The Students’ Government Association (SGA) is the officially recognized representative of the student body. The main role of the SGA is to serve as a liaison between students and administration in order to enrich the academic integrity and social environment of the La Salle community. SGA protects individual interests through collective action and fosters academic freedom, academic responsibility, and student rights. Elected members of SGA sit on virtually all university committees.
The Students’ Government Association is comprised of 25 elected members. The SGA consists of an executive board and a senate.
The executive board members consist of a
Executive Vice-President of Student Affairs
Vice-President of Academic Affairs
Vice-President of Public Affairs
Vice President of Business Affairs
The senate is comprised of five members from each class.