College Allocations Committee
The College Allocations Committee is responsible for allocating a portion of the Student Activity Fee for the use of college council groups. The committee works in conjunction with representatives from college councils across campus to address funding issues at the college level.
Governmental Relations Committee
The Governmental Relations Committee (GR) promotes issues central to K-State students’ success and interests at the local and state government levels. GR also supervises and maintains the SGA Lobby team. GR frequently works closely with governmental bodies such as the Manhattan City Commission on issues affecting K-State and its students.
Privilege Fee Committee
The Privilege Fee Committee has a $16 million Privilege Fee Budget. The committee is responsible for the review of line-item fees and addressing issues of long-term financial planning. The committee makes recommendations on the continuance, discontinuance, or alteration of a line item fee. All recommendations may be overturned by the administration, but traditionally decisions have been upheld, giving the K-State SGA a degree of authority not possessed by most university student governments.
Senate Operations Committee
Student Engagement Committee
The Student Engagement Committee shall work to promote Student Government to the students, faculty, administration, and staff of Kansas State University and the Manhattan community. The committee shall also engage members of the K-State community in order to educate and collect feedback on campus issues.
University Allocations Committee
The University Allocations Committee is responsible for making recommendations regarding the activity fee, including monies for campus wide organizations, academic competition teams, and institutional services. In addition, the committee advertises guidelines on the allocations of fees to student organizations.