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1. How do I become a member of the SGA?
Students may become members of student government by running for office when announced
during the academic year. Or, byindicating interest in being a part of the executive
branch of the SGA, perhaps as a appointee to a committee.
2. What does SGA stand for?
Student Government Association
3. What does the SGA do?
SGA represents the student body. Through student appointees to University committees,
SGA helps ensure that the student voice is heard. The SGA President and Vice President
also meet regularly with the University President to discuss matters of interest and
concern. SGA also plans and executes a number of student activities and initiatives
throughout the year.
4. When are the SGA meetings?
Meeting times and locations are announced each semester.
5. Are students allowed in the SGA meetings?
6. Who do I contact to voice my concerns or suggestions?
You may contact any member of the SGA, including the Executive Officers and Senators.
7. What kind of issues could SGA resolve?
SGA functions to share student concerns with the appropriate administrator(s).
8. How am I represented in the SGA?
The SGA Senate is composed of representatives of each class (Freshman, Sophomore,
Junior, Senior) as well as representatives from each academic school.
9. How do I start a new student organization?
Stop by the SGA Office to learn more about the chartering process and pick up the
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 and set up a time to interview with the Executive Treasurer
and the Management and Budget Committee.