Sincerely, SGA: A look back on a year’s accomplishments

Sincerely, SGA: A look back on a year’s accomplishments

Dear Auburn Family,

Our 2023-2024 SGA term has come to an end. Projects were completed, initiatives came to fulfillment and relationships have deepened. We can confidently say that we worked hard to leave Auburn better than we found it. We have been honored to spend the past year intentionally serving our campus and we are eager for what is to come within the next term. Given the amount of achievements, the monthly newsletter looks a little different. This month, we aimed to compile our overarching updates over the full term.


Throughout the past year, SGA's cabinet consisted of four branches that serve the student body in various ways: Chief of Staff, Initiatives, Outreach, and Finance.

To find more data about specific projects like Hey Day and Safety Walk, read our past newsletters.


  • Senate createdSGA’s International Student Liaison for students from around the globe to have a voice within student government.

Executive Student Council

  • The 13 Councils hosted over 100 events in the past year.

  • Student Council is the most localSGA  Each college has a President and a Student Council to advocate for students to the Dean and faculty. If you encounter any issues, reach out to your council.

Lobby Board

  • Members were each partnered with a state representative to correspond with throughout the term. Each member has worked to stay up to date on all events concerning Auburn in order to advocate effectively for an increase in state appropriations for our university.

  • Hosted “Learning to Lobby Day,” an event where the members of Lobby Board have the opportunity to hear from a panel of key legislators and influential governmental relations professionals in Alabama. 

  • Will be attending Higher Education Day in Montgomery where the team will represent the Auburn University student body to members of the Alabama Legislature.

Freshman Forum

  • Received over 500 applications from first-year students which broke the previous application record. From there, the team narrowed down the group to 54 highly qualified and incredible students who serve, promote and unify the freshman class.

  • Provided professional development opportunities through True Colors, Enneagram and professional communication. These initiatives  set our students up for success as they continue their Auburn journey and beyond.

  • Currently working on a project where the team hopes to gain feedback from first-year students so that information can be sent to administrators to enact positive change on our campus.


  • Implemented “I Voted” stickers for students during the 2023 Miss Homecoming and Spring 2024 SGA

  • Produced a promotional video to be played at two home basketball games this spring and passed out gimmicks to encourage voter turnout.

Miss Auburn

  • Bridged the gap between different areas of the Auburn family through fostering conversations and promoting inclusivity

  • Give Thanks Initiative: Students all over Auburn’s campus helped to write 1000+ thank you notes to Auburn staff

We thank you for the privilege of serving you.



Sincerely SGA