Get Involved with SGA!
The Student Government Association (SGA) Election Commission exists to supervise and regulate the SGA elections in accordance with the SGA Constitution. There is a University-Wide Election Commission, made up of the Election Commission Chairs from each campus, that oversees the presidential election. The Campus Election Commission oversees the elections specific to each campus.
The current SGA Communications Director of each of the Perimeter campuses serves as an election commission chair for their respective campus (unless they are planning to run for re-election). For the Atlanta campus, interviews are held to select the Election Chair and Vice Chairs for Logistics and Marketing. Election commission officials for Spring 2018 are listed below. To contact any of the Election Commission personnel, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Atlanta||Chair||Susan Morel||No other SGA Affiliation|
|Atlanta||Vice Chair for Logistics||Ariana Roberts||Senator, College of Arts & Sciences|
|Atlanta||Vice Chair for Marketing||Andy Nguyen||No other SGA Affiliation|
|Alpharetta||Chair||Rohan Polakam||Communications Director|
|Clarkston||Chair||Micah Ford||Senator, Student Relations|
|Decatur||Chair||Gregory Wright||Senator, Academic Affairs|
|Dunwoody||Chair||Iman Holsey||Communications Director|
|Newton||Chair||Casey Carroll||Communications Director|
To serve as an election commission volunteer, please apply by February 23, 2018 using the form available on the Panther Involvement Network.
Applications to run for office in the 2018-2019 term
Students interested in running for an elected position can find the application in the Student Government Election portal of the Panther Involvement Network beginning Monday, January 29, 2018. Applications for the appointed positions of Communication Directors and Finance Directors (one per campus) and the Atlanta Senate Clerk will be available March 29 and due by 12 p.m., April 10.
Each campus will hold information sessions for students who may be interested in running for an elected position or applying for an appointed position. Information regarding the process to run for SGA President will be presented at all campus-specific information sessions. More information about the positions that are available and running for election is available here.