Student Government Association (SGA) is your representative body to address issues and concerns. We want to partner with you to ensure you have the best college experience while attending Central Piedmont. We encourage you to get involved by attending a meeting, serving as a senator or a board member.
SGA Executive Committee
SGA is led by the Executive Committee, which consists of the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and public information officer. Applications to serve on the Executive Committee will open during the spring semester. Eligible applicants may run in an election, which is open to the student body.
SGA senators are students appointed by the Executive Committee to represent the needs and interests of students at each campus. Two senators will be appointed per campus and serve as members of the SGA General Assembly with voting rights. Senators will be on the ground listening to students and aiding in student success on their campus. Senators will serve on committees and work on projects, all while representing the students at their campus, for all of SGA. Senators represent the interests of that campus as well as all students in the "One College" model.
Eligibility Requirements for serving on Student Government
Currently enrolled and seeking college credit at Central Piedmont.
Have at least a cumulative 2.5 grade point average (GPA).
Have completed at least 12 credit hours at Central Piedmont before applying.
Students may not serve as an SGA officer while serving as an officer for any other Central Piedmont student organization. You also may not hold a faculty, administrative, or full-time position with the college
No student on active probationary status with the College or in violation of the Student Code of Conduct is eligible to apply for or hold a in SGA.