Mount Mary University’s Student Government Association (SGA) works to create competency through promoting leadership opportunities, encouraging critical thinking about our environment and working to support a campus that is welcoming to a diverse population.
SGA strives to develop a supportive and connected network with students on and off campus. These connections enable us to aid in social justice efforts and issues that are close to our hearts and the Mount Mary mission. SGA is truly committed to molding a creative atmosphere that allows you to focus on the whole person though positive and challenging experiences that can help you explore who you are and transform the world.
Student Government Activities
Monthly Open Forums for Students—Once a month, SGA holds an open forum for you to voice your opinions and concerns about Mount Mary, as well as for SGA to announce updates on its programs and general business. SGA’s goal is to create clearer communication between students and administration.
Welcoming Community Campaign—SGA is developing a campaign that encourages respect and connectedness among students. The goal of this campaign is to create a stronger community for students when they first arrive on campus.Meet Our SGA Board:
- Samon Williams, President
Psychology and Communication, ’14
- Tracy Singleton, Vice President
- Edna Blackman, Secretary
- Jamila Pugh, Treasurer/Student Body Senator
Accounting and Spanish, '15
- LaDonna Honey, Clubs and Organizations Officer
- Artanyia Bell, Election Officer
Justice and Psychology, ’14
- Shelby Loosen, Public Relations Officer
Graphic Design, ’16
- Residence Hall Officer—Position is open
- Yolanda Coleman, Grace Scholars Senator
Pre-nursing and Spanish, ’15
- Shandrieka Richardson, Student Body Senator
- Hayley Robinson, Student Body Senator
English Literature and History, ’15
- Bridgett Wilder, Nontraditional/Accelerated or Graduate Student Senator
- Carmen Razo, Diversity Officer
Social Work, ’16
Contact the Student Government Association
Office location: Gerhardinger Center, Room 111
For information about becoming involved in the Student Government Association, contact the Student Engagement Office.