Role of the Student Government Association
- The Student Government Association is a representative organization for the Craven Community College student body. The SGA provides students a forum for open discussion and serves as an advocate for the students by presenting issues and concerns to the administration.
- Responsible for conducting surveys to find out the interests and issues of the entire student body
- Voices the opinions of all students
- Be in good academic standing, 2.5 cumulative GPA or better
- Be a curriculum student and enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours
- Freshmen are eligible to apply apart from not having a college GPA
- Have tested out or have already completed all remedial/developmental coursework
- Must serve a term of one academic year from September through April
The Senator’s Role
- Represent their academic area and be the voice for that group
- Serve on SGA judicial review boards when requested
- Attend meetings and activities as scheduled
- Assist in publicizing student and events
SGA Executive Board and Senator Contrast
While the SGA Executive Board and Senator have similar rights and obligations, there are some distinct differences between these two vitally important roles within the SGA.
- While Executive Board positions are obligated to one designated task, Senators have more liberty as to what tasks are designated to them
- Senators are not required to fulfill the 5 hour per week demand that is set for Executive Board members
- Senators do not receive academic tuition assistance
Student Government Association Senator Application
Are you ready to impact your Student Body? Then run for SGA! Fill out the application.