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The WKU Student Senate meets at 5 p.m. every Tuesday in Cravens Library 111.
In 1956, Western Kentucky University students began actively participating in the administration of the university with the creation of the Student Advisory Council. Over the next ten years, students struggled to achieve the influence they desired, but in 1966 the student body ratified the first version of its constitution and elected James P. "Jim" Haynes as the first president of the Associated Students. In 1992, the Associated Students changed its name to the Student Government Association.
The Student Government Association of Western Kentucky University is an organization committed to the advocacy of every student that enters and subsequently exits WKU. SGA believes that each student has a vital opinion and voice, and the organization is fully committed to serving these students.
Latest from SGA
Justin Moore and Corey Smith to perform at WKU
Country acts Justin Moore and Corey Smith will visit the Hill on Oct.
Fall election set for Sept. 17 & 18
The WKU Student Government Association announced that the Fall Election is set for September 17-18 on TopNet.
SGA executives to meet with legislators in Washington D.C.
Western Kentucky University’s top two student body leaders, Keyana Boka and Mark Reeves, will visit Washington D.