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ATTENTION ALL REGISTERED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS!

The last day to submit Student Government Bills or Travel Requests for the Spring 2016 semester will be Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016 at 11:59pm. Any submissions after this time will not be considered.

Thank You!


Notice of Public Meeting

SG Executive Cabinet will meet every Tuesday at 5PM in CC 249.

SG Senate will meet every Tuesday at 6:30PM in CC 247.

SG Senate Executive will meet every Thursday at 5PM in CC 246.

SG Legislative Committee will meet every Tuesday A 5:30PM in HH 212.

SG Appropriations Committee will meet every Wednesday at 1PM in CC 245.

SG  Outreach Committee will meet every Friday at 2pm in MH 203A.

SG Relations Committee will meet every Monday at 6PM in CC 245.

SG Travel Committee will meet every Wednesday at 8PM in CC 249.

SG Elections Rules Committee will meet every Thursday at 12PM in CC 249.

For questions about any of the above meetings contact the Student Government Advising at sgadvising@fgcu.edu .

If accommodations are needed to a disability, please contact the office, 239-590-7948


The mission of the Student Government is to provide an intellectual, social, and cultural environment that maximizes student potential and enhances student success.  The purpose of Student Government is to provide equal representation for all students at Florida Gulf Coast University.  Students needs rather than institutional preference determine priorities for academic planning, policies, and programs.  Student Government will serve as an institutional resource to further the development of the student as a contributing member of the community. Student Government will serve as a bridge between all aspects of Florida Gulf Coast University and the Student Body.  In order to establish such partnerships, Student Government is committed to maintaining high levels of communication between the student body, faculty, staff, and the community.  Student Government will act as the official voice, through which student opinion may be expressed, thus producing students engaged in both university activities and community affairs.