Student Government Association
The Student Government Association is a representative governance body comprised of current undergraduate students only, 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 be a current full-time undergraduate student while maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.0 and must be in good standing with the Academic and Student Code of Conduct.
SGA Board Members
- Jada-Lee Campbell, President
- Keyon Phillips, Vice-President
- Kenan Jean, Secretary of Communications
- Rick-Chakendly Daniel, Finance Coordinator
- Vacant, Public Relations Coordinator
The Student Senate is the legislative body of the SGA. It is composed of students who are passionate about the growth and development of the University. We see and feel the areas that need attention at the university and speak to those that can implement positive change.
The Senate’s purpose is to represent the students. We are qualified because we are students and we are connected. We believe that we have an accurate pulse of the issues around campus affecting our diverse student population.
If you have a concern, please contact John Jackson email@example.com so, we can set up a meeting.
What Do Senators Do
- Act as a liaison between the students and the rest of the Student Government Association(SGA)
- Represent the University outside of campus.
- Represent the student body by attending Faculty/Staff & Committee meetings.
- Propose and implement solutions to student issues.
- Create legislation for SGA policies.
- Work on special projects or resolutions to change university policies.
Student Government Constitution and Bills
Want to become a Student Senator? Applications are now available in the SGA Office, located in the New Student Union Lounge 219-E.