UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – In partnership with the Interfraternity Council, the Panhellenic Council,
The University Park Undergraduate Association was formed in 2006 to work to improve student life for all undergraduate students at Penn State University Park. We are structured like the federal government, with a Legislative General Assembly, an Executive Branch, and a Judicial Board. Elections for UPUA Representatives are every March, and any eligible student can run to become an elected member of the UPUA.
The UPUA’s goal is to improve all facet of student life. We work towards this goal by advocating directly to administrators, theBoard of Trustees, College Deans, and anyone else necessary. Additionally, the UPUA partners with many student organizations throughout the year to provide educational programming, as well as other fun events for the student body at large.
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There are no upcoming events at this time.
The Executive Branch of the UPUA is lead by the President and Vice President, and charged with carrying out any and all official business of the UPUA, as legislated by the General Assembly. More information about the Executive Departments and Directors can be found here.
The General Assembly is the UPUA’s legislative body, writing, researching, and passing legislation and stances on behalf of the student body. More information about the General Assembly and the four CORE Committees within it can be found here.
Serving as the judicial branch of the UPUA, the J-Board handles all internal conflicts and makes sure the UPUA’s legislation is germane with the governing documents. More information about the Judicial Board and its members can be found here.