Voting for the next Student Government Association president opens 8 a.m. Tuesday and closes 5 p.m. Wednesday.
The applications for Student Government Association elections and for Homecoming committee are now available on OrgSync.
Student Government Association approved their semester budget during the first meeting of the semester.
Ken Williams, chemistry senior, started the Repurposing Club on campus to promote individual efforts to improve the environment.
Student Government Association has conducted yet another survey in their attempt to rethink the plus/minus grading system used at OCU. This resolution has been led by SGA President Nic Rhodes even before becoming president.
The university is in the process of strategic planning, which will help university leaders in decision-making and budget priorities.
Representatives from five of the 80 campus student organizations attended Student Government Association’s first Prexie Club meeting Sept. 29.
Student Government Association is working to be more accessible and engage more with students.
Student Government Association is having an election to fill two Freshman At-Large senate seats.
As new students file onto campus for check-ins for move-in, they have the opportunity to participate in events to help them get acclimated to campus.
Student Government Association’s Senate unanimously passed a Summer budget during their final meeting of the year.
So, Mr. President, remember: Change can be good, but be sure you finish what you started and communicate throughout the process.
Nic Rhodes beat Daniel McClain in SGA presidential election. Rhodes received 62 percent of the votes, while McClain received about 38 percent.
More than half of students surveyed agree with Student Government Association’s resolution to change the grading system.
SGA leaders began negotiating with Sodexo officials after passing a resolution in February that allowed SGA President Chance Johnson to address six requests.
Nic Rhodes, vice president of SGA, unofficially announced his win as SGA President.
Today is the last day for students to vote for Student Government Association president.
The candidates for Student Government Association’s 2016 election have been announced. There is only one position that has two candidates.
Student Government Association members are focused on tying up loose ends a month before new officers take office.
The individual funding policy was added to the Student Senate Standing Rules, saying SGA will only fund organizations not individuals.
Applications for Student Government Association are due March 21.
There is an apparent lack of respect between student organizations and Student Senate where appropriations are concerned.
Student Government Association is asking student organizations to consider budgets when requesting funding.
Student Senate passed a vote to redistribute the seats of student senators last week.
The Student Government Association’s Sodexo Resolution was passed by consent last week.
Nic Rhodes, Student Government Association vice president, will present a plan to remove the plus/minus grade system.