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What is SGA?

Student Government Association is the voice and governing body of the students. All students are members of the SGA and encouraged to get involved. The purpose of SGA is to protect and advance the students’ interests as well as to promote the welfare of the students by providing student services. The SGA operates as a constitutional democracy and is composed of three branches: the Executive Branch, the Judicial Branch, and the Legislative Branch. SGA meets every Monday night that school is in session at 8:00 p.m. in the Student Center ballroom. Our meetings are always open to all students and faculty. For more information, please come by the SGA Office, which is located in the Student Center, Suite 214, or contact us at (251) 460-7191.

Get Involved!

Have an idea! Want to make a difference? This is your campus too! We all go to the same school. What you can do will benefit us all! If you would like to get involved, please email SGA at sga@southalabama.edu and we will be more than happy to get information to you!

Your Voice Matters

The Student Government Association's primary goal is to be the voice of the students. Have any concerns or ideas you want to propose? Then take part in your SGA Student Forum! Let your voice be heard! This is a great way to get in touch with your representatives directly. We look forward to seeing you at our weekly Monday night meetings in the Student Center Ballroom.

Can't attend? Feel free to email your SGA President at sga.president@southalabama.edu, or submit the form below.