My name is Jordan Self and I want to be your next SGA Senate President. I am junior from Panama City, FL. I am a Political Science/Pre-Law major. I am currently a College of Arts and Sciences Senator in SGA, and would love to take the ideas and principles I have learned as a Senator and become your next Senate President. I am a voluntary note taker for the Student Disability Resource Center, a member of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, and I am involved in other clubs and projects on campus as well. I have a strong desire to learn more about UWF and continue to make it “different by design,” and I believe I can achieve this through the office of Senate President.
As Senate President, my top two priorities would be diversity and the student population. Diversity is one of the pillars that UWF was founded upon and I believe it helps separate UWF from any other university in the state of Florida. I would love to continue the diversity we have here on campus, while also creating unity from that diversity. I would make sure my Senators represented you in a diverse way. I would hope to have diverse individuals sitting in the Senate seats so that we, as SGA, can enhance diversity and unity here on campus. I believe SGA should be representing the entire student body, which is all of you as individuals. I would love to achieve personal communication between you, the Senators, and myself. Through visibility at events, I would hope that you can spot out the Senators and tell them your concerns, questions, and ideas for UWF and SGA.
One of the duties of Senate President is to sit on the Alumni Board of Directors. Even there I would make sure that the student population is one my mind. I would love to tell the Alumni about the great things you as individuals are doing here on campus and what your clubs/organizations are doing. I would love to continue the tradition of having a spirit of fellowship with the Alumni and UWF.
Platform Statement: I believe that with my experience here on campus I can, as Senate President, “unite all that are different,” and “diversify all that is united.”