SERVE.
PROMOTE.
UNIFY.

Serving and promoting the individual student;
unifying all that is Auburn.

Auburn Answers is Auburn SGA’s primary feedback system. Submit suggestions, complaints or questions today!

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SGA’s Student Senate will meet this summer via Zoom June 15 and July 20 at 7:30 PM. Anyone who wishes to address Senate during Open-Forum should email SGA Vice President, Hays Kassen, by noon the day of each Senate meeting.

Find Out More, including viewing agendas and legislation.

Hungry for lunch? Have a Flunch! Flunch is SGA’s new initiative promoting student-faculty engagement to discuss academics, recommendation letters or other professional tips.

Have a Flunch today!

The Auburn Ring Tradition is one of Auburn’s most spirited traditions.

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Visit here to learn more about the Election process and information about any upcoming elections!

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Learn more about how to register for upcoming elections and how to plug in and be civically engaged. 

Keep in touch with the what is happening in the city of Auburn. For City Council Meeting Schedules and more visit the City Relations Page

Want to be a part of the committee that helps Aubie create props before every home game? Or are wanting to request Aubie for an appearance? Visit Aubie’s page to learn more about everyone’s favorite tiger.

For full information regarding new student ticket packages, pricing, away game ticketing, the ticket pool, penalty points, payments/cancellations, guest passes and FAQs, visit Auburn Athletics website here.

Stay up-to-date on your account information by visiting the Football Student Ticketing Center

SGA by the numbers
2019-2020

About SGA

The Student Government Association (SGA) is the official governing organization of the student body. With a vision to elevate the Auburn experience through student life, campus safety and technological innovation, SGA represents the student voice to university faculty, staff and administration as well as government entities like the Auburn City Council and Alabama State Legislature.

SGA is divided among three branches: executive, legislative, and judicial. The executive branch consists of Executive Cabinet with different teams conducting programming, initiatives, financial projects, outreach efforts, and communications & marketing tactics to serve, promote and unify the student body. The legislative branch is made up of 34 senators representing Auburn’s 14 colleges and schools who address constituent needs and concerns through passing legislation. The judicial branch interprets the SGA Constitution and Code of Laws.

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Upcoming Events

Senate Meeting

Date and Time
Monday, September 28, 7:30 PM, Student Center Ballroom

To submit information for open forum, please email SGA Vice President, Hays Kassen (hek0015@auburn.edu) by noon on September 28.

Last modified: September 25, 2020