New Student Government Elections

To All Marygrove Students:

*Are you ready to engage students in positive change in our community?
*Are you ready to show your leadership ability?
*Do you believe that change comes when student leaders come together?
*Do you want to be the VOICE of the Student Body?

IF YOUR ANSWER TO THESE QUESTIONS IS YES….THEN CONSIDER A LEADERSHIP ROLE IN the Marygrove Student Government Association (MSGA)!

The following undergraduate positions are up for reelection in March 2012:
(Students with less than 30 credit hours and Graduate Students are not eligible to run for undergraduate offices)

*President
• Must have a 3.0 G.P.A. and be in good standing with the college

* Vice-President
• Must have a 3.0 G.P.A. and be in good standing with the college

* Treasurer (Finance)
• Must have a 2.7 G.P.A. and be in good standing with the college

*Secretary
• Must have a 2.7 G.P.A. and be in good standing with the college

Possible positions for appointment by the elected officers are Chaplain, Director of Communications and Parliamentarian.

If you are interested in running for these respective offices:

  • Complete an application and return to the office of Student Engagement and Leadership located in the Student Center room 109 by the close of business March 12, 2012 at 5:00 p.m.
  • If you need an application, contact Garth Howard at ghoward@marygrove.edu
  • A copy of your resume is strongly suggested.

More information regarding the actual timeline and process will be provided at a later date.

MORE ABOUT MSGA
MSGA shall serve as the represented voice of the student body; facilitate communication between the administration, faculty, and the student body; promote student involvement in campus life; organize, govern, and protect those areas which affect the student body.

Marygrove Student Government sets for the student body these goals:

Competence- the ability to understand and participate effectively in assisting student needs while honoring the rules and procedures of administration, faculty, and staff.

Compassion- to equally care about and respect the needs of the student body, administration, faculty, and staff.

Commitment- to respond responsively to the student body’s concerns and to offer positive, constructive methods of recourse to the issues at hand.

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