The Student Government Assembly acts as a governing body for the students of MSU Denver. As a group, the SGA works to represent the student voice in decisions that the university board and administration make.
In addition to promoting involvement and helping to resolve student disputes, the SGA sponsors student organizations like the university food bank.
“Students should know that we’re tabling this semester,” said Falyn Swerer, Freshman Council Chair. “We’ll be setting up our tables around the Tivoli so students know that they don’t just have to come to the office to talk to us.”
Last year’s SGA president, Jesse Altum, released an annual report of last year’s assembly accomplishments, including a student organizational summit, improved WiFi on campus, and the passing of two assembly senate bills.
Assembly senator Clair Tralles said that the SGA gets involved with student activities and encourages other students to participate.
“We want the student body to be active,” she said. “Students can find out what we’re up to on OrgSync.”
Student organizations, including SGA, can post their events on metro.orgsync.com. The SGA keeps their site up-to-date so students can keep up with what the assembly is doing and where they’re going to be.
This year’s president and vice president are Laura Noe and Anthony Sylvester, respectively. Their office is Tivoli 307.
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