The Student Government Association (SGA) of Limestone University has a long and distinguished history dating back to 1898. This student-led organization serves as a channel of communication between students and administration, organizes and motivates the Student Body in appropriate activities, and provides participants with both leadership and problem-solving skills to prepare them for post-College success.
All day students on the Gaffney Campus are members of SGA and may choose to run for election as executive or class officers or to serve on the Limestone Activities Board (LAB). Student concerns are addressed by SGA and various activities, including dances and concerts, are projects of the LAB.
The officers of the SGA are elected representatives of their campus constituents. As an agency of The University, SGA follows the same rules, regulations, and financial procedures as all other offices of The University. The SGA is a registered organization which requires a constitution.
The Purpose of the SGA is to serve as a laboratory for the development of leadership and organizational skills, attitudes, and methods of democratic citizenship.