SGA FALL Semester Elections
Represent Your Peers
Fight For What You Believe in
Advocate For All
Lead Your Peers & Represent Our Mustang Community
Serving as an elected official in SGA is not only rewarding, but a unique experience to find solutions that face students at Stevenson. Be the difference for your peers and make your voice heard!
Positions You Can Run For
- Freshman Class Representative
- Senior Class Representative
- Commuter Representative
- Resident Hall Representative
- Apartment Hall Representative
- Academic School Representative
*Note you don't have to be a current member of SGA to run
Apply to Run!
Run for office and represent your peers! Applications are open until Sunday, September 12, 11:59PM
9/12: Applications close
9/14: Applicants will be notified of eligibility to run. Applicants must sign election rules contract before campaigning.
9/14-9/24: Applicants may campaign for office.
9/22-9/24: Elections are held 5-8PM each day in the Lynn Duncan room.
Roles & Responsibilities of Each Position
Freshman Class Representative
- Chair the Freshman Class Committee, preside over all Class Committee meetings, and establish a hierarchy within the Council as needed.
- Assist Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Class Committees with homecoming as needed in the fall semester and plan Spring Fling in the spring semester.
- Join the Executive Cabinet immediately upon election.
- Address the concerns of the Freshman class population.
Senior Class Representative
- Chair the Senior Class Committee, preside over all Class Committee meetings and establish a hierarchy within the Council as needed.
- Assist seniors with fundraising throughout the year for the class.
- Fundraise throughout the year to have a secure budget in order to plan grad week.
- Formulate ideas for educational events that will help seniors with the transition from college to the professional environment.
- Plan baccalaureate to represent the graduating class.
House of Representatives
The House of Representatives is a new edition to the legislative branch. Made up of 21 members representing each resident hall, apartment hall, academic school, and commuter body, the House is the main voice for student life on campus.
- Attend all legislative meetings of the House of Representatives.
- Attend all committee meetings of which they are members.
- Attend all training sessions that are applicable, as designated by the Speaker.
- House meetings will be held twice a month.
- During the meetings, the House members should meet in the
perspective committees to work on what was designated to them
by the committee head.
- All general body House members should be present at the meeting
unless notifying the Speaker of the House with a suitable reason
that they approve.
- Sponsor at least one piece of legislation per semester.