Student Government Elections 2014
April 21 - 24, 2014
Interested candidates can pick up the application packet in the Student Life Office in the Student Center, SC-111.
For more information, call Professor Sean Skipworth at 409-933-8303, email email@example.com or stop by his office in the Learning Resources Center, L-217, Ste. A.
The application packets must be completed and submitted by Friday, April 4, 2014.
Reasons you should join SGA:
Have a part in making decisions for the campus
Meet with elected representatives and community leaders
Develop leadership skills
Welcome to the COM Student Government Association! SGA is the official student governance body at College of the Mainland. Its main responsibilities are to help facilitate student/faculty relations, to ensure that student concerns and needs are met and to oversee student clubs and other activities.
This may seem complicated, but in practice the organization really just makes sure that students have a voice in what goes on around campus. SGA also makes sure that your college experience is as fun and entertaining as possible!
SGA is currently looking for new members. Many members from last year have moved on to other colleges and opportunities, so almost all positions are open. To join, take a look at the Duties and Responsibilities of SGA Officers, then contact the SGA Advisor.
For more information about what it's like to be a member of SGA, check out the About SGA link or take a look at one of our Photo Albums.
If you're really interested, try to attend one of our meetings!
Got something to say?
Student involvement is a key part of student government. Student, after all, is right in the name! If you would like to contact the SGA in order to inform them about an event, request additional club funding, voice a complaint or concern or simply bring something to their attention, feel free to come to one of the general meetings.
On the first Tuesday of every month, the SGA holds General Meetings during College Hour (12:30-1:30) in SC-120, where representatives from each club meet to discuss upcoming events. We would love to hear from you there.
All meetings are open to the public, so don't be afraid to attend. All SGA asks is that you give at least 24-hour notice to any item you want addressed in the general meeting so it may be considered for the agenda.
If you can't come to the meetings, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.