The Student Government Association (SGA) proudly serves all Armstrong students. The SGA works hard to ensure that the students' interests are met first. These dedicated student leaders have conducted several financial aid forums, many programs to gain students' awareness on student services and countless community service opportunities, such as Toys for Tots, Adopt-A-School program, and assisting the elderly at Savannah Specialty Care.
|SGA President||Nipuna Ambanpola|
|SGA Vice President||Tajae Francis|
|SGA Secretary||Gabriela Montes|
|SGA Treasurer||Daniela Camacaro|
- SGA Constitution
- SGA Bylaws
- SGA Elections Application
- Senate Elections Code
- SGA Leadership Applications (Student at Large/Campus Union Board/Student Court)
- Recognized Student Organization Funding Request Form
- Future budget hearings: 1/18, 2/1, 2/15, 3/1, 3/22, 4/5, 4/19
- Recognized Student Organization Funding Policies
- Catering Appeals Process
- SGA Cord Application
Officers and Members
President, Nipuna Ambanpola
Vice President, Tajae Francis
Treasurer, Daniela Camacaro
Secretary, Gabriela Montes
Student Government Standing Committees
SGA Committee Meeting Minutes
Awards Committee- The Awards Committee nominates candidates and selects recipients for the Joseph A. Buck Outstanding Senior Award, the H. Dean Probst Outstanding Faculty Award, Henry L. Ashmore Outstanding Senator Award, the SGA Professional Staff Service Award and other awards as necessary.
Community Initiatives Committee-The Community Service Committee sponsors and coordinates special projects that benefit the community.
Elections and Recruitment Committee-The Elections Committee is responsible for the coordination of the annual election of the SGA executive officers and senators as well as any special elections necessary throughout the year. The committee recommends any revisions to the SGA Elections Code as well as hears any cases and determines sanctions for minor violations of the code. Members of the committee may not seek an opposed office or campaign for a candidate while serving on the committee.
Business and Finance Committee-The Finance Committee is responsible for verifying that all requests for funding meet the established guidelines and recommend action to the senate. They are also responsible for conducting the annual budget hearings and present their recommendations to the senate for annual budget approval.
Rules Committee-The Rules Committee is required to recommend amendments to the SGA Constitution as well as determine if a proposed item of legislation is constitutional.
Student Life Committee-The Student Services Committee is responsible for identifying and investigating concerns within the student body and reporting them to the student activities department. They are responsible for developing and presenting recommendations to the senate and university officials.
SGA Position Appointments
Recognized Student Organization Funding Board- The RSO Funding Board is made up of senators who are responsible for attending RSO hearings and assisting the treasurer in funding allocations.
Vice President Advisory Committee-The Vice President Advisory Committee is responsible for assisting the president of the senate in a consultation capacity.
University Standing Committees
Committee on Disability Services- This committee makes recommendations to the president of the university concerning the needs of students with disabilities. This committee provides support to those with disabilities and offers recommendations on how to improve services. This committee provides one seat for with a SGA representative or student at large.
Committee on Minority Affairs- This committee meets at least twice a year with the Director of Multicultural Affairs to help plan and implement strategies for increasing the minority population at Armstrong. This committee provides one seat for a SGA Representative.
Intercollegiate Athletics Committee- This committee is responsible for reviewing the athletic budget and reports to the president of the university. The SGA treasurer serves on this committee as a nonvoting member. This committee provides three seats which can be SGA representatives or students at large.
Student Activities Committee- This committee is responsible for making recommendations on policies to the office of Student Activities. They are also responsible for recognizing organizations on campus and hear organizational conduct cases as well as selecting Who's Who and Silver 'A' Award recipients. This committee provides three seats which can be SGA representatives or students at large.