Student Government

Student Government

Student Government is the executive body for Lake Region State College students and the Campus Activities Board (CAB). It's made up of senators voted on by the student body and is open to all students who seek involvement in college decision-making processes and communication with college administration.

The Student Government and CAB are responsible for the allocation of student activity funds and provide for student programs in the areas of education, culture, social activity, and student welfare. CAB accepts applications from clubs, individual students, and faculty for programming costs that benefit the student body at LRSC. Clubs and organizations on campus must be officially recognized by the Student Government. The Student Government outlines the structure of this recognition.


How do I become involved? What is the schedule for Student Government meetings? How does Student Government benefit me?
Participation is a straightforward process – simply make your presence known! All gatherings are accessible to every member of the Lake Region State College student body. Any full-time student at LRSC with a minimum GPA of 2.0 qualifies for membership in Student Government. Additionally, you have the option of including Student Government as a 1-credit course towards your graduation. Student Government convenes weekly, at noon on Wednesdays, in the Colonial Room.
  • Engage with fellow students
  • Gain leadership skills by advocating your concepts for institutional enhancements to the college administration.
  • Enhance your resume.
  • Serve on committees and help plan campus-wide events.
  • Act as the representative of Lake Region State College at events organized by the North Dakota Student Association.

Interested in Student Government?

Scott Dunbar, Housing & Student Life Director

Student Senate Constitution: Policy and Procedure Manual - Section 1400.03