The Student Association (SA) responds to the concerns of the student community, with the understanding that the all university activities consist of three major groups of participants: faculty, administration, and students.
The association coordinates the activities of Reformed University students as the elected student governing body. The whole student body, through due process, as outlined in the student handbook and in SA bylaws, elects officers and members of the Student Association.
Its primary functions are to initiate discussion and make decisions concerning student well-being and learning environments, to coordinate pre-scheduled and approved student activities throughout the academic year, to improve the educational environment of the University, and to aid students with the various hardships and difficulties that may arise during the pursuit of their academic goals.
The Association helps students to be active in serving the community and to participate in University programs, provides information regarding student welfare, and acts as a mediator between University administration and the Reformed University student body.