The Student Government Association wants you to get involved at UWF. Represent your academic college as a senator for the Student Body Senate, join the UWF Freshman Committee, be a part of the SGA President’s Cabinet or serve as a Justice for SGA's judicial branch! Find out how membership in the UWF Student Government Association will benefit you as a student leader below.
If you are interested in applying to be a Senator, please apply via ArgoPulse. Click the link to learn more about Senators at UWF.
Applications for the 2023-2024 Freshman Committee will be announced in the Summer.
Benefits of Membership
Membership in SGA will help UWF students build strong communication skills.
UWF SGA members will build a network with university administrators, faculty, and staff.
Build friendships with other UWF students through SGA membership.
SGA members will become active members of their campus, local, and state governments through civic engagement.
Members will sharpen public speaking skills through speaking and presenting at meetings.
Stories of Impact
SGA has affected my UWF experience in the most positive way possible! I made some pretty good friends over the first semester in college, and it gave me a safe place to be myself and be held accountable for responsibilities. I did SGA and other student-led organizations in high school and I loved it, so I figured I would join at UWF!
Joining SGA was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I joined SGA because I wanted to be actively involved in helping the University grow. I love being involved in SGA because it allows me to represent the student body and make the voices of the Class of 2025 heard.
Joining SGA was one of the best decisions I've made in my college career at UWF. Joining has provided me with the opportunity to meet new friends, make new connections, and give back to our wonderful community. My involvement with the Student Affairs Committee has taught me how to be professional, meet deadlines, and come up with creative projects.
I joined SGA to make a difference for freshmen just like me, the majority of us spent our senior year (and even junior) online. So to come back to a social setting where you know nobody, it can be scary. My goal was to plan events directed towards freshmen to meet each other.