Participating in SGA is a wonderful way to make a positive difference on campus life while developing transferable skills such as leadership and communication. Running for office gives students the opportunity to develop their own personal brand and learn to utilize personal and community networks. Once elected, SGA members enjoy the privilege of taking active decision making roles and can influence university policies and events that directly affect the student body.


The timeline for the 2024 Special Spring Election is below: 

1/19 at 9:00am: Applications Open

Link for applications

 1/22 at 9:00am: Campaign Period Begins

2/1 at 5:00pm: Applications Close

2/2: Election Day! (9:00am -5:00pm)

Link to Election Voting!

2/3 at 12:00pm: Announcement of Results

2/6: Spring Inaugurations at the First General Assembly

GA meeting information

Once the election results are finalized on the 2nd the 28 elected legislative members are required to attend all General Assembly (GA) meetings, the first of which is on Tuesday the 6th. GA meetings are held biweekly on Tuesday at 7:30 in the Prothro Room inside the library. This spring’s GAs will take place on: 2/6, 2/20, 3/ 5, 3/19, 4/2, and will close on April 16th. 


All GA members are required to attend all GA meetings. You can find information regarding attendance policies in the SGA Constitution under Article III. All GA meetings are business casual/business professional, and all members are expected to arrive at least five minutes prior to the beginning of the meetings. These requirements ensure that all SGA meetings are conducted in a professional and expeditious manner. If you have any more questions regarding membership expectations and more, please review the SGA Constitution which can be found in the Governing Documents page. If the Constitution is not sufficient in answering your questions, please email the president or vice president.