other programming.
Advisor: Erin Paschal,


The Inter-Club Council is lead by the student government treasurer (who appoints three other board members), and the president and treasurer of each recognized campus organization.  The ICC exists as a supportive connector for student organizations and is responsible for managing and distributing funds to each club and organization on campus.
Advisor: Erin Paschal,

Advisor: Erin Paschal,

Senior Class Officers

Advisor: Laura Cammaroto,

Junior Class Officers

Advisor: Cindy Wine,

Sophomore Class Officers

Advisor: Amber Keen,

First Year Council

Advisor: Erin Paschal,