SGA branches accept new members through application, and each branch has their own application process. Click the buttons to find the applications and learn more about the branches! Applications are due Friday, September 11th.

The After-Dark Committee (ADC) shall be devoted to organizing late night programming that caters to St. Olaf students. The committee shall be responsible for providing unique, interactive programming between 10 pm and 3 am either on campus or off-campus. The purpose of these events is to foster nightlife on campus with an emphasis on creativity, diversity, safety and student collaboration. **Open to First-Years only**

BORSC is bringing students’ voices to the college’s leadership. As a committee, we represent the community and push for change with the college’s administration, the Presidential Leadership Team, and the Board of Regents – the entities deciding on all major entities of our lives at St. Olaf (GE reform, new dorms, Boe House staffing, you name it). **Open to First-Years only**

The purpose of the Diversity Initiatives Support Committee (DISC) is to provide organizations of historically marginalized groups with the support and funding necessary for them to accomplish their mission at St. Olaf. **Open to First-Years only**

A committee that works to push the St Olaf community to develop a critical consciousness to the place we occupy, and our positioning in the world. PAC works to have events that radically change our ways of being in this world, through an intersectional approach that enables students within the committee to grow and learn. While also pushing the wider student and faculty body to be exposed to events that will cause a radical examination of their world and life. **Open to all class years**

The Student Activities Committee (SAC) strives to provide students with unique escapes from their academic responsibilities by organizing a diverse spectrum of events and activities. Our committee is tasked with planning fun and engaging events including weekly movies, comedians, magicians, and novelty acts. SAC also upholds St. Olaf traditions such as Homecoming Week, the President’s Ball, and Senior Days. With everything that SAC has to offer, there is surely something for everyone! **Open to all class years**

The Student Organization Committee (SOC) is the branch of SGA which funds and recognizes over 200 student clubs, organizations and club sports on campus. It is a great way to meet others, learn about organizations and events on campus, gain leadership experience, and be a part of SGA as a whole. The time commitment is approximately 1-2 hours a week, but can vary by week and position. **Open to First-Years only**

Volunteer Network has opened applications for first year representatives! If you are a first year and would like to get to know student government, organizational skills, meet a great team and learn about volunteering on campus please apply! **Open to First-Years only**

SGA Initiatives

The Greater Than Campaign is dedicated to educating students on mental health resources and ways we can work towards ending the mental illness stigma. We aim to create a positive atmosphere surrounding mental health on campus and in our community by encouraging conversations about mental health and normalizing the utilization of resources. This is seen through our community awareness events and informational resource presentations. **Open to all class years**