Our eleven branches bring you everything from concerts, to the newspapers on campus, to political speakers, diversity celebrations, late-night activities, Homecoming, pizza bagels in the Pause, student representation to the Board of regents, connections with alumni, funding for student organizations, and so much more than can be grammatically crammed into one sentence. Below is a description and contact information for each branch. Get involved!
The day-to-day operations of SGA are managed by the Executive Committee. This committee includes the SGA President and Vice President.
After Dark Committee (ADC)
The After Dark Committee works to foster nightlife on campus while emphasizing safety and student collaboration.
Board of Regents Student Committee (BORSC)
BORSC serves as a conduit of student opinion to the Board of Regents and to foster communication between the Board and the student body.
Diversity Celebrations Committee (DCC)
DCC coordinates special events that celebrate cultural, ethnic and racial diversity.
Music Entertainment Committee (MEC)
MEC is responsible for booking the big musical acts on campus including shows in the Pause, Lion’s Lair, as well as Fall Concert and Lutefest.
The Lion’s Pause
A student-run nightclub offering entertainment, a place to relax, and a full kitchen.
Political Awareness Committee (PAC)
PAC generates constructive political dialogue with challenging speakers, debates, and other politically-minded activities.
Student Alumni Association (SAA)
SAA connects Oles with alumni through various events and mentoring activities like Ole Night Out and the Etiquette Dinner.
The legislative branch of SGA, Student Senate provides a forum for campus issues and student representation to faculty and administrators.
Student Activities Committee (SAC)
SAC organizes on-campus entertainment like homecoming week, Pause dances, the Movie Bus, Pres Ball, and more.
Student Organizations Committee (SOC)
SOC offers funding for your student organization, and sponsors the Student Organizations Resource Center (SORC), which provides poster-making equipment and other resources for official organizations.
Volunteer Network (VN)
VN coordinates over 30 volunteer programs around the Northﬁeld area, as well as helping with other service opportunities like Ole Spring Relief and Cancer Connection.