Welcome to the Student Government Association
Contact us! 2017-2018 Leadership
Student Body President: Katherine Spalding
firstname.lastname@example.org | (919)457-8580
Student Body Vice President: (vacant)
Chief Justice: Samantha Holmes
Chief of Staff: (vacant)
Director of Internal Operations: Lauren Davis
Finance Director: Derek Ellison
Inter-Club Council Director: Jake Anderson
Director of PR & Marketing: (vacant)
ASG Campus Liaison: Matt Opinski
Director of Community Engagement: Avery Minnick
Director of Governmental Outreach: Matthew Smart
Advisor: Karen Walker
email@example.com | (828)227-2610
The Student Government Association serves the student body by working with administration to improve campus life.
SGA has three brances: Legislative, Executive, and Judicial. The Legislative branch (Senate) works to change unpopular campus policies and procedures. The Executive branch provides a variety of programs for clubs and organizations and works directly with WCU administration. The Judicial branch holds traffic court meetings. Go Cats!
Please upload the current copy of your organization's constitution.
RSO's: Helpful hint, paste in this box your mission from your Constitution
Departments: Write where you are located, what your department is, etc.
We, the students, of Western Carolina University (WCU) for the preservation of our liberties, rights and well-being as a people and a university; do hereby assemble ourselves together for the purpose of governance and for the promoting of welfare of the students as the WCU Student Government Association (WCU-SGA).
The enumeration of this constitution of certain powers, duties, and privileges shall not be meant to diminish or deny others that are traditionally exercised, performed, or enjoyed by Student Government, its officers, departments, and students. We hereby ordain and ratify this constitution toward the better service of the students of WCU.
All members must be in good academic standing (2.0) as defined in the RSO Agreement within the RSO Manual. Some organizations have higher standards, that may be listed below.
No, but we're thinking about adding this requirement