The Student Government Association (SGA) at the University of Vermont represents the opinions, ideas, and beliefs of the undergraduate student body. Student senators work to communicate the concerns and views of undergraduate students to the University’s Administration to foster change and enhance the student experience across campus.
How Can I Engage with SGA?
The SGA Senate meets in the Livak Ballroom on the 4th floor of the Dudley H. Davis Center every Tuesday at 7:00PM. All students are welcome to come by to hear what we are working on or speak on public forum to share your thoughts and concerns. We also livestream our meetings weekly on our facebook page.
Who are my Reps?
UVM’s Student Government is comprised of 42 elected student officials - making up the President, Vice President, and a number of senatorial seats. All are students advocating for the betterment of the undergraduate experience at UVM.
What is SGA Working On?
The Student Government Association is made up of 8 committees - From club affairs to the committee on the environment, these committees are tasked with identifying an agenda for their specific area and working to improve the student experience on our campus year round.
Interested in getting involved in student government? From President and Vice President to senatorial seats, there are a variety of ways (and times) for all class years to engage with SGA. Run for office, share your voice, and make your mark on your institution.