Student Government Association (SGA)

The Student Government Association (SGA) is the student voice in the academic, cultural, and social affairs of the college. It depends heavily on energetic and interested representatives elected annually from the student body.

The Student Government Association affects all levels of student participation at the college. There are 19 elected members to SGA, including four officers.

In addition to conveying student recommendations and sentiments to the faculty, staff, and administration, the Student Government Association is responsible for recommending the allocating of student activity fees, shaping policies affecting student life, coordinating extracurricular activities, and chartering new clubs and organizations.

The Student Government Association selects students to establish standing committees of the Faculty Council. These committees generally involved with the development of policies that affect the students and their relationship to the faculty.

To find out more about SGA committees and how you can get involved, visit the SGA offices located in Room S215 at 199 Chambers Street.

To find out about SGA elections and if you are eligible to run, visit the Office of Student Activities and pick up a Student Elections Handbook.

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