Who is the USGA?
The USGA is comprised of six Executive Board members and 43 Senators who meet monthly, usually the second Wednesday of each month, to discuss issues and events that involve all of the schools and their respective students. Our campus is comprised of 11 schools all of which are allotted senator positions based on the school's enrollment. These senators are elected by their schools to represent the student body and have input at a University-wide level.
What does the USGA do?
The USGA maintains a campus-wide student government that represents all students on campus. It addresses student concerns that may arise throughout the school year, such as parking and safety issues. The USGA promotes the free exchange of ideas and advocates for student rights. It co-sponsors events that provide campus-wide educational, cultural, and social programs. The USGA also provides several stress relieving and fun-time activities where students from different schools and programs can meet each other such as our Annual Boat Cruise, Fallfest, social nights, mixers and much more!
How can I get involved?
To be an active member, students should attend the monthly meetings (beginning in September on the second Wednesday of the month @5:30 pm) and become involved with the issues discussed or with USGA event planning. Meetings are held in the Multi-Purpose Room on the second floor of the Student Center At Pine Street. Learn more about your membership.
How do I contact the USGA?
Feel free to contact any of the Executive Board Officers, Senators, or the USGA Advisor.