Student Government Association
We, the students… of Potomac State College of West Virginia University, strive to continue the traditions of the College; enhance academic standards and College facilities, encourage good citizenship among the students and to the community; aid in promoting a cordial relationship among students, faculty, staff, and administration; stimulate support of all College activities and programs; enhance each student’s sense of responsibility to the College and society; support the Constitution of the enrolled students in the Student Government Association of Potomac State College of West Virginia University.
2016-17 SGA Executive Board
President: Nickolas Imes
Vice President: Kezia Butcher
Public Relations Officer: Cameron Dyson
Treasurer: Kiana Sturtz
Attorney General: Casey Kidder
Speaker of the House: Andrew Day
2016-17 SGA Board of Representatives
Upper-Classman Student Representative: Andrew Day
Commuter Student Representative: Jordan Evans
Student-Athlete Representative: Lea Baker
Non-Traditional Student Representative: Wilson Clark
Residence Hall Student Representative: James Beall
Freshman Student Representative: Katie Brown
Military/Veteran Student Representative: Raymond Delawder
Where is the SGA Office Located?
The SGA Office is located in room G-6 of the Student Union.
How do I contact SGA?
Either in person, in room G-6 of the Student Union or by telephone at304-788-6846. You can also email SGA officers at their email address listed above.
When & Where are the SGA Meetings?
All Potomac State students are invited to attend SGA Student Body Meetings. The 2016 fall semester bi-weekly meetings will be held in the Loft of the Student Union on October 25, November 15, November 29, and December 13 at 5 PM.
What does SGA do?
The Student Government Association (SGA) consists of students chosen in campus-wide elections held each fall. One of the SGA’s most important functions is developing a budget for appropriating Student Organization Grants to the many diverse student activities and organizations.
In addition to its financial responsibilities, the SGA appoints student representatives to serve on faculty and executive committees. These committees deal with various aspects of campus life including student retention, student activities, financial aid, academic affairs, athletics and alumni activities.
SGA sponsors numerous campus-wide programs and activities including, but not limited to Student Organization Grants, Blood Drives, the student newspaper (PASQUINO) publication costs, and the annual Homecoming Dance.
How does SGA help fund Student Organizations on campus?
SGA has earmarked money for College-sanctioned Student Organizations to use to pay for activities and programs that will benefit the College community.
Student organizations can apply for these monies by completing a SGA Grant Application .
To be eligible for these grants, student organizations must adhere to these SGA Grant Guidelines .