Student Government at Lincoln Center
The student government for undergraduate students at the Lincoln Center campus is comprised of three governing bodies; United Student Government, Commuting Student Association, and the Residence Hall Association.
USG is the student government body representing all students from Fordham College at Lincoln Center and the Undergraduate Gabelli School of Business at Lincoln Center. Their purpose is to provide a voice for student concerns in the University Community and act as a governing mechanism for the solutions of student problems while ensuring proper and equal representation for all students. In order to maintain visibility among the student body, USG will provide social and educational programming for the student body and its organizations. USG fosters a sense of community and maintains the means to a clear dialogue among the faculty, staff, and students.
The Commuting Students Association (CSA) is the governing body that represents and serves the commuting students of Fordham College at Lincoln Center and the Undergraduate Gabelli School of Business at Lincoln Center. CSA provides a forum for commuter concerns and serves as a liaison to administration and other organizations in the Fordham community. Through its programs and services, CSA helps to foster involvement and create community among commuting students.
RHA works with administrators and the McMahon and McKeon residents to address concerns and improve life on campus. They plan and host fun events, raise money for great causes, and work to foster a stronger sense of community in the residence halls.