SGA at a Glance
Officials of the Student Governing Association represent the concerns and interests of the student body and work for cooperation among the faculty and staff, the students, and the colleges of Kansas State University.
SGA is comprised of three branches, much like the three branches which form our national government. The Executive Branch consists of the Student Body President, Student Body Vice President, and the Cabinet. The Legislative Branch consists of Student Senate and seven standing committees. The Legislative Branch establishes policies through legislation and determines and allocates more than $8 million in privilege fees. The Judicial Branch hears non-academic misconduct complaints against other students.
To become an active member of SGA, any student may run for a position in the spring, apply for a position as an at-large member of a committee, apply to be on the Student Body President's cabinet, or apply for an internship on Student Senate. As a fee-paying student at K-State, you are automatically a member of SGA. This entitles you to vote for student representatives and even address Student Senate at their weekly meetings.
For more information regarding involvement in SGA, e-mail us at email@example.com. Student Senate convenes every Thursday at 7 p.m. The meetings are held in the Big 12 Room on the second floor of the K-State Student Union.