Many of our students were active in their undergraduate institutions. Some were leaders at large public institutions and others at smaller private settings. Regardless of your history, you will have the opportunity to participate and fit in at DMU.
To meet the needs of the various programs, Student Government Associations (SGAs) are organized within each college. Each organization strives to provide an outlet for change, a place to voice issues and concerns, and a central stage for directing college-wide projects.
Each college SGA meets on a regular schedule (usually monthly) to discuss issues and activities that affect and involve students in the college. In addition, each on-campus class elects officers to serve as a voice for class issues.
COM SGA is comprised of elected officials representing each class, as well as an overall COM SGA President. The elected positions include a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Liaison for the first and second-year classes, as well as representatives for the Master of Science in Anatomy (MSA) and Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (MSBS) programs.
IPMSA is comprised of elected officials representing each class, as well as an overall IPMSA President, President-Elect, Secretary, and Parliamentarian. The elected positions include a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Liaison, and APMSA delegate for the first, second, and third-year classes.
CHS SGA is comprised of two programs: Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) and Physician Assistant program (PA). Each program has elected officials representing each class. CHS SGA also has an overall President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer, which represent the college as a whole. The elected officials for each class include the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Liaison. DPT has officers for first, second, and third-year students, and PA has officers for first and second-year students.
Student Government Association Advisory Council is an integrated, collaborative and interdisciplinary student advisory group to Student Affairs and the University on issues and matters affecting the university’s student body. The council is composed of the president and vice president of all three Student Government Associations on the campus. The Council meets monthly during the noon hour to organize and lead university-wide student events, participate in proactive discussions, provide feedback and leadership assistance to the University to support shared governance. Learn more.