Because Embry-Riddle is a unique university, its’ SGA is equally as unique. To make the biggest impact on campus, the SGA is composed of smaller organizations that have specific goals and actions of meet the needs of students. The branches of the SGA ensure that students have the representation, protection, and voice that they deserve as students of the university. The divisions of the SGA provide students with campus news and entertainment with the help of four volunteer organizations.
While the SGA holds high standards and expectations for its members, the Student Government Association is always thrilled to welcome new members into its organization. The rewards of being an SGA representative are limitless and many of its members have become successful and influential leaders on campus. Members have the opportunity to gain leadership experience while making a difference for their peers. Additionally, students have the opportunity to network, gain insight into student politics, and develop friendships that will last a lifetime.