Student Government Association


The Student Government Association is here to serve the students of Southeastern Louisiana University through communication between students, administration, and the community. SGA hosts educational and social events, and offers numerous services that contribute to the advancement of the University and its students.  
2024 - 2025 SGA President 2024 - 2025 SGA Vice President 2024 - 2025 SGA Chief Justice
Kyle Hidalgo Levi Spiers Rosemary Matthews


2024-2025 SGA Branch Member Applications:

Why Join SGA?

  • Have a voice in your college experience - Students will be the voices of their peers and advocate for changes, transparency, and improvements.
  • Enhance your leadership skills - SGA members will act as communication liaisons between students, faculty, and alumni.
  • Gain teamwork experience - Students will facilitate Meetings and provide resources for the entire student body with student assessed fees.
  • Give back to the community - SGA provides community services through Homecoming Week and one of the largest SGA events on campus, The Big Event.  SGA provides free scantrons, bluebooks, pens, and pencils in the Office for Student Engagement.
  • Work with a diverse group of students - SGA is composed of students from each college, every classification, and from all over the US and the world.
  • Learn about campus finances - SGA is responsible for Departmental, Organizational, Travel, and Capital Outlay grants.  We encourage students to get involved to learn more about what projects are happening around campus with their student assessed fees.

  People With Periods Initiative  

The People with Periods is a Southeastern Student Government Association initiative. This initiative aims to stock Southeastern Louisiana University restrooms around campus with period products such as pads and tampons. These products are free to all students, faculty, and visitors.

Aunt Flow is a women-owned company on a mission to ensure every person has
access to quality, free period products. They help businesses and schools easily implement inclusive, sustainable period product programs, providing free-vend dispensers stocked with their organic cotton tampons and pads.

Thousands of schools across North America and the UK have joined the
menstrual movement with Aunt Flow, including Princeton University, Texas A&M,
Harvard, Kipp Academy, United Schools Network, and many more! Southeastern Louisiana University is joining in on the movement!

Click here if you want to learn more about this movement!