The CU Denver SGA functions more like the federal government than a high school student council. In addition to the President and Vice President who make up the executive branch, there is a legislative and a judicial branch of the government. Each legislative committee hold voting rights within the senate and members are responsible for representing the student body. Each committee has a special function to help ensure that student needs and ideas are championed on campus. SGA Senators and Representatives
Throughout the year, Senate may propose the creation of an ad hoc committee that has a scope of work limited in time and function which may be open to students-at-large to participate in. Past ad hoc committees include a Sustainability committee to develop green purchasing recommendations for SGA, fee funded offices, and student organizations and a Bylaw Review Committee for SGA to revise governing documents.If you are interested in joining SGA as a member of the team or about involvement on any ad hoc committees, please email email@example.com and we will share any available opportunities.
Success Looks Like Me campaign was started by the SGA College Council in 2020. SLLM connects CU Denver students from underrepresented populations to visualize different paths to success, hearing from accomplished CU Denver Alumni to enhance their student experience, help them understand what brought them to college, how they can realize their potential-receiving honest advice from someone who has walked in their shoes. This program was created by the Student Government Association and partners with the Alumni Engagement and Career Center offices.
Click links below to access the SGA Student Organization 2022-2023 funding guidelines and to fill out the proposal form.