Since the beginning of 2018, Georgia State University students on the Atlanta campus have voiced their concerns with the increased wait time for the Blue Route Buses. The buses transport students to and from the Blue Lot of the Georgia State Stadium and one of the university’s main classroom buildings, Langdale Hall. Students are able… more »
Georgia State University held a general election for the 2019-2020 executive and legislative candidates of the Student Government Association on March 26 – 28, 2019. The results, with 2,527 votes cast, are available by viewing our 2019 Election Results.
Since none of the presidential or Atlanta executive vice presidential candidates obtained 51% of the vote,… more »
Volunteering with the Student Government Association (SGA) is a great way to get involved on campus and learn how the SGA operates. Students can let us know of their interest using the application form in the Panther Involvement Network. Students can select a standing committee on their campus that is of interest… more »
Applications are now available for 2019-2020 vacant positions on the Panther Involvement Network.
Any graduate and professional senator positions that are not filled by the first Atlanta campus senate meeting in Fall 2019 may be filled with an undergraduate or graduate student at that first fall meeting or soon thereafter.
A runoff election will be held on Thursday, April 4, 2019, starting at 12:01 a.m. and ending at Midnight that same day. The runoff ballot will be located on the front page of PIN.GSU.EDU. The runoff election will determine the winners for the following two races (candidates listed in alphabetical order):
Anthony Jones… more »
The Student Government Association (SGA) provides various ways for the members of the student body to participate in their activities and events throughout the year. Student who want more information on how serve the Georgia State student body should refer to the links on the left hand side of the page.
General Senate Body… more »