About Us

About Us

Executive Message
The Student Government Association (SGA) is the official voice for the student population at Georgia State University. The SGA is honored and privileged to have the opportunity to promote the interests of the students to the university community. We, the popularly elected representatives, accept our charge to maintain and improve the student experience at Georgia State University through policy rather than programming.

Student Government Association is divided into three equal branches. The Executive Branch, otherwise known as the SGA Executive Board, is headed by the SGA President and serves as an administrative committee for the Student Government. The legislative powers of the Student Government are invested in the SGA Senate, which is led by the SGA Executive Vice President. Finally, the Student Judicial Board is headed by the student Chief Justice and serves as the SGA’s judicial branch.

This year our ambition to put students first will require a concerted effort by the Senators, a cohesion among the Executive Board, and coordination with you, the student. If you are interested in volunteering or having your organization co-host an event, please do not hesitate to contact us.

President Lanier Henson

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    Student Elections are approaching but applications are still open to be a Senator for the School of Education and School of Public Health

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    The revision of the Bylaws and Constitution was a success. GSU now has a revised Constitution #GSUSenate

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    SGA officially have new members of our Transfer/Freshman liaison program! Congratulations Blessing Akomas, Maggie Kong, and Jaun Galvis!

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    SGA will be sending a survey out to inform students and get students' opinions of this bill before an action is made. #GSUSenate

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    The bill also requests if an event requires the use of megaphones, amplifiers, etc. that it be held in Unity Plaza instead of Library Plaza

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