The Student Government Association (SGA) was established by students to encourage participation in student government and to promote college spirit and recognition. SGA is the voice of the student body, serving as the liaison between students and the faculty, staff and administration. SGA improves student development and the campus community through participation in the governance of the college and providing and supporting student-organized events.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
SGA ELECTION RESULTS
SGA Election results are in! Your newly elected SGA Officers for the 2013-2014 year:
President: Ryan Rosberg
Vice President: Albat Mulbah
Finance Director: Andrea Allensworth
Communications Director: Martha Kamara
THE 2012-2013 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS
President - Basiru Jallow
Vice President - Kingsley Agho
Finance Director - Ashley Wize
Communications Director - Kari Brown
2012 - 2013 Executive Board
Executive Board meetings of the Student Government Association meetings are open to the student body.
The constitution may be revised periodically as a course of SGA business proceedings. Contact the Office of Student Life and Development or the Student Government Association for the most current version of the constitution.
Want to get involved in Student Government Association?
The Student Senate serves as the voice of the student body. It is committed to representing the views and needs of the student body to campus administration. The Student Senate is comprised of 20 members who are dedicated to serving the students and are committed to excellence.
We are now accepting applications for Student Senator positions!
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Each degree-granting academic program of the college will be a constituency for one elected student senator. Undecided students will collectively be represented by one elected student senator.
All Student Senate members must maintain a semester and cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 of higher and be enrolled in a minimum of three (3) credit hours per semester, excluding the summer semester.