Student Government

Manhattan College's Student Government plays a vital role in shaping student life on campus.

The Student Government consists of the executive committee, student assembly and student court. Every representative serves his/her respective school or class. Being involved in Student Government gives you a chance to meet a variety of people, gain leadership training and grow as a student, leader and person. It also allows you to become friendly with administrators and faculty. There are both elected and appointed positions, with varying levels of commitment and responsibility to suit your schedule.

  • Executive Committee

    The executive committee consists of the student body president, executive vice president, vice president for social life, vice president for residential affairs, vice president for commuter affairs, vice president for finance, vice president for communication, vice president for club administration, vice president for academic affairs, chair of Lasallian action committee, and chair of campus improvements committee. They are the everyday officers of Student Government, carrying out the will of the assembly. They are also full voting members (with the exception of the president) of the assembly.

    2022-23 Executive Committee

    Position Student
    Student Body President Calissa McNeely
    Executive Vice President Emma Pizzullo
    Vice President for Social Life Rosalia Cefalu
    Vice President for Residential Affairs Mackenzie Lauture
    Vice President for Commuter Affairs Ayanna Horsford
    Vice President for Finance Samantha Miraglia
    Vice President for Communication America Pineda
    Vice President for Academic Affairs Alixandria James
    Vice President for Club Administration Lauren Raziano
  • The Assembly

    The assembly is the law-making body of Student Government. They draft and pass legislation, set and allocate the student activities fee, approve and oversee clubs and organizations, and may deliberate on all matters pertaining to students.

    Additionally, without being elected to office, anyone can join these three committees: the social life commission, the resident student association and the commuter student association.

    2022-23 Assembly

    Position Students
    Senior Class Vice Presidents Luca VillianiBridget Turro
    Junior Class Vice Presidents Gabriela Sandoval, Eleftherios Psarianos
    Sophomore Class Vice Presidents

    Jazi Riley, Finn Malone

    Freshman Class Vice Presidents

    Elliot Babilonia, O'Dell Holland Fincher, Jr.

    School of Engineering Vice Presidents

    Megan Heffernan, Vanessa Pujols Alvarez

    School of Liberal Arts Class Vice Presidents

    Lily MaloneEmilia O'Neill

    School of Business Vice Presidents

    Laura Litvak, Taryn Oconnell

    School of Science Vice Presidents

    Rachel Mojica, Ethan Lozada

    School of Education & Health Vice Presidents

    Emily Gianni, Liana Pullara

  • Class Vice Presidents

    Class vice presidents represent the needs of their class and plan social events such as the Spring Fling (spring dinner-dance cruise around Manhattan), the Jasper Jingle (winter dance at a country club) and senior events. They also work with the social life commission in planning events throughout the year. Freshmen and dorm/commuter elections are scheduled to be held in September. Annual elections to be held in the spring.

    2022-23 Class Vice Presidents

    Position students
    Senior Class Vice Presidents Luca Villiani, Bridget Turro
    Junior Class Vice Presidents Gabriela Sandoval, Eleftherios Psarianos
    Sophomore Vice Presidents Jazi Riley, Finn Malone
    Freshman Class Vice Presidents Elliot Babilonia, O'Dell Holland Fincher, Jr.
  • Social Life Commission

    Responsible for planning a large majority of all social events on and off campus, including Springfest, Manhattan Madness, Broadway shows, sporting events, concerts, adventure trips and other social activities.

    Anyone can join this commission by talking to the vice president for social life.

  • Resident Student Association

    The resident student association represents resident students in all matters that come up, most notably food complaints, residence hall problems, parking problems, meal plan disputes and other residents’ issues. They also plan social events such as family day, late-night breakfast and stress-free zones.

    Anyone interested can contact the vice president for residential affairs.

  • Commuter Student Association

    The commuter student association represents commuters in all matters which come up, most notably lounge issues, parking problems, locker issues and other commuter issues. They also plan social events such as commuter barbecues, stress-free zones and many others.

    Anyone interested can contact the vice president for commuter affairs.

  • Neighborhood Relations Committee

    2022 - 2023 Committee Member

    position student
    Chairman Matthew Schule

    All members of the Manhattan College community are welcome to join. E-mail with inquiries.

All officers can be contacted at