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All students are represented by the two branches of the Student Government Association: the Executive Council and the Senate. The SGA develops and administers student self-government policies, provides many services to students, communicates with faculty and administration and decides how the student activity fees will be spent. Students from all undergraduate classes are encouraged to run for office in SGA and participate in shaping the future of the University.
The Student Government Association Office (301/ 687-4304) can help you to get involved. Visit the Student Government Association* web site or the Student and Community Involvement web site for more information.