The Student Government Association is the campus organization governing student activities and representing the students in college affairs. SGA members are elected by the student body. The SGA is composed of three officers: president, vice-president, and secretary-treasurer; plus three senators elected from the sophomore class; and three senators elected from the freshman class. During the Fall and Spring semester meetings are held weekly and are open forum. Student issues and concerns should be brought to the attention of the SGA membership.
The current SGA Prersident is Whitney Heath.
A Greeting from SGA’s President:
Hello BOBCATS! I am Whitney Heath, President of East Georgia State College’s Student Government Association, proudly representing our motto, “We are the Influence”. You may ask, “Why choose that motto?”. Well, the Student Government is here for every student that attends East Georgia State College. It is our goal to come together in unity, and with open minds to genuinely serve and hear our fellow students. We, as the Student Government, truly want to have a tremendous impact and influence on every student that is a part of the Bobcat Nation. As President, and serving and representing the board of our Student Government, I want to make a promise. I make the promise to every person that is a part of the “Bobcat Pack” that I will not only be an excellent President but I will actually fulfill the duties that comes with having that type of leadership. Many may love having titles and roles, but the title and role do not mean anything if one is not fulfilling what is expected of having that title. I am highly confident with the skills and abilities of my fellow Student Government board members, and you will most definitely get to know and see all of us around campus. We all are highly excited about what’s to come in this awesome school year here at East Georgia State College, and we hope you’re just as excited as we are. We’ll see you awesome people of greatness around campus!
With Great Excitement,
SGA President, Whitney Heath