Florida International University’s Student Government Association was established in 1973 and since its inception has continued to strive for excellence on behalf of all Panthers. In order to better represent all students, FIU SGA is divided into two councils – SGC-MMC, which represents the interests of students at the Modesto Maidique Campus and the Engineering Center, and SGC-BBC, which represents the interests of students at the Biscayne Bay Campus and FIU at I-75 Center. In coherence with the idea of checks and balances, SGA is divided into the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches.
Together, SGA exists to represent students and act in their best interests on academic, extracurricular and social issues. Throughout the year, our advocacy efforts extend further than the perimeter of our campus, engaging local, state, and federal officials to help us accomplish our goals.
Should you have any questions, comments, or concerns, we would love to hear from you! Use the contact box to contact your respective SGA office.
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