Student Government Association

Purpose

The Student Government Association (SGA) organization provides students a voice in student affairs and college procedures as well as an opportunity to engage in the democratic process on campus.

Who is SGA?

Every registered Greenville Technical College student may consider himself or herself to be a member of the SGA. This organization provides students a voice in student affairs and college procedures as well as an opportunity to engage in the democratic process on campus. There are elected positions that students campaign for if seeking a leadership position. 

What does the SGA do?

The types of activities generally sponsored by the SGA include student elections, leadership workshops, campus and community service projects, various kinds of entertainment and supporting other student organizations.

Who makes up the SGA?

The Student Cabinet consists of the President, Vice-President, Communications Officer, Managing Secretary, Parliamentarian, and Treasurer. The Student Council consists of the representatives for each campus. All representatives serve a term of one year and officers serve up to a maximum term of two years.

How can I get involved?

Open meetings are held in which any student can attend to communicate questions, concerns, or ideas to help improve the college. Meetings consist of the Student Cabinet and the Student Council throughout the year. 

Students interested in participating in the Student Government Association should contact the director of Student Activities at (864) 250-8019 or visit the Student Center, Room 222.