The official representative of the student body is the Student Government. Its objectives are:
1 To act as the official representative of Dominican College students in all matters that relate to them as DC students in particular and college students in general; 2 To strive for mutual cooperation and understanding among students, faculty, and administration;
3 To approve charters and budgets submitted by clubs and organizations provided these charters comply with the guidelines as stated in the Student Government Constitution;
4 To help plan a cultural and social calendar that will meet the varied needs and desires of the College community; and
5 To aid in directing and coordinating social activities.
The Student Government Office in Casey Hall is open to all students.
The four class presidents, and one representative elected from each class, combine with the executive officers to make up the Student Government. Most members are elected in the spring. The freshman class elects its representatives in the fall semester.
Student Government meets regularly, and meetings for the Presidents of clubs and organizations are held monthly.
All students who run for office, either Student Government officer or class officer, must maintain an index of 2.5 and be full-time students maintaining normal academic progress towards a degree.