SGA MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Student Government Association (SGA) is to represent and serve all students attending GBC. SGA is the official voice through which students' opinions and concerns are expressed by acting as the students' representative. SGA emphasizes the importance of academic excellence and the total involvement of every student.
SGA FALL ELECTIONS PACKET AVAILABLE!
Forms I and II of the packet are due to Adriana Mendez by 11:59 PM Thursday, April 10th. The forms must be completed, signed, and submitted electronically to email@example.com by using Microsoft Word. Elections week is Monday, April 14 through Thursday, April 17th, with the winners being announced during the SGA meeting on Friday, April 18th at 12:30 PM.
Click here for the Fall SGA Elections Packet!
Any student enrolled in at least one credit at GBC is a member of the SGA, with
the rights to vote in student elections, participate in all SGA sponsored activities, and
attend all open SGA meetings.
Officers of the SGC advocate for all students and provide input directly to the
NSHE Board of Regents. Participating in student government is an incredible educational
opportunity, and it looks wonderful on a resume. It's easy to participate. Brief information
is provided below. For details, consult the SGA
Constitution in MS Word format.
- Any student eligible to hold office must maintain a semester grade point average of
2.5 or higher.
- To be eligible to hold the office of President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, or Senator,
officers must complete at least six GBC credits or GBC-shared program credits per semester. Candidates
for President or Vice President must have completed thirty (30) GBC credit hours or previously
held the position of Senator or other executive office at GBC for the term of one
credit hours are not required for candidates of the Senator position or other executive
For more student information, review the GBC Student Handbook and the IAV Student Handbook in PDF* format.
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