Student Government Association
President Paul W. Ferguson and the chair of the 2015 SGA elections explain why students should vote in the Student Government Association election. Learn more about voting.
The Student Government Association is a student-run organization that serves as the voice of Ball State students by advocating
student concerns to faculty, administration, and the community, as well as to
other students. The SGA also serves to appoint students to various University
Senate committees dealing with almost all aspects of decision-making at Ball
State, such as public safety; event programming and scheduling; student rights, ethics, and standards; and teaching evaluations.
We recognize that Ball State is an outstanding school with a
diverse and unique student body. We know the students are what make this
university great, and their involvement in student organizations is what truly
makes an impact on campus. As the Student Government Association, we
wish to be utilized by these organizations as a tool for communication and
involvement. By building relationships among students and organizations, we
hope to continue this student impact and provide a long-lasting legacy that will
carry on well past our time here at Ball State.
Nick Wilkey, president
Bryan Kubel, vice president
Rahissa Engle, secretary
Sidney Staples, treasurer
Do you want to know more about what the Student Government Association is doing for you?
Find Ball State SGA on Facebook.
Or if you have any concerns you would like addressed, feel free to send them to SGA or stop by the office in the L.A. Pittenger Student Center, room 112.