2014 - 2015 Student Government Association President:  SOPHIA JOHNSON

#SGA NICE: "Newly Inspired Committed to Excellence" - 2014-2015

Janelle Royer, SGA Vice President

Lennoxsea Thompson, SGA Treasurer

Zhane Proctor, SGA Secretary

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Student Government Association (SGA) is concerned with improving the quality of student life through its many communication channels. SGA is recognized as the official representative of the student body and assists students by:  
1. Providing opportunities for each student to participate in activities which develop and realize individual potentialities and leadership skills
2. Aiding in a meaningful interpretation of the concept of the "University Community"

Student Government Association Officers 2013-2014: from left to right: Senior Senator Helena Shoy, Public Relations Officer Lennoxsea Thompson, President Kevin Dixon, Secretary Wendy Aurelien, Treasurer D'lisa Williams, and Vice President Sheena Tonge

2013-2014 Theme: "SGA: The SWAGG (Students With A Greater Goal) Movement"

SGA STT and STX at Student Leadership ConferenceSGA 2013-2014 Installation CeremonySGA donates to World Food Day 2014

2013-2014 Officers :  Kevin Dixon, President; Sheena Tonge, Vice President; D'lisa Williams, Treasurer; Wendy Aurelien, Secretary; Jacqueline Romer, Historian; Lennoxsea Thompson, Public Relations Officer; Felicia Emmanuel, Public Relations Officer; Janelle Royer, Outreach Coordinator; Amiquah Freeman, Senior Senator; Helena Shoy, Senior Senator; Aliya Perkins, Junior Senator; Kennela John-Lewis, Junior Senator; Lorne Joseph, Sophomore Senator; Mark Sinnan, Sophomore Senator; Octavia Turner, Freshman Senator; Zamora Belardo, Freshman Senator
SGA Standing Committees  
  • Social and Cultural Committee 
    • The Social and Cultural Committee is responsible for programming, sponsoring, and encouraging recognized organizations on campus to sponsor a variety of cultural and social activities during the year.
  • Queens Committee
    • The Queens Committee is responsible for the selection of the Miss University of the Virgin Islands and soliciting contestants, planning, and implementation of the entire program for the selection of the queen.
  • Sports Committee
    • The Sports Committee is responsible for encouraging greater student participation in intercollegiate and intramural athletics, and for recommending improvements in the overall athletics program of the college.
  • Shadow Our Students Committee
    • The Shadow Our Students Committee is responsible for planning and implementing the Shadow Our Students Program each year at the University of the Virgin Islands. The program over-arching goal is to show perspective students in the importance of higher education and to encourage them to seek their higher education at the University of the Virgin Islands.
  • Elections Committee 
    • The Elections Committee is responsible for working closely with the Student Council and for carrying out general and special student elections.
  • Black Heritage Committee 
    • The Black Heritage Committee is responsible for planning and implementing programs of Black Cultural awareness during Black History celebrations in February of each year. 
  • Academic Grievance Committee 
    • The Academic Grievance Committee is responsible for receiving all student academic grievances and assist the student(s) to prepare evidence for presentation to the division grievance committees of the University.
  • Food Committee
    • The Food Committee is responsible for working closely with the Cafeteria Management and Student Affairs office for recommending improvements in the operations of and meals served by the cafeteria and snack bar.
  • Publications Committee
    • The Publications Committee is responsible for encouraging greater participation in and improving the quality of student publications. 
For more information, contact us at (340) 692-4191 or via email at sgastx@uvi.edu or contact Student Government Association Advisor at (340) 692-4228.