The Mission of the Student Government of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts is to;
"actively seek the voices of LSA students and advocate their interests to improve academic and non-academic life,"
1. Changing Policy: LSA SG seeks to provide a continuous role for LSA students in College policy and decision making when student interests are involved.
For example: LSA SG has lobbied on behalf of student interest on such issues as setting a precedent of exam-free election days.
2. Improving Well-Being: LSA SG works to improve the quality of both academic and non-academic life for the students of LSA.
For example: LSA SG hosts a Stress Free Diag Day during exam weeks offering free items and services including Green Books, food, and professional massages.
3. Protecting Rights: LSA SG protects the rights of LSA students.
For example: LSA SG advocated on behalf of a Gender-Neutral Housing option.
4. Representing Students: LSA SG serves as the representative voice of LSA students pertaining to academics and their general welfare both on and around campus, and appoints students to serve on a variety of College and University committees.
For example: LSA SG worked with administration to create the International Studies Minor due to growing demand from LSA students.