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Student Government Association

The Student Government Association is a representative governance body comprised of current undergraduate students, acting as a coordinating committee pursuing initiatives for the betterment of St. Thomas University. It is responsible for maintaining communication between the students, faculty, staff and administration by providing the student body with a means to deal with the affairs of students and as a forum for the expression of student views concerning student life within the University. It will coordinate activities that may impact the entire community, and help create a learning environment inside and outside the classroom that increases the chances that students will succeed at St. Thomas University. All officers in the Student Government Association must maintain a GPA of 3.0 and must be in good standing with the Academic and Student Code of Conduct.

Click here to complete an online Student Government Application

SGA Board Members

Student Government Constitution and Bills

View the SGA Constitution

View our Passed Bills

Want to become a Student Senator? Applications are now available in the SGA Office, located in the Student Center.

Please, click this link to download SGA Senate application

Print or email the application and send it to Christine Curiac (email: ccuriac@stu.edu) or any SGA officer by Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 3:00PM. For any questions or concernes, stop by the SGA Office located in the Student Center.