The academic year is coming to a close, which means that seniors will be graduating soon and finals are almost upon us. It also means that Student Government Association elections will be coming up soon.


This year, Student Government has made great strides in our two major goals for the year: increasing our presence and efficiency. Your representatives have been helping steer conversations and contribute student input in many initiatives and changes across campus, and we have been hosting and refining student outreach events to best get your feedback. The senior representatives transformed 100 Nights and 50 Nights into fantastic events, and we have worked and co-sponsored with many areas of campus to benefit the student experience, including annual events and attending the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C. And we are still working hard to finish our many initiatives before the end of the year, including a Safety Walk and springtime activities.

As my year as Student Body President winds down, I want to express my gratitude to this community for a fantastic experience, and I’d like to implore any junior, sophomore, and first year student to sincerely consider running for a position in Student Government. SGA representatives have the unique opportunity to help shape campus culture and influence college policies all across campus, from Dammann Field to Reid Castle. It is an incredible experience to contribute to the college, speak up for our friends and peers, and help leave a legacy at Manhattanville.

Make sure to keep an eye out for application packets. And as always, if you have any questions, concerns, ideas, or would like further information, please feel free to email, and check your email regularly for updat