A R T I C L E I . N A ME :
- This organization shall be named the Student Government Association of Georgia Gwinnett College (Abbreviated
hereafter as SGA).
A R T I C L E I I . P U R P O S E :
- The Student Government Association shall act as an organized voice for all students of Georgia Gwinnett College
by relating views and suggestions to administrators and organized governing bodies, and by assisting the College in operating more effectively and efficiently in the interest of students. The SGA is also committed to students’ academic, social, and cultural well‐being by promoting students' rights and responsibilities to the college, the community, and humanity; furthermore, allowing students, with their talents and ambitions, the opportunity to exercise their civic responsibilities.
A R T I C L E I I I . ME MB E R S H I P :
- All Georgia Gwinnett College students are members of the Student Government Association. Membership in the
Student Government Association shall be open to all students regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, or disability. All representatives of the Student Government Association are to be qualifying members at the time of election or appointment and during the term of office.
A R T I C L E I V . S G A ME MB E R S H I P Q U A L I F I C A T I O N S :
- Student Government Members shall have and maintain a minimum 2.50 GPA as recognized by the Office of
Enrollment Management and be a student in good standing.
- To be eligible for an Executive Council position (President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer), in addition to
the above requirements, the student must have previously served sixteen consecutive weeks in the organization in any position.
- 1. If no student meets the length requirement, then the election will revert to an open election and any
student meeting the other said requirements is eligible to run on an open election ballot.
- 2. Each member shall have earned and received credit at GGC for a minimum of twelve (12) semester hours
for undergraduates. The two (2) appointed Freshman Representatives shall be excused from the credit hour requirements.
- 3. To be eligible to run for office, candidates shall be enrolled for enough credit hours so that they meet the
above earned hour requirement by the end of spring semester of given election year in which they are