Student Government Association
The SGA represents the student body, provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate leadership, and serves as a liaison between the students and the University administration. It also plays an important role in planning and sponsoring student campus activities and events. The SGA is led by five executive members: President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary and Public Relations. As the student body expands, representative members will be added to the SGA and job responsibilities will change. The SGA constitution defines SGA’s goals and objectives and establishes the roles and responsibilities of each SGA member. The constitution also defines the policies and procedures to follow for planning and organizing University events. The President of the SGA serves on the University Academic Affairs Council, Student Affairs Advisory Committee and Library Committee.