UT Tyler Student Government Association
SGA Standing Committees
The Student Government Association is composed of three standing committees with at least three senators on each committee. Any student may join one or more of the standing committees by speaking to the chair of that committee. The SGA standing committees are:
The Student Life Committee:
This committee is responsible for coordinating all SGA activities and events. The vice president of the SGA chairs this committee.
Chair: Preston Templeman
The Communications Committee:
This committee is responsible for all communications between the SGA and the student body. It also serves as the means of communication between the SGA and members of the faculty, staff and campus media. It will maintain and update the SGA website, maintain pictures of all SGA events, and design and post flyers that advertise SGA events. The secretary of the SGA chairs this committee.
Chair: Devyn Martin
The Rules Committee:
This committee establishes election procedures and administers the elections under the SGA Constitution and Bylaws. This committee also reviews and revises the SGA Constitution and Bylaws. The parliamentarian of the SGA chairs this committee.
Chair: Savannah Seeley
The Student Government Appropriations Committee:
This committee is responsible for making recommendations concerning the preparation of the SGA budget and the allocation of SGA funds according to the SGAC Guidelines. The treasurer of the SGA chairs this committee.
Chair: Radha Nabar
The SGA also maintains student seats on the following university committees. To serve on one of these committees please contact President Alex Free, who will verify committee openings:
Academic Affairs Committee
Arts and Performance Complex Advisory Committee
Environmental Safety Committee
Information Technology Committee
International Studies and Intercultural Affairs Committee
Student Affairs Advisory Committee
Student Appeals Committee
Student Fee Advisory Committee
Parking Citations Appeals Committee
Cowan Center Advisory Committee
(Committee openings to be determined after fall elections.)