The Student Government Association (SGA) represents the student body and acts as its voice, working with a diverse student body to listen to their opinions and communicate them to the university’s administration.
As students themselves, SGA members are able to understand the concerns and suggestions of their peers and share them with the President and his Cabinet. This relationship helps the administration better understand the “real” needs of the student body as they live and learn on campus together.
SGA provides a way for the administration to better identify the most significant needs and desires of students so that they can seek to address them. The members of the SGA also serve as a sounding board for administration as they seek students’ best interests in decisions that are being made and gauge the reactions of students to upcoming changes. Whether it is a social problem or issue or a physical improvement to campus, SGA partners with the Department of Student Life to create needed change.
Being a part of SGA enables students to make a difference on campus. Members of the SGA are also the only student leadership positions with direct access to President Pistole and his Cabinet once a month. The President and the Cabinet are always eager to hear from SGA and better understand how they can partner together in order to make continuous improvements to Anderson University and educate for a life of faith and service to the church and to society.
Becca Peach, President
Carter Haupt, Vice President
Mikayla Moore, Chief of Staff
Cassie Wuethrich, Chief of Finances
Apekshya Koirala, Chief Justice
Cassie Sanchez, Social Media and Special Events Coordinator
Daniel Gaines, Senate Chair
Elli Brooks, Community Outreach Coordinator
Freshman Class: Addison Lavelle, Chris Luhring
Sophomore Class: Shanda Miller
Junior Class: Nouhad Melki
Senior Class: Troyer Goldman
Dunn Hall: Connor Hoover
Morrison Hall: Paige Anstead
Commuter: Maddie Rastetter
Multicultural: Alphonso Blackwell
School of Music, Theatre, and Dance: Jessica “Jess” Brown
School of Science and Engineering: Winnie Nguyen
Joy Mwangi, Chief Justice
Tarah Collins, Associate Justice
Apeksha Koirala, Associate Justice
Madison Moreland, Associate Justice