Auburn University’s Student Government Association represents the Auburn student body within the university administration and the community. SGA advocates the interests of Auburn students and works to better the student experience through community events and initiatives. There are two branches, the Senate and the Cabinet. The Cabinet is divided into programs (Hey Day, Freshman Forum, Better Relations Day, etc), initiatives (Academic Affairs, Facilities, Parking, etc), marketing and engagement, outreach, and finance. The Student Government Association Senate is made up of 34 senators, apportioned among every school and college, who represent the student body. There are 5 committees within Senate that govern students and work to better student life. SGA also sponsors campus-wide events like Ask Me, Campaign Complain, and Up All Night, which are designed to garner student feedback on various campus issues. Have a question or a concern? Contact SGA today!

 

Brad Smith
Jordan Conway

Graduate Assistant, Student Governance