Tag - Student Government Association

6 tips for picking the right college

We all know academics are important when looking for a college. But college is about more than getting a degree. It should offer opportunities outside the classroom to practice leadership skills and broaden your horizons, while also providing a fun, safe and healthy social scene. “Our goal is...

“Battle for the Paddle” brings rivalry to the river

Regional rivals – the Augusta University and the University of South Carolina Aiken athletic departments are launching a new tradition in their longstanding sports competitions:  The Battle for the Paddle. Student government leaders from both institutions have teamed up to create a friendly...

Community gathers to remember student at memorial ceremony

Over 100 friends, faculty and family members gathered at the Maxwell Theatre on Monday night to celebrate the life of Rowan Feldhaus, an Augusta University student who died on May 16 at 25. Speakers at the student-organized ceremony spoke of what an inspiration Feldhaus was and how influential he...

SGA Elections Begin

SGA Elections Begin

Are you interested in making an IMPACT on campus? Do you want to help create changes to make GRU a better university? Then run to be a part of the undergraduate Student Government Association! Open Offices include: President, Vice President, Secretary, Comptroller, Humanitarian, Senators for...

SGA President Banks makes the most of his college experience

Student Government Association President Michael Banks wasn’t particularly engaged in campus activities until his junior year, when he started to take an active role in campus organizations. He joined the Crew, GRU’s main programing body, and from there he caught the involvement bug. A couple of...

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