Student Government Association
The SGA Executive Board is seeking candidates for the following positions
-Program & Activities Coordinator
For position detail or an application click HERE
The MUW Student Government Association (SGA), in collaboration with Student Life is hosting its second annual Achievement Gala Monday, April 27. This ceremony will recognize graduating seniors who have a 3.75 [and over] GPA, and nominated student leaders. Faculty, staff and students are asked to nominate deserving MUW students who have really demonstrated outstanding achievements in a variety of areas this year. This is an opportunity that all student leaders should be a part of, so get your nominations in! Applications are available HERE or you may pick up from Cochran 213.
MUW SGA is partnering with MUW Dining by Sodexo to gain customer feedback on the dining experience at the cafeteria. To do this, both parties are hosting a program called the Feedback Frenzy! On Wednesday, February 18th at 6pm in McDevitt Hall guests will have the opportunity to take a survey providing feedback on their experience. Participants will be entered in drawings for various prizes including Visa Gift Cards, and Flex Dollars.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – One in five women and one in sixteen men are sexually assaulted in college, according to the “It’s On Us” initiative. Eight in 10 victims knew their attacker.
Hands Up See Me!
The Student Government Association at Mississippi University for Women is hosting a program titled Hands Up See Me Monday, Sept. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in the Claudia A. Limbert Assembly Room in Cochran Hall.
The program is inspired by Mike Brown and the incident in Ferguson, Mo. The program will consist of facilitated discussion that will promote communication among students.
Students will be given the opportunity to ask questions to a group of panelists. The panel will consist of Sirena Cantrell, dean of students and director of Housing and Residence Life; Kimone Holtzman, coordinator of student engagement; Bre'Ana Marshall, senior education major; Antonio Small, senior communication major; and campus police.
Sade Meeks, president of SGA, said such communication is pivotal in aiding in new perspectives, increasing understanding and preventing stereotypes and/or profiling.
“Understanding will help eliminate fears, broaden perspectives and enable individuals to see the next person for who they are, rather than stereotyping and/or profiling them because of factors that make them different,” Meeks said.
SGA meetings are open to everyone, we hope you'll join us every other Monday at 9pm in Cochran 303. We hope you join us to learn more about our upcoming events for the semester!
SGA is the largest student organization at MUW. By serving as a liaison between the students and the administration, SGA strives to improve the MUW student experience. The members of the SGA Senate are elected by the MUW student body.Senate members are selected to represent various areas of the campus including the transfer/commuter, residence hall, and academic program student populations.
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