Former UCF Student Government Associations Facilities, Safety, & Transport coordinator Chandra Kethi-Reddy called for SGA President Nick Larkins to resign at the SGA senate meeting Thursday.
UCF Student Government Association President Nick Larkins announced on SGA's Facebook on Wednesday that Facilities, Safety, & Transport Coordinator Chandra Kethi-Reddy resigned from office.
At the beginning of every fiscal year, the Student Government Association senate sets a budget for its committees; however, two committees go over budget every year.
At the first meeting of UCF’s Student Government 50th senate, Josh Boloña began his role as speaker of the senate, something he had never done before.
The UCF Student Government Association senate passed seven bills to the final step Thursday for registered student organizations to receive a total of more than $48,000 in funding for trips or to host events.
The UCF Student Government Association will be holding a senate meet and greet on Monday at 6 p.m. in the Student Union Cape Florida Ballroom.
Standing in front of the Student Government Association Senate in a black dress, heels and a SGA jacket, Sierra Scott explained why should she be elected senate president pro tempore.
A new speaker of the senate and senate president pro tempore were elected at the first meeting of UCF’s Student Government Association's 50th senate Thursday.
The UCF Student Government Association's 49th Senate held its final meeting Thursday night and focused on passing the fiscal bills so they would not carry over to the 50th Senate.
The voting for Student Government Association’s President and Vice President for the 2017-18 academic year had closed, with Nick Larkins and Cristina Barreto winning against Josh Boloña and Jad Shalhoub.
Nick Larkins and Cristina Barreto were named Student Government Association's 2017-18 president and vice president Wednesday in front of the Student Union around 6 p.m.
At noon Tuesday the Legislative, Judicial and Rules committee postponed the vote to move the recommendation of censure against Student Government Association presidential candidate and Chief of Staff Nick Larkins to senate.
On the eve of UCF Presidential Election polls opening, SGA Senator Brianna Bailey filed a “Recommendation for Censure” against candidate and current SGA Chief of Staff, Nick Larkins, for not meeting his statutory mandated requirements under “Title IV Chapter 402.4."
Student Government President and Vice President candidates, Joshua Bolona and Jad Shalhoub, released their platform Wednesday night to a crowd of supporters at CaddyShank's sports pub.
UCF's Student Government Association is hosting their annual “SGA Days” event this week, where any students with questions about SGA can drop by to have a talk with a representative.
During the the first-ever Knight's Forum Wednesday, University of Central Florida students and Student Government Association officials officials came together over pizza to discus the organization's recent actions
The Student Government Association is hosting the first-ever Knights Forum, a monthly meeting where students can learn about the student government's activities, voice their ideas and concerns, and find out how to get involved in student government.
Students from a high school Student Government Association got a glimpse into their future on Thursday when they attended the University of Central Florida’s Senate meeting.
The University of Central Florida's Student Government Association has opened a new era of cooperation between the three branches of government.
The state of elections has improved at the University of Central Florida but the Election Commission acknowledges that there is work yet to be done.
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- SGA's Election Commission suspends Milich, Sarlo campaign
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- Activity and Service Fee committee finalizes budget