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Student governments in the United States
also called a "student center" or "student commons"

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  1. these groups are often known as student government or "Associated Students." In the U.S., the phrase "student union" often refers to a "student activity center" , a building containing a "union" of many dining halls, game rooms, lounges, student offi

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  2. a term from the United States

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  3. At institutions with large graduate, medical school, and individual "college" populations, there are often student governments that serve those specific constituencies

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  4. The first student union built at a public university in the United States was the Ohio Union (1909) at The Ohio State University

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  5. The largest students' union/center building is at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma, however, it is unusual in the United States in that it combines the US terms of "student union" (meaning a "student activity center") and a "student go

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  6. Universities that call their legislative councils "Student Assembly" include Michigan State University, the University of Michigan, Dartmouth College, Cornell University, the College of William and Mary, and the State University of New York (SUNY)

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