The Student Government Association (SGA) is the longest standing open forum on campus.
SGA consists of a 75 member Legislature and eight-member ExecutiveÂ Council.Â The Executive Council is selected annually through a campus election held in the spring. The Legislature is made up of elected representative students from each Class and Residence Hall, Commuters, Diversity/Inclusion Representatives, Community Relations/Fundraising Representative and Representatives at large.
Member ExecutiveÂ Council
The function of the Student Government Association is to represent student interests within all academic and social aspects of theÂ university community. SGA maintains representation on theÂ university governance committees in which students, faculty and administrators work together to evaluate theÂ university curriculum and createÂ university policies and standards.
SGA also helps to sponsor campus events and activities to enhance student life through allocations from the Student Senate Trust Fund (which is made up of the Student Activities Fee). SGA maintains a great emphasis on programming for students during the week and on weekends through the Campus Activities Board. TheÂ Campus Activities Board is open to all students regardless of SGA standing.Â
Our committees in SGA have a reputation in the À¶Ý®ÊÓÆµ community for helpful and sincere volunteer work. It is a continuous and never ending goal of SGA to help the student body maintain a healthy relationship with the surrounding community.
SGA's purpose is so diverse that there is something for everyone. No matter what your major is or what your interests are, SGA is right for you! SGA provides an excellent opportunity to have your voice heard by the faculty and administration. Your participation in SGA will help you learn valuable skills in leadership and teamwork as well as being a great way to meet new people. Don't sit by and watch things happen - get involved!
If you are interested in the SGA, curious about what seats are available or just have a question or concern, call us or stop by the SGA Room. SGA meetings are held every TuesdayÂ at 5:30 p.m. in theÂ Student Government Room located in the Garden LevelÂ ofÂ the Ely Campus Center Room E017. Meetings are open and all are encouraged to attend.
The purpose of the SGA shall be to provide and promote a partnership in governance among all segments of the university community and to ensure opportunities for all students to fully participate in campus wide activities and organizations.