The Student Government Association represents the entire student body.
SGA is for students--all students. However, there is a difference between being a member of SGA and participating as a voting member. Students who want to have a vote in the decision-making process can run and/or be selected for SGA Executive Board, Senator
or Club Representative positions.
Each year there are vacancies that need to be filled by students like you. Getting elected to SGA is relatively easy and rewarding. Making a difference depends on your your commitment to working for your fellow students. SGA's success depends on the time
and energy that each student is willing to commit. As an SGA voting member, you donate your time to school service, but you will also enjoy many beneficial experiences that will serve you well on both a personal and professional level.
SGA is made up of three parts:
What does SGA do?
SGA has the ability to help shape the university's policies and procedures. SGA has previously made recommendations on:
How Do You Get Involved?
Student Government Association Mission Statement
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Student Government Association serves as the representative body for every student, whether they are resident or commuter, traditional or non-traditional, of full- or part-time status. SGA charges itself as the
advocate for students' diverse interests and welfare, and will be responsive to the vast needs of clubs and organizations on campus. SGA vows to foster active engagement and bridge the gap between students and University faculty, staff, and administration.
The Pitt-Bradford Student Government Association is your voice to go beyond the classroom, beyond involvement, and beyond leadership.
For more information, visit the SGA office in 206 Frame-Westerberg Commons or email email@example.com.
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