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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.

No. With a large number of students taking online classes, all SGA Senate meetings are moving to virtual formats wherever possible. Visit and for the most up to date access to virtual SGA meetings.

SGA is providing online opportunities for students to continue their participation or to get involved. Georgia State University provides many online tools to students, faculty, and staff, which can be found online at You can also use the Panther Involvement Network (PIN) to connect with upcoming virtual events. Visit to explore options for student organizations and activities that are moving to the virtual world.

Yes, Student Center East and West are open during these hours. Please review the guidelines available at so you can help us keep you and the Georgia State community safe.

Yes, students can apply to vacancies in SGA for the upcoming 2020-2021 year in the Panther Involvement Network.

Opportunities to Get Involved and Make a Difference

Are you a student looking to make a difference at your University?  Build valuable career and leadership skills the STATE WAY® with the Student Government Association (SGA). SGA has the following opportunities:

  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, or
  3. Apply to fill one of the open positions listed on the next page for the 2020-2021 academic school year using the Panther Involvement Network today!
  4. You can also 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 to begin a pilot project of free menstrual product distribution in March

Attention all Panthers! The Student Government Association, in collaboration with the Office of the Dean of Students, Student Health Promotions, and the Student Health Clinic, is launching a pilot program beginning March 1, 2021 to gauge student demand for free menstrual products provided on all campuses. The next time you are walking around campus, stop by these locations on campus to pick up your free supply of menstrual products today!


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