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Welcome to MTSU SGA

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Spring Elections Coming in April!

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We are accepting applications for Attorney General and Philanthropic Coordinator. — more info

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Welcome to the Middle Tennessee State University Student Government Association website. One of the greatest resources to students, traditional and non-traditional, at MTSU is the Student Government Association. The SGA serves as the official liaison between the student body and the administration. It is the official channel of communication for all students. Our job is to listen to the concerns of students and help make your college experience the best it can be. 

You should be able to find the information you want regarding the SGA here. The Student Government Association is working to bridge the gap between the student body and the SGA as well as demonstrating True Blue pride. As having the opportunity to be one of Middle Tennessee State University's finest we ask that you become more involved and take pride in your institution.

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2015-16 Senate

If you have any questions about student government, or have any ideas or concerns, feel free to stop by our office in the Student Union Building, room 306. I personally encourage all students to stop by and get involved- it's the best way to get the most out of your college stay. Be Loud, Be Proud, Be Blue!

Lindsey Pierce
Student Body President

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