The Student Government Association (SGA) is the representative governing body of the undergraduate student population.

Working jointly with students, faculty, staff and administration, the SGA is dedicated to improving students’ academic, social and cultural environments. Beyond pro-actively pursuing this goal, the SGA also approves and governs student organizations and their budgets.

Organized as an executive branch, legislative branch and judicial branch, the SGA’s student officers work diligently to better the Towson University community.

Executive Board Members

If you would like to connect with another SGA member, visit our Resources page for the SGA directory.

Name and title contact

Edmund Rhynes Jr


Simi Sanni
Vice President


Marlon Mauricio


Kennedy Bennett
Attorney General


Mary Adewole
Chief of Staff


Oreofe Odusanya
Deputy Chief of Staff


Three Branches of the SGA

The Towson University Student Government Association has three branches: executive, legislative and judicial. They each serve different purposes while working together to continue making Towson University great.

Executive Branch

The executive branch comprises the executive board, the executive cabinet, the executive council and the office of the solicitor general. The branch is charged with executing passed legislation and leading SGA initiatives.

Legislative Branch

The legislative branch comprises the elected representatives of the SGA, the senate represents the student body. They write proper and necessary legislation on important topics and urgent matters concerning the student body at TU.

Judicial Branch

The judicial branch comprises a chief justice, a deputy chief justice and three associate justices. This branch ensures the SGA and student organizations comply with the governing documents.