Basis of Authority of S.G.A. :: Constitution
and Bylaws of S.G.A. (Adopted April 28, 2008)
of Authority of S.G.A.
The President of Stephens College, believing that higher standards
of citizenship may be
through democratic forms of self-government
and recognizing the commitment
Stephens College students to be a constructive force in the development
of the College,
delegates to the Student Government Association of Stephens College
self-determination and self-government as herein specified.
The following are the powers delegated to the Student Government
1. Power to
make and uphold regulations for effective campus life.
2. Power to prescribe penalties for violation of regulations under
the authority of the
3. Power to develop and participate in certain academic and non-academic
specified in the Constitution and
Bylaws of the Student Government Association.
4. Power to change the Constitution of the Student Government
Association within the limits
its delegated power.
Power to allocate funding to recognized student organizations.
While the President of Stephens College or other administrative
officers will consider
recommendation from the Student Government Association on matters
academic or non-academic life of the College, the President reserves
the right of veto of
which directly affect the administration of the College.
Bylaws of S.G.A. (Adopted April 28, 2008)
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