Student Government Association
|Office Hours - Monday through Friday - 8am - 4:30pm (By appointment only)|
|Manager of Student Life & Leadership Development|
- SGA Officers
- SGA Sponsored Events
- SGA Constitution
- Voter Registration
- Adult Student's Public Benefit Guide
- Student Leadership Center Brochure
Club / Organization Meetings
Check the Bulletin Board outside the Student Leadership Center (Room 1260) for Club / Organization meeting times.
Contact Helen Manley at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
2020-2021 Recognized Clubs /
Organizations (continue to check back):
- All Latin Alliance
- Alpha Beta Gamma
- Black Student Union
- Etel Billig Theatre Society (Drama Club)
- Filmmakers Club
- HOPE Campus Ministries
- Nursing Club
- Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
- Photo Society
- Political Science Club
- Psi Beta Honor Society
- STEM Club
- Student Government Association
- The Pioneer Newspaper
- Sustainability Club
- TRIO Club
- Veterans Club
- Anime Club
- Chess Club
- Dental Hygiene (Freshman)
- Dental Hygiene (Sophomore)
- Entrepreneurs of America
- International Students Association
- Rotaract Club
- Sustainability Club
- The Social Work Club
- Video Game Design Club Or Start Your Own Club
Fall 2018/Spring 2019 Full Board Meetings
- September 24
- October 8
- October 22
- November 12
- November 26
- No meetings in December.
- January 28
- February 11
- February 25
- March 18
- March 25
- April 8
- April 22
Strong Democracies depend on Student Engagement
College students can make a difference in local elections but they can't do it from the sidelines. During the 2014 Election cycle, 83% of 18-24 year olds chose NOT to vote, NOT to be heard. We want that to change!
Which is why the Cook County Clerk's office is encouraging all eligible students to register to vote online for the March 20, 2018 Gubernatorial Primary. Established parties will be choosing their candidates for Illinois Governor, U.S. Representative, State Representative, State Senator, multiple countywide offices and more.
The Clerk's office can also help train groups as Deputy Registrars to register their fellow students or community members to vote.
Finally, the Clerk's office wants to hire you to serve voters on March 20. We have two positions available in our suburban polling places on Election Day:
- Election Judges earn $190
- Equipment Managers earn $340
You can learn more about each position and apply online at cookcountyclerk.com/students.
For more assistance or information contact Mark Mesle at 312.603.0988 or email@example.com.
If you would like to register to vote, please go to the State Board of Elections or contact the Student Leadership Center. The Program Director is a Voter Registrar.
Here is an article regarding very important reasons why young people should vote, 9 Reasons We Need Young Voters.
We will have opportunities to register to vote through the year, such as the Involvement Fest, Reading of the Constitution, etc. Please check the calendar for updates or contact the Coordinator of Student Life (708) 709-3910 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can stop by the Student Leadership Center (Room 1260).
If you are interested in starting a club that is not on this list, contact Helen Manley, SGA Advisor, (708) 709-3910 or email@example.com