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Student Government Association

Brookhaven College Student Government

You have a voice at Brookhaven College through the Brookhaven Student Government Association.

The Brookhaven Student Government Association is an elected and appointed group of students that is given the opportunity to represent the students of Brookhaven College, their issues and concerns.

The purpose of BSGA is to contribute to the college and its students in a variety of ways including, but not limited to, providing a channel for communication between the student body and the administration and faculty, ensure quality representation while encouraging participation from the study body, and serve as a primary voice for the needs of all students.

By becoming a member of BSGA, students have the opportunity to grow personally and professionally, gain a network of support, work with legislators and gain leadership and lobbying experience, learn conflict management techniques and become better public speakers among many other things.
For additional information, contact the Student Life Office, in the Student Services Center, Building S, Room S201, e-mail, or call 972-860-4117.

Become a Member!

The membership term begins on the first day of the fall semester and runs to the day prior to the beginning of the next fall term. Anyone meeting the following membership requirements may join at any time.

Minimum Requirements:
  • Must be enrolled at Brookhaven College
  • Must submit proof of enrollment in the form of a tuition receipt.

BSGA offers two types of memberships to its students: General Membership and Organizational Representation.
  • General Membership is open to any student who meets the membership requirements.
  • Organizational Representation membership consists of one representative from each organization that is officially recognized by the Office of Student Life. Selection will be determined by each organization and approved by the organization's faculty advisor.

Running for Office

BSGA encourages its students to run for office as part of their membership. Candidates must meet all membership requirements without waiver, be enrolled in at least six credit hours, maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 and be in good standing at Brookhaven College. The offices are as follow.
  • president
  • vice president
  • treasurer
  • secretary
  • parliamentarian
  • historian
  • public information
  • SGA Senators
Members interested in running for office should visit the Office of Student Life in Bldg. S, Room S201 for application information.