Q: What does SGA stand for?
A: SGA stands for Student Government Association. It’s a way for students to use their voice within CUW.
Q: What does SGA do?
A: SGA is in charge of all the clubs and organizations for students around campus…example A Cappella club.
Q: Where does the money come from?
A: Each student pays a SGA fee, which goes to the SGA yearly budget. This budget is used for events, university changes, clubs under SGA, and much more.
Q: How is SGA comprised?
A: An Executive Board consisting of the President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Chief Academic Officer, Chief Student Officer, and Chief Organizational Officer. All other members of SGA are considered the senate. The senate consists of students who serve as resident, academic, and organization senators.
Q: What is your role in SGA?
A: I am the Treasurer. I’m the money man.
Q: What does the Treasurer actually do?
A: I control the budget for the whole year! I make sure each club is using their money $1000 accordingly. I also sign off reimbursements.
Q: What do you say to those asking where the money actually end up?
A: Money goes to the clubs…$1000 each. We also use the money toward improving the school, like furniture and stuff like that, and events like Dancing Through the Decades.
Q: How can students learn more about SGA?
A: If they want to learn more about SGA, they are welcome to come shadow a senate meeting which we hold every Monday night at 9:30p.m.!