The Student Government Association (SGA) is the representative voice of the student body. Composed of an elected senate of freshman, sophomore, junior and senior senators, it deals with campus-wide issues and governance to promote student welfare. SGA is the organization that charters student clubs and organizations. Any group who wishes to start a new club must go through the SGA in order to gain approval. SGA also acts as an advisory body to all chartered organizations on matters such as rules and policies and fund disbursement. They act as a coordinator of club and organization activities, programs, and events. In addition, SGA sponsors activities, programs, and student forums which allow for the fullest expression of student opinion.
SGA meets every Monday at 12:10 p.m. in the Community Room of the Ruhl Student Community Center. For more information about SGA, contact the SGA Adviser, Dan Puccio, or SGA President, Kelly Why, or the SGA Executive Board