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.
Letter from the SGA President:
Hello to ALL EGSC Bobcats,
I am currently the newly elected SGA President for 2017-2018. I have many ideas that will inspire and embrace you students here at EGSC for the year and, hopefully, years to come. I am currently a Business Administration major and will graduate in May of 2018. I am honored to serve as your student body president as we learn, develop and enhance our community, country and world.
“Student-focused, East Georgia State College (EGSC), a four-year institution of the University System of Georgia (USG), provides affordable access to quality higher education, enabling all students to achieve their academic goals with minimum delay and expense.”
As the Student Government Association, we are here to make your school move and experience as well as can be expected. We have a unique nearness on grounds and are focused on serving others. Whether it be through events, clubs and organizations, or improvements on campus, SGA is present to stand with you to make sure that your East Georgia State College experience is full of excitement! We hold ourselves to an exclusive requirement to guarantee that all that we do is for you students and to positively benefit the college.
On behalf of the Student Government Association of East Georgia State College, it is my honor and pleasure to welcome you and serve you. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions, comments or concerns: email@example.com, or you may see me around campus and ask!
SGA President 2017-2018