The SMUSA Executive Committee (ExCo) consists of eight different departments. Each department plays an essential role in the ExCo, where they work together on a daily operational basis to ensure a vibrant student life in SMU.




The President and Vice-President chart the strategic direction of SMUSA towards its vision and mission. By working closely with the School Offices, the senior management in particular, they ensure that student voices are represented and heard by the school. Both of them also represent SMUSA to engage with external stakeholders. Together, they ensure that SMUSA upholds the image as a reliable organisation.

From left: Marcus Wong, Leong Ze Hao



From left: Chua Jo En, Yu Yiling, Aloysius Tan

The Honorary Finance Secretary department manages the SMUSA accounts and bills, and reports the audited statement of income and expenditure with the balance sheet at SMUSA Annual General Meeting (AGM). They also work with the Finance in-charge from the CBds in the Finance Committee to ensure efficacy use of budget during the Budget Endorsement Meeting (BEM).


From left: Bill Wong, Lim Jia En, Sandra Mathew, Jamie Lee

The Academic & Welfare department oversees matters regarding academic and professional development as they work closely with many SMU Offices, especially SMU Libraries, to ensure that students' concerns are reflected and addressed by the school. The team also looks after the mental well-being of students, by organising events such as Welfare Drives and other initiatives.


From left: Gan Hui Xuen, Toh Jia Ze, Udbhav Dalmia

The Honorary General Secretary department convenes all Executive Committee, Council and General meetings. They also attend to enquiries from students and external stakeholders, and enforce various Standing Orders to ensure that CBds properly utilise emails and posters placed around campus. In addition, the team is in-charge of the Elections Fever.


From left: Eunice Kay, Vivian Ong, Wong Yee Fei, Joanne Ng

The Communications department is responsible for the branding and publicity of SMUSA, ensuring that the novelty of the brand is safeguarded. The team carries out marketing and public relations functions through managing all SMUSA media platforms. They also oversee SMU's online publication arm, The Blue And Gold. In addition, the Communications Deputies assume the role of Marketing Directors for SMUSA events in the summer.


From left: Chew Jun Hui, Quok Juin, Sean Nah, Fabian Lee, Timothy Chia, Jeslynn Loo, Lei Wan Yu, Shannon Yap, Grace Lee

The Corporate Relations department is the Business Development and Partnerships arm of SMUSA. The team regularly interacts with a multitude of sponsors to secure corporate sponsorships and partnerships that seeks to enhance student life. At the same time, they ensure that sponsors engaged by all CBds are in the interests of students by enforcing the Sponsorship Standing Order.


The Events department heads the Events Committee to ensure that all events in the summer are scheduled in an orderly manner. They also manage SMUSA summer events, such as Freshmen Orientation, Vivace and Bash, where the Events Deputies chair these events. In the school semester, they organise SMUSA biannual events to enhance student life in SMU. The Events team works closely with the Office of Student Life (OSL) to effectively connect students with SMUSA.

From left: Megan Lim, Gayathri Ghandi, Peh Qian Ling, Tarina Khiantani



From left: Kelvin Phang

The International Students' Secretary of SMUSA represents the voices of all international students in SMU and champions integration within the SMU community. Concurrently the President of International Connections (ICON), a standing committee under SMUSA, Kelvin leads ICON together with his Management Commmittee to celebrate cultural diversity and cultivate a familial culture in SMU.


From left: Lee Yi Hao, Joanne Leo, Aditya Chand

The Operations department strategically manages all of SMUSA facilities and logistics, and oversees the internal asset management processes in SMUSA. They also work with Operations Director from the CCA CBds for Asset Endorsement Meeting (AEM) and the Office for Campus and Infrastructure (OCIS) and Office of Safety and Security (OSS) regarding campus facilities matters. The team aims to create a comfortable and conducive space for all SMU students.

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