SGA to hold elections

The Student Government Association will be holding Spring 2016 elections. 

“The Student Government Association represents student’s interests,” said election committee chair, Chief Justice of SGA and applied sociology graduate student Stephanie Travis. “It’s a great place to pursue your passion in making Southeastern a better place.”

Students may run for the positions of SGA President, Vice President and Chief Justice. Also, Justice and Senate positions are available. 

The voting process is as vital as the election.

“It is important for students to exercise their democratic rights by both voting in our elections on campus and in choosing to run for office,” said SGA Vice President and senior business management major Bradley Watson. “By being a part of SGA, students are given the opportunity to represent their fellow students and protect student interests and values on campus.”

Application deadlines for candidates are Friday, Mar. 11 at 12:30 p.m. Applications for those wishing to become a candidate can be found at 

Students may turn in completed applications to the Student Government Association Office.

Qualified candidates must attend the candidates’ meeting and be prepared to take a photograph that will be placed on the election website.