Government Association (SGA) provides students with opportunities for
governance while developing leadership skills and serving the needs of the
student body. Elected student officers and professional staff collaborate with
students, faculty, staff and administration to identify and
deliver programming and services that reflect the needs and preferences of
the student body.
Assembly Meetings are open to all students. They are held to inform students
about upcoming events, proposed initiatives and activities sponsored by the
Office of Student Leadership and Engagement and/or SGA. Meetings provide
a forum for standing committee reports, club and organization updates, and
issues brought forth by students. All students are encouraged to attend
and will have the opportunity to vote on various items during each meeting
Assists in planning and sponsoring both social and educational events
throughout the year including Fall and Spring Party On The Quad. In
addition, an EPB member is selected to serve on the Arts Across Campus
Committee, a group charged with providing a broad spectrum of cultural and
educational events throughout the academic year.
Responsible for the requests and allocations of additional funds to
clubs/organizations in support of club trips, projects, speakers, etc.
Concerned with publicizing and promoting SGA initiatives, activities
and events. Members of this committee work to identify and effectively
advertise events sponsored by SGA and its standing committees and clubs and
organizations. Onondaga students interested in marketing, communications,
graphic design and electronic media communications are encouraged to serve on this
for open SGA positions are held in mid-Spring and all activity fee paying
students are eligible to vote in elections.
If you are interested in running for a position for the 2019-2020 Academic
contact the Office of Student Leadership
Association and the Office of Student Leadership and Engagement will determine
targeted areas/constituencies where a representative from SGA may be needed to
serve as a liaison between said student body and the SGA.
These representatives will
be known as Senators At-Large and
they will advocate for their respective constituency. Some of these constituencies may include:
residential students, commuter students, [email protected], safety/security, first
year students, service learning, diversity, and academic areas.
are interested in a Senator At-Large position, or would like to nominate
someone, please contact the Office of Student Leadership and
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