SEC in DC Applications are now open!
The Legislative Relations Commission is now accepting applications for the “SEC in DC” Conference. The “SEC in DC” program is an opportunity for students from Southeastern Conference schools to advocate for higher education issues to members of Congress and other federal officials. The program dates are tentatively set for March 15-19, 2014 and are subject to change.
Applications are attached below and are due Wednesday, November 20th, to the Student Activities Lock Boxes in Koldus. Questions can be directed to Connor Adams at email@example.com.
SGA Spring 2014 Election Dates are Set!
Important dates for Spring 2014 Elections are as follows:
2/9: Mandatory Candidates’ Meeting
2/10: SBP Candidate Town Hall
2/17-19: General Campaigning
2/20: SBP Candidate Debate
2/20-21: Modified Campaigning/Voting
2/21: Results Announced
These dates are subject to change as necessary. For more updated information please visit election.tamu.edu. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To serve Texas A&M University by representing student opinion, addressing campus needs through targeted programming and the maintenance of tradition, and providing opportunities for leadership development in order to enrich the quality of student life.
Integrity, Service, Honor, Trust, Humility
The Student Government Association (SGA) operates under one constitution and each branch operates under its respective by-laws. The SGA Operations Manual provides guidelines with which all members of SGA operate.
TAMU Student Government Association is 3 branches, 4 commissions, and 15 committees, all working together to implement changes, provide students with a voice, and develop future leaders.
The three branches of SGA work together to capture student opinion and propose legislation to create change across the campus community, state, and nation! The Student Body President’s Executive Council, in conjunction with the Student Senate, tackle issues related to academics, tuition and fees, shared governance, dining services, transportation and parking, along with student matters associated with the Bryan/College Station communities.
Other leadership opportunities are provided through participation in SGA’s multiple committees, who work hard to provide service to the community, host distinguished conferences, and uphold A&M traditions. To ensure fluidity and balance in SGA’s operations, Judicial Court serves to answer questions concerning constitutional interpretation, legislation, and elections. Any student may file an appeal with the Court in such cases as election violations or alleged neglect of duties on the part of an elected official.
Student Government Association
126 Koldus Student Services Building
College Station, TX 77843-1236
SGA Office Phone Number: 979-845-3051
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