The Student Government Association, also referred to as SGA, works as a
liaison between the student body, university, faculty and
administration. The Student Government Association:
- identifies and represents student interests;
student participation in the overall policy and decision-making process
of the University;
- promotes the general welfare of the student body
SGA also works with more than 50 chartered clubs to see
that all SGA policies are being followed.
Elected annually by students and composed of more than
80 representatives of the student body, SGA is the official voice of student opinion.
The Student Government Association consists of three branches:
- Executive: The president and three other executive
officers, vice president, press secretary and treasurer, make up the
executive board. This group determines the policies of the SGA and
informs the president of current issues, as well as advises the
- Legislative: Legislative authority is vested in the
Student Senate. This group has the power to make legislation and to
promote the general welfare of the student body.
- Judicial: This branch consists of the
Constitutional Review Board, a five-person panel that interprets the
constitution and sees that the SGA's actions are constitutional,