Q: Who is the Student Government
A: We are a group of elected students to represent all full-time matriculated students. We are composed of seventeen members who represent the Neumann University Community.
Q: What is the Student Government Board?
A: The Student Government Association (S.G.A.) is a freely established student organization that is officially recognized by Neumann University and is self-funded through a Student Government Fee. All full-time matriculated day students are members of the S.G.A. by virtue of the Student Government Fee. The Student Government Board exists to solely serve and represent the students of Neumann University. Student Government Board officials are elected by their respective peers. The governing body of the S.G.A., the Student Government Board (SGB), meets weekly and provides a public forum to listen to student concerns and opinions and prepares steps to take action on critical issues facing students all within the Franciscan Tradition.
Q: When are the Student Government Board meetings held?
A: Student Government meetings are held every Monday at 7:00 p.m. in the MCSSCD room 226.
Q: Where is the Student Government Office located?
A: The Student Government Office is located on the ground floor of the Bachmann Main Building across from the Commuter Lounge in room BMB 43.
Q: Why does the Student Government exist?
A: Student Government exists on campus to represent all full-time matriculated students and their concerns. It is vital for students to voice their opinion about positive and negative issues, so that we as a student body, we as a university, we as members of society, can enhance our University Community.
Q: How do I become involved in Student Government?
A: Elections for Student Government are held near the end of the academic school year. Freshman Representative positions are held in the beginning of the academic year. When a position on Student Government becomes vacant, there will be announcements for ways in which to get involved. If you would like to volunteer with any event, stop down to BMB 43, e-mail us at SGB@neumann.edu, or call at 610-361-5220 for more info.