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Date Span 1996 - 2003
Extent: 16 files
The Student Government Association (SGA) of Troy University--Dothan Campus
was established in March 1986. The entire student body makes up the SGA and
annually elects officers. The SGA plans campus activities, serves the
community, and promotes a positive image of the University to the Wiregrass
region. The SGA also serves as a judicial committee for the student body.
The SGA President sits on the Executive Council—the Dothan Campus’s chief
administrative body composed of the campus CEO, deans, and directors—and
presents the needs of the student body to the University’s Administration.
At the state level, the SGA promotes STARS (Student Teams Advocating
Realistic Solutions), created in 1997 as a student division of the Higher
Education Partnership of Alabama, a lobbying group in support of
Universities. Amy Yelverton became the advisor for the SGA in 2003.
Accession 035-04-0615 documents business of the SGA as conducted in 2003.
Contains agendas and minutes of meetings, photographs and records for
special events, records concerning STARS (the student arm of the Higher
Education Partnership, a lobbying group), treasurer reports, and TSUD
Executive Council information. Accession 035-06-0322 contains early
SGA Constitutions (1996-99) and records from 1998-1999.
Records transferred from SGA President or removed from University
Relations Records, RG028.
[Item], Student Government Association of Troy University--Dothan Campus
Records, RG035. The Wiregrass Archives, Troy
University--Dothan Campus, Dothan, AL.
Access Limits? Open
Date processed: 2004 and 2006
Processed By: TB
Agenda, 2003 (April-October)
Circle of Presidents
Constitution & Elelction Rules/Regulations
Meetings - Minutes
Meetings - Schedule - Summer 2003 [includes diskette]
Meetings - SGA Exective Committee
STARS & HEP
STARS Retreat, August 15-17, 2003
TSUD Executive Council
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