The duties of the President of the Student Union are outlined in Article III, Section 2 of the Constitution of the Student Union. The President serves as the official representative of the student body of John Carroll University and is the chief executive officer of the Student Union. In the capacity of the Student Union chief executive, the President presides over the Student Union Senate and chairs the Executive Board. The President is the sole representative of the Student Union in all matters. The President has the authority to appoint students to serve on various University-wide committees to act as his or her representative. The President signs all legislation after Senate passage and has the authority to enforce the legislation as defined in the Constitution. He/She also serves on various University committees and sub-committees as well as holding a non-voting seat with the Board of Trustees.