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SGA Walk For Freedom

A21 is an International Human Trafficking Prevention Campaign that works to eradicate human trafficking on a global scale. This year they are hosting their 6th annual walk for freedom. Last years walk happened in 475 cities across 50 countries and reached 70 million people. This year Missouri State will be hosting a local walk on the North Mall. This event will happen October 19th from 12:30-3:30 and will include an hour-long walk, a local survivors' testimony, a number of local speakers, and a call to action. Registration is free and fundraising is recommended but optional! You can click the following link to register for the walk. If you have any questions feel free to email Chief Interpersonal Violence Prevention Commissioner Jordan at

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Sign up for the A21 Walk for Freedom happening in Springfield, Missouri!

Reasons to be in Student Government Association

Attention Missouri State students! Student Government Association will resume its weekly meetings in the Fall 2019 semester. Apply to be a senator if you want to get involved on campus, make an impact on issues involving to you and your peers, voice your opinion, network, develop yourself professionally, and love the bears!

If you're interested in getting involved in SGA, please download and fill out one the applications below! Then bring it to the SGA office (PSU room 123) by 4:00 pm

Download the SGA senator application

Download the SGA commissioner application

Download the Student Governor Application



The Student Government Association was officially formed in 1921 as a representative body to the university, though it was then called the Student Council. In the 1950s, the organization became known as the Student Senate, and by spring 1962 it was titled the Student Government Association. The legislative branch is still often referred to as the Student Senate (Senate).

Composition of the SGA

SGA, like our United States Federal Government, is separated into three branches: Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. It is important to remember that, like our U.S. Government, SGA follows a separation of powers. This means that members of the Executive Branch are to have little to do with the affairs of the Legislative and Judicial Branches. The same is expected of the other two branches.

Submit Your Survey Ideas to the SGA's R&D Committee:

Do you have a burning question or issue that you'd like the student-body to voice their opinion on?

Submit Your Survey Idea  Here 

SGA Suggestion Box

Need to have your opinions heard? Want to bring somethings to the President's attention? Think you can improve SGA? Then you've come to the right place! Let SGA know your opinions by using our Suggestion Box. Simply type whatever you'd like to get off your chest into the field below, and your opinion will be sent straight to the SGA Executive and Legislative Branches.

Drop a Suggestion