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… more »
On Saturday, June 9 – Monday, June 11, five members of Student Government Association’s executive committee attended the Presidential Leadership Summit in Washington D.C. The Georgia State University delegation was led by SGA President Franklin Patterson and included Alpharetta Executive Vice President (EVP)- Alexus Seymour, Atlanta EVP – Ayesha Iqbal, Clarkston EVP – Christin Smith,… more »
Georgia State University held a general election for the 2018-2019 executive and legislative candidates of the Student Government Association on Monday, March 26 – Wednesday, March 28, 2018 and a run-off election on April 5 for the position of President. The results are available by viewing Election Results – Final 2018.
Franklin Patterson, a junior majoring… more »
The university-wide executive committee (comprised of the president, six executive vice presidents and the Atlanta campus communications director) of the Student Government Association at Georgia State University is excited to update you on the inner working, initiatives, and highlights of our Fall 2017 semester while also emphasizing the goals we have for Spring 2018.
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The Student Government Association (SGA) Election Commission exists to supervise and regulate the SGA elections in accordance with the SGA Constitution. There is a University-Wide Election Commission, made up of the Election Commission Chairs from each campus, that oversees the presidential election. The Campus Election Commission oversees the elections specific to each campus.
The current… more »
Georgia State University held a general election for the 2017-2018 executive and legislative candidates of the Student Government Association (SGA) on Monday, April 3 – Thursday, April 6, 2017. The results, with 2,044 votes cast on the Atlanta campus and 952 on the Perimeter campuses, are available by viewing the SGA… more »
The SGA Campaign period began Monday, March 20 on all six campuses and a debate was held on March 28 in Speakers Auditorium of Student Center East on the Atlanta campus for the positions of Atlanta Speaker of the Senate, Atlanta Executive Vice President and President. On Thursday a Senator Forum was held for the… more »
Candidate applications for elected positions with SGA are now available in the Student Government Elections portal of Orgsync. Students do not need to be a member of the portal in order to complete the application. (Only the members of the University-Wide Election Commission are members of the portal.) There is one application… more »
Georgia State University held a runoff election for the executive board candidates of the Student Government Association on Thursday, April 14. The results, with 1,766 votes cast on the Atlanta campus and 784 on the Perimeter campuses, are:
President Fortune Onwuzuruike 57% Sri Rajasekaran 43% Executive Vice President – Atlanta Campus Shamari Southwell 57% Anthony… more »
Georgia State University will hold a runoff election for the executive board candidates of the Student Government Association. Elect the 2016-2017 student representative for President of Georgia State University, the Executive Vice President and the Speaker… more »