According to Article II of the SGA Constitution, all executive powers of the Student Government Association shall be vested in a President, who shall be assisted by a Vice President and a Secretary Treasurer. These officers are elected by the student body in April of each academic year for the following academic year.
Additionally, Article II of the SGA Constitution states that the President will appoint a cabinet to assist in the execution of his/her duties. A description of each cabinet member's job responsibilities can be found in the SGA Constitution and Code of Laws. Cabinet members are usually appointed at the beginning of the school year, and, if vacancies arise, during the school year.
Hello fellow Students!
First of all, I want to thank you for taking the time to visit our site. I would like to tell you a little bit about myself. I am a junior studying Communication and Biology. Outside of student government, I enjoy participating in Greek life and the Preview and Orientation Leader Organization. In my free time, I love to hike Buffalo Mountain and spend time with my dog, Broo. Coming to East Tennessee State University was the best thing that ever happened to me. Not only have I grown as a person during these past few years, but I met so many amazing people and faced numerous amounts of opportunities that have changed my life.
I encourage you to get involved and make the best of your time here at ETSU. Thank you for all you are doing and being a part of this school. Every single person on this campus has helped make ETSU one of the best universities.
I love meeting people so please feel free to come by, even if you just want to say hello. The Student Government Association is here for you. If you have any questions and/or concerns stop by the SGA office, located on the first floor of the D.P. Culp University Center in SORC C. You can also email me at email@example.com.
I look forward to seeing you around campus. Thank you, and get excited!
Thank you for taking the time to visit our site!
I am a senior studying Journalism and English. Throughout my time at ETSU, I have been involved in various organizations ranging from Greek Life to POLO (Preview and Orientation Leader Organization), and now I have the privilege to be your SGA Vice President!
I am anxious to hear your thoughts and concerns about our campus. Please swing by my office located on the first floor of the D.P. Culp Center in SORC C anytime or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Hello ETSU students,
Thank you for taking the time to visit our website and voting for me to represent you as your Secretary/Treasurer. The Roan Scholars Leadership Program brought me here to ETSU. I am a junior studying Political Science and Public Health.
In addition to SGA, I am involved in Alpha Delta Pi and represent Sigma Phi Epsilon as their Sweetheart. Being a Preview and Orientation leader has led me to meet so many amazing students. I also am a member of President's Pride, Sigma Alpha Lambda, and Public Health Student Association.
I work in the Adult Resource Center in the Culp as a student worker and teach piano in my free time. Also, I enjoy exercising, drinking coffee, hanging out with my dachshund, Oscar, and spending time with family.
Feel free to come by my office located in SORC C in the SGA office on the first floor of the D. P. Culp Center. I enjoy meeting people and encourage everyone to get involved on campus. There is a special place for you here at ETSU!
Chief Justice: Zach McCamey
Secretary of Interior: Zack Sholes
Secretary of Exerior: Katie Prendergast
Secretary of State: Robby Vance
Attorney General: Tom Klug
Chief of Staff: Chuck Fleming
Public Relations: Gabby Billiot
Cabinet members' job descriptions can be found beginning on page 6 of the current SGA Constitution.
If you are interested in being appointed to any cabinet vacancies that may arise during this school year or if you are interested in being appointed during the next school year, please fill out this application and return it to the SGA office.