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If you are a student looking to make a difference at Georgia State and build valuable career and leadership skills the STATE WAY® with the Student Government Association (SGA). SGA has the following opportunities for the 2021-2022 academic year:

  1. Apply to serve as a Transition or Transfer Liaison,
  2. Apply to serve as a volunteer on a standing or ad hoc committee of SGA (all campuses), or
  3. Apply to fill one of the open positions (including appointed positions like Communications or Finance Directors on all campuses or Atlanta Senate Clerk.
  4. Attend a campus or university-wide Senate meeting (see the calendar listings above or in PIN) for dates, times, and meeting location or link.

SGA provides opportunities for students to continue their participation or to get involved. You can also use the Panther Involvement Network (PIN) to connect with upcoming events hosted by registered student organizations and university departments.

The Dean of Students office can provide assistance to students and families in the event of a documentable emergency circumstance that interferes with the student's class attendance. Visit the emergency assistance page of the Dean of Students office.

Brianna Bailey Elected SGA’s 92 Administration President for 2021-2021

Brianna Bailey, a junior majoring in Political Science in the College of Arts & Sciences has been elected President of SGA’s 92nd administration for 2021-2022. She ran unopposed on the Spring ballot with voting taking place on April 13-15, 2021. She served as the Speaker of the Senate in the 91st administration of SGA. More information on election results is available at election results.

Applications are being accepted for all remaining vacancies not filled by the ballot or appointment process using this form.

Applications for Freshmen, Transition, and Transfer Liaisons (who are selected in September) are available here.

Learn more about SGA!

During fall and spring semesters, Student Government Association hosts university-wide senate meetings once a month and campus senate meetings occur on each campus every other week.  Meetings are open to all students and the public to attend.  Both meetings include an open student forum on their agendas to provide an opportunity for students to bring up their concerns.

Join SGA in the Panther Involvement Network to stay informed on upcoming meetings.

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