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Frequently Asked Questions

SGA Questions1. How do I become a member of the SGA?

a. All students are members of the student association upon admission to King University.

b. Students may become members of the student government by running for office when announced during the academic year. Or by, professing interest in being a part of the executive branch of the SGA, perhaps as a cabinet secretary or minister.


2. What does SGA stand for?

Student Government Association


3. What does the SGA do?

Everything. Literally everything. We represent the voice of the student body. So if you are directly affected by a policy made by the administration, we have the responsibility to ensure the best interest of the student within that policy.


4. When are the SGA meetings?

a. Every Friday (Weather permitted), unless otherwise announced differently, in Sells hall 108, 9:15 – 10:00 a.m.

b. SGA senators meet Wednesday from 2:50-3:50pm in Sells 108.


5. Are students allowed in the SGA meetings?

Yes.


6. Who do I contact to voice my concerns or suggestions?

You may contact any member of the SGA; we will contact the appropriate School official to handle your concern in a timely manner.


7. What kind of issues could SGA resolve?

We can resolve any issue that directly affects you. We proctor all student organizations; we fund them and ensure they are working to benefit the greater King community.


8. How am I represented in the SGA?

a. Each class is represented by 3 senator elected during the beginning of the fall semester (in the case of Freshmen Senators) and at the end of the spring semester (in the case of the upper-class senators).

b. Each class appoints a minister to handle the day-to-day administration of the class.


9. How do I start a new student organization?

Go to sga.king.edu, click the charter request link, and complete the charter request form.


10. I’ve started a student organization, now what?

Now, you must begin to promote your club. Get the word out and let the students know about the awesome, new student organization that has been started on campus. It is imperative, however, that you apply for budget review, so that you can receive funding. You’ll submit a budget request (available at sga.king.edu) and set up a time to interview with the Executive Treasurer and the Management and Budget Committee.