Rules of Governance
The SGA Constitution
This document is the basis of the Student Government Association of Georgia College. The Constitution outlines the branches of Government, the process for impeachment, committee structure, and more. The current constitution was adopted in 2004 and has been amended numerous time since the most recently being in Spring of 2014.
The SGA Bylaws
The SGA bylaws are a set of rules adopted by the Student Senate to assist in governing its own meetings and affairs as well as defining the jobs and responsibilities of each of the elected officials within SGA.
Code of Elections
This is the most recent document adopted by the Student Senate. This code establishes and clearly defines the process and procedure for Senate, Executive, and Homecoming Court elections.
Code of Elections (PDF)
Bobcat Vision Policy
Bobcat Vision (BV) was officially implemented in late August of 2008, but originated in SGA and Campus Life in the summer of 2007. The purpose of BV is to give students an easy way to receive announcements and information about upcoming events on campus. In Spring of 2009, the Student Senate voted to adopt this policy which governs the use of BV.
Bobcat Vision Policy (PDF)
Homecoming Court Guidelines
The practice of electing a Homecoming Court is to both serve as an honor to the individual and to instill school pride amongst students and provide a positive role model and expectation of service, leadership, and citizenship for the student body.
Homecoming Court Guidelines (PDF)
SGA Academic Appeals Policy
If a student feels that there has been extenuating or mitigating circumstances that resulted in them not being able to meet the GPA requirement for SGA, he/she can appeal this requirement by submitting in writing or via email a letter explaining his/her extenuating or mitigating circumstance to the Dean of Students to set up an appeal’s hearing.
SGA Academic Appeals Policy (PDF)