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The Student Government Association (SGA) proudly serves all Georgia Southern students. The SGA works hard to ensure that the students’ interests are met first. These dedicated student leaders have conducted several financial aid forums, many programs to gain students’ awareness on student services and countless community service opportunities, such as Toys for Tots, Adopt-A-School program, and assisting the elderly at Savannah Specialty Care.
Armstrong/Liberty SGA Bylaws
Current Roster of SGA Members
2018-2019 Senate Minutes & Agendas
2018-2019 Legislation Docket
Archives from Previous Years
Armstrong/Liberty SGA Committees
Academic Success – responsible for any academic student issues, such as grades, professors, advisement, class availability, and other academic resources.
Auxiliary Affairs – responsible for most non-academic student issues, such as Housing, Eagle Dining, Facility Services, Parking, and Health Services.
Business & Finance – responsible for financial matters regarding the Armstrong & Liberty Campuses, as well as the RSO Budget.
Recruitment & Marketing – responsible for marketing and educating the student body of the Armstrong and Liberty Campuses about SGA and its role in the University.
Rules – responsible for amending/updating the Armstrong/Liberty SGA Bylaws as needed, and verifying petitions presented to the Armstrong/Liberty Senate.
Awards – aids the Chief of Staff in planning SGA’s Conventions; nominates recipients for the Armstrong Heroes Awards and awards for outstanding Senator, Senior, Faculty, and Staff.
Financial Advisory Committee – hears RSO funding requests from Armstrong and Liberty Campus RSOs.
Organization Presidents’ Council – consists of RSO leadership and serves to help inform RSOs from the Armstrong and Liberty Campuses about University and SGA policy regarding students organizations
Senate Leadership Council – consists of the Speaker, the Senate Leadership, and Chief of Staff to help facilitate the Senate’s long-term projects and goals.
Last updated: 3/26/2019