What is SGA?
(SGA) is the voice of the student body and
serves as the student governing body responsible for representing
student’s interests and addressing student’s needs with the campus
leadership. Members of Student Government learn leadership,
organizational and communication skills as they represent the
student body in campus, College and state meetings.
is the mission of the Student Government Association?
mission of the Wolfson Campus SGA is to represent the student body
and act as catalyst for positive change.
Serve as a voice and advocate for students.
Inform students of policy changes as well as campus and community
Promote interaction and communication among the Wolfson Campus
Provide leadership that inspires student participation,
contribution and service.
Create a fun environment that celebrates diversity, encourages
student success and nurtures personal growth.
is SGA structured?
SGA is composed of an executive board and a senate. The executive board
is elected by fellow students for a one-year term. The President
represents the student body at functions and meetings that are held
on or off campus. The Vice President assists the President in
representing the student body at senate meetings, events and
committees. The Secretary maintains all minutes and correspondence.
The Treasurer maintains accurate records of income and
expenditures. The Senators create committees to define students’
concerns and how to best represent them to the campus leadership.
They are also required to represent the student body at many campus
do I need to become a Senator?
become a SGA Senator, you must have a Cumulative Grade Point
Average of at least a 2.0 and be enrolled at the Wolfson Campus for
a minimum of six credits. All interested students are encouraged to
pick up an application at the Student Life Office, Room 2101 or
download a printable version.
The members of
the Student Government Association invite all students to make a
difference and become involved in Student Life at the Wolfson