What is SGA?

The Student Government Association exists to represent the student voice to the faculty and administration. While all undergraduates hold membership, students may choose to take a more active role in the Executive, Legislative, or Judicial branches.
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SGA Spotlight
Megan Nguyen
LGBTA Representative
Megan is a sophomore majoring in Biological Sciences. She is a member of the House of Representatives on the Legislative Branch, representing the LGBTA. Learn more about Megan...

SGA Updates

4/16 Day of Remembrance Community Picnic

All community members are invited to the Day of Remembrance Community Picnic on Wednesday, April 16, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on the Drillfield. This is an event for the entire community to come together in reflection and remembrance. In addition to food provided by local vendors, attendees will be given a quilt square to write on and/or decorate expressing the significance of the Hokie Nation. The squares will be stitched together to create one unified quilt. Rain location: Commonwealth Ballroom, Squires Student Center. Additional information on Remembrance events is available on the We Remember website.

Join the 2014-15 SGA Senate

The Student Government Association is now accepting applications for the SGA Senate. Senators represent students within their respective academic colleges. If you are interested in university governance and/or policy, this may be the opportunity for you! Senators will be expected to attend weekly meetings. Additional time commitments may come from interacting with students, faculty, and the administration, and also working with other Senators to plan forums for your respective colleges to gain student opinion. The application is available on GobblerConnect. Applications will be accepted until Friday, April 18. Questions may be directed to Vice President Elect Tanushri Shankar (tanushri@vt.edu).

2014-15 SGA Chief Justice Application

The Student Government Association is seeking a Chief Justice for the 2014-15 academic year. The Chief Justice leads the Judicial Branch, which is responsible for maintaining the SGA's Constitution, Bylaws, and Election Code. The functions of the Judicial Branch are to plan and conduct SGA elections every spring and to oversee the campaign process to ensure fairness. Applications can be found on GobblerConnect. They will be due on Friday, April 25. Questions may be directed to Vice President Elect Tanushri Shankar (tanushri@vt.edu).

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