Student Government Association (SGA)
If you have a question, SGA is the answer.
|2015 - 2016 Student Government Association Leadership|
|Vice President||Erin Drouin||SGAvp@my.easternct.edu|
|BAM Chair||Clint Gosselin||BAM@my.easternct.edu|
|Student Issues||Harrison Brooks||SGA@my.easternct.edu|
|Public Relations||Courtney and Christina Welch||SGA@my.easternct.edu|
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The Student Government Association (SGA) provides students with the opportunity to develop skills in democratic procedures. A representative form of government, students are elected to act as the governing body for student concerns. Members work at meeting the social, economic, and curricular needs of all Eastern students, and they also serve in deliberations with the faculty and administration of Eastern. The budget of SGA is generated from the student activity fee paid by every student.
The SGA comprises many segments of the student population and is constituency based. Representatives are elected in the spring and fall semesters by the entire student body of Eastern Connecticut State University. The General Board and Executive Board act as advisory bodies in the management of the SGA. Each student senator holds office hours in the SGA Suite and serves on one internal and one external committee.
You can visit SGA in their office/suite located on the lower level of the Student Center.