Student Government Association (SGA)
The Student Government Association (SGA) at Clarkson College is the voice of the students, serving as a communication link between students and the College community. SGA listens to students' suggestions and ideas in its work building a positive campus environment.
Involvement in SGA, which is available to all currently enrolled Clarkson College students, is a great way to build leadership skills and make a positive difference for your fellow students.
SGA Executive Officers
|Vice President||Erika Hansen||Hansen.email@example.com|
|Public Relations Chair||Meagan Fitch||Fitch.firstname.lastname@example.org|
SGA Officer Descriptions
President: Preside at all meetings of SGA, prepare the agenda for each meeting, appoint special committees and chairpersons, and be a liaison and representative to the College and the public.
Vice President: Perform the duties of the president in his/her absence and serve as a representative to Student Activities Council.
Secretary: Record minutes and attendance during meetings. Maintain official records of SGA business, and promote and advertise all SGA meetings, activities and events within a timely manner.
Treasurer: Maintain all SGA financial records, develop the SGA budget and serve as a member of student programming committee.
Public Relations Chair: Promote and advertise all SGA meetings, activities and events within a timely manner. Work with the Marketing department pertaining to articles about SGA in the Clarkson College student newsletter and updates to the SGA webpage. Act as a liaison for faculty senate and attend their monthly meetings.
Representative: Voice and vote for all students at Clarkson College within each receptive division recognized at the institution. Serve on committees of SGA to provide service for the College community.
Note: Candidates must be in good academic standing with a 2.5 minimum cumulative GPA and be available for bi-monthly meetings and other various projects. Any student running for an executive position will not be able to hold office on another organization executive board.