Applications now open to join Undergraduate SGA

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Augusta University’s Undergraduate Student Government Association is currently taking applications for the 2021-22 academic school year.

SGA provides an instrument for student self-governance, representing the interests of the undergraduate student body in all affairs. SGA also provides an opportunity for students to develop leadership skills and to represent the student body to campus, university, state and national bodies. Students who are interested in making a change on campus have the opportunity to apply online

SGA has open seats in the executive and legislative branches. Four executive positions are available for the upcoming election, including the president, vice president (president and vice president must run on the same ballot), secretary and comptroller. Students running for an executive position are required to have an overall GPA of 2.75 or higher.

Applications are also open for senators (based on applicant’s respective academic college) and senators-at-large, which represent all students on campus, instead of just their college. Any student interested in participating in the senator election must hold at least a 2.5 overall GPA.

SGA is also looking for student justices to appoint. For more information on these roles, please visit the SGA webpage.

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