The Executive branch consists of students who tackle major campus issues in pursuit of bettering the lives of University of Iowa students. Members of the Executive Branch are charged with the duty of developing, implementing, and managing USG initiatives. Members of the Executive Branch also commonly serve as liaisons to University of Iowa administration.
The USG Legislative Branch is comprised of the Student Senate, which is charged with the duties of allocating funds and drafting legislation in the form of bills and resolutions. The Student Senate consists of 50 senators who each serve on two committees.
The Student Judicial Court (SJC) is the judicial branch of the Undergraduate Student Government. The role for SJC is to interpreted the USG Governing Documents and recommend procedural changes, serve as an appellate court for cases heard by other student judicial bodies, aid in the appeal process over University-issued parking tickets, and oversee the elections process of USG senators and executives.