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The Collins Board of Governors (BOG) is the legislative body of the Collins Student Government. It is made up of one or two Governors from every floor in Collins.

The Board of Governors has 3 main responsibilities:

  1. It is one of the boards responsible for allocating student fee money by funding projects in the Collins community.
  2. It serves as a forum in which student concerns can be heard and addressed.
  3. It fulfills other legislative roles delegated to it by the Collins Constitution.

The Board of Governors typically meets every-other week (see calendar). BOG meetings are open to all residents, but Floor Governors or their proxies are the only ones who may vote.

The form to request funding from BOG can be found here BoG Form.

Vice President of Board of Governors: Jacob Smith

Jacob Smith is a senior in the Media School, pursuing a degree in Creative Advertising. He is perpetually only 3/4 of the way through his to-do list, and spends far too much time wondering what he should be doing. He was born in Indiana (Terre Haute), grew up in Indiana (Corydon), and now lives in... Indiana (Bloomington).

His passions include music, sleeping, eating, walking, writing, and daydreaming. His favorite book is "What's Eating Gilbert Grape," favorite movie is "The Shawshank Redemption," and can't pick a favorite song, but it would probably be something by The Beatles, but not "Something," by The Beatles.