Mount Mary University’s Student Government Association (SGA) exists to represent the student body in University issues and decisions, both big and small. Students have the opportunity to serve on SGA, gaining leadership experience, supporting the diverse student community, and creating positive change.
What is Student Government Association (SGA)?
The Student Government Association is a group of students elected by their peers to represent their needs and concerns to the University. Members of SGA represent various student populations including resident students, Grace scholars, non-traditional and graduate students, as well as the student body at large. SGA meets weekly to identify campus issues or concerns that need to be addressed.
What does SGA do?
Student Government has several key functions:
1. Seeks student feedback and input
2. Supports student organizations
3. Provides student voice to University administration
4. Represents students on various campus committees and governing bodies
In addition to these key functions, SGA plans and hosts events that support their overall mission of representing the student body and supporting the Mount Mary mission.
How do I get involved?
Student Government elections occur each spring semester. On occasion, there are positions open during the year that can be filled by special appointment. Check out the SGA page on My Mount Mary to see the current board, get information about vacant positions, and for information on elections!
Want to get involved in SGA? Contact the President or Vice President for more information:
Want to make Mount Mary a better place? Contact us!
Have an idea on something to make the campus better? Have a concern to share? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out this form. You can also stop by the SGA Resource Desk in the Gerhardinger Center to talk to an SGA representative during posted hours.