Alex Gill, M.S.
Coordinator for Student Involvement
Office of Campus Involvement
716-649-7900 Ext. 431
The Student Government Association (SGA) represents the interests of the study body and encourages growth of self-government. It also promotes responsibility, loyalty and cooperation among students with Hilbert faculty and administrative officers.
The SGA functions through the Student Senate, which is an elected body composed of five Executive Board members and additional student representatives. The additional student body representatives include: one representatives from each class, one residential representative, one commuter representative, one transfer student representative, two diversity representatives, and two representatives-at-large.
The Student Senate meets regularly about issues of concern to students and is responsible for the allocation of funds for student organizations and activities. Meetings are held each Thursday at 11:00am in Bogel 101.
The Student Government Association Election Process is now open. Please submit your petition and written statement to Daniel Heims in the Student Activities office my April 9th. If you have any questions please stop by the Student Activities office or email us.
SGA leadership for the 2020-2021 Academic Year will be provided by:
President: Rebecca Vermilyea
Vice President: Jack Brechtel
VP for Programming: Open
Senior Representative: Open
Junior Representative: Open
Sophomore Representative: Abigail Dent
Freshman Representative: Open
Representative-at-large: Jalen Arvin
Residential Representative: Ashley Page
Commuter Representatives: Shea Daubney
Transfer Representative: Open
Diversity Representative: Danny Ostroski
SGA Constitution 2018-2019
Club Guidebook 2018-2019
Student Senate Position Description - Quick Reference Guide
Petition for Candidacy Form
"I got involved with the Student Government Association because a friend thought I would make a great candidate and wrote me in during voting. I knew I was interested in getting involved on campus, but I wasn’t sure how, and joining SGA was the perfect way for me to get involved on campus. The day I was written in as Sophomore Representative, I never would have imagined that I would enjoy SGA as much as I did. After my year as Sophomore Representative I ever thought that I’d be Vice President of SGA. I have felt both humbled and challenged by my positions as Vice President, and I am glad that I can help students on campus, and help voice their concerns. SGA has helped me to become a more responsible individual, and a better team player. I’ve learned to work with others, while incorporating our differences.
SGA Vice President 2017-2019
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