Each year, the SGA sponsors this event that traces its roots to the presidency of Dr. Henry Hardin Cherry. Students begin at Cherry Hall and clean regions of the Hill.
Campus Safety Walk
Each fall, WKU officials and SGA representatives tour the campus in search of locations needing safety improvements.
Complimentary Test Materials
Now an SGA tradition, Blue Books and Scantrons are available for free in the SGA office.
Extended Library Hours
The Student Senate commonly provides funding in order to extend the operating hours of the library during the week of final examinations each semester.
Each Tuesday, any WKU student can address the Student Senate during the Special Orders portion of the meeting. According to the SGA Bylaws, “Any student of the University who has a matter to bring before the Senate shall be allowed to speak at this time for no longer than ten minutes.”
SGA annually provides over $25,000 for campus organizations. Each organization can apply for up to $500.
Safe Ride Service (“Purple Line”)
The Safe Ride service, also known as the Purple Line, is a partnership between the Student Government Association and Parking and Transportation Services to provide students with alternative transportation to prevent the dangers of driving under the influence. Fall 2012 was the first semester of its operation.
Click here to learn more about the service and its hours of operation.
This year, the Academic Affairs committee and the Director of Academic and Student Affairs have been allotted $56,000 for scholarships for the student body. Students will be eligible to apply for study abroad and research conference scholarships.
Transcript Voucher Program
The Student Government Association has arranged with the Office of the Registrar to provide students with vouchers that can be redeemed for free official transcripts. This idea was born out of the rising costs of tuition and fees and aims to reduce the financial burden on each student. To get a voucher or to learn more about the program, stop by the SGA office.