Student Government Association
The Student Government Association (SGA) is made up of student members and executive
officers elected by the student body who serve one-year terms of office in service
of students at LSUE. SGA engages in a wide variety of activities of interest to students,
including planning campus activities, funding student organization initiatives, and
hearing and voicing student issues to University administration and faculty. Also,
SGA members are selected to serve on various university committees. Attendance at
SGA General Assembly meetings is open to all students, so view the LSUE Events Calendar for more information on upcoming meetings.
Want to be a student leader and make a difference on campus? Run for Student Government
office! There are 16 total Senator positions up for grabs, including 8 freshmen positions,
6 sophomore positions, and 2 unclassified student positions.
SGA Senators are representatives of the student body who have the power to write legislation
to make things happen on campus and to voice concerns or suggestions of the student
body to administration. It is a great way to meet other students and to get connected
to the campus community. It looks great on a resume, and it is a good first step
if you are interested in running for SGA Executive Board in the future.
Candidates must have a minimum GPA of 2.25 and must be available to meet on Wednesdays
at 12:00 PM on campus.