The Student Government Association is the voice of the student body at Midwestern State University. Our Executives, Cabinet Members, and Senators are open to ideas, feedback, and suggestions to benefit our campus and the students who attend. SGA meetings meetings are open to the public. We hope to see you there!
The Mission of the Student Government Association (SGA) of Midwestern State University is to be an advocate for the student body. The SGA offers opportunities for leadership, service, and personal development. We aim to enhance the on-campus experience for all students, to serve the student body's best interests, and to facilitate the interaction between students, organizations, and the administration.
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3410 Taft Blvd
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Associate Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students
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The student-led governing bodies at different institutions may vary according to their size, structure, and authority. The Student Government Association (SGA) at Midwestern State University is composed of the Student Body, which is the total of all active / registered students. Therefore, each student is automatically a member of the Student Government, and has the right to attend meetings, write and submit resolutions and bills, and be voted or approved into Student Government positions.
Within the Student Government lies the Student Senate, where all of the action takes place. Please note that not every student is automatically in the Student Senate. The Student Senate is composed of Student Senators and the Student Government Executive Board (the President, Vice President of the Student Body, and Secretary of the Student Body). This means that although the Student Body has all of the rights listed above, in order to be able to vote on resolutions and bills, a student must be a member of the Student Senate; in other words, the student must be a Senator.
There are two types of Senators: Organization Senators and Class Senators. Each official campus organization or club has one senator, and each class (i.e. Freshman, Sophomore, etc.) has two senators. Organization Senators represent their respective organization (for example, the Caribbean Students Organization will choose one of their members to serve as their representative in the Student Senate), while Class Senators campaign for the position to represent their class in the Senate, and are voted in by their peers (the people in their respective academic class year).