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Judicial Hearing Council

Walter May (Advisor)
Assistant Dean of Students; Director of Student Activities
(770) 720-5540
The Judicial Hearing Council exists as the Judicial Division of the Student Government Association.  The SGA Vice President of Administration, in consultation with the SGA Executive Board, appoints and oversees the members of the Judicial Hearing Council.  The Director of Residence Life is the Advisor to the Judicial Hearing Council and is typically present during all official Judicial Council Hearings. The duties of the Judicial Hearing Council are: to hear cases of students who have chosen to have their case reviewed following their initial conference with the primary adjudicating officer, to determine and recommend sanctions for students found responsible for misconduct, to hear and grant appeals in cases of procedural error or in the event that new evidence is made available.  Additionally, the Judicial Hearing Council has the authority to interpret the Constitution of the Student Government Association when the Executive Board or Student Senate requests such an interpretation. 
For more information, please visit the Judicial Hearing Council webpage.

Resident Assistants (RAs)

Eric Booth (advisor)
Director of Residence Life
(770) 720-9902
Resident Assistant (RA) position is one of leadership and service. RAs are full time students who are carefully selected and trained as leaders, role models, and referral providers. RAs are in every building on campus. They develop a positive rapport with residents in order to create and maintain a friendly community that stimulates a cooperative environment conductive to learning and respect. RAs encourage residents to act with reason, to take responsibility for their actions, and to respect the rights and freedoms of others. RAs assist in the personal development of students, provide programs for community building, and respond to emergencies in their hall. The many experiences gained from the position are invaluable.
For more information, please visit the Residence Assistant webpage.

Student Activities Council (SAC)

Phylicia Fair (advisor)
Coordinator of Student Programming
(770) 720-9238
The Reinhardt University Student Activities Council (SAC) is a combined group of students charged with the task of planning and executing monthly, as well as special events.  The SGA Vice President of Student Activities, in consultation with the Executive Board, appoints the members of the SAC.  The SAC purpose is to provide co curricular activities for the Reinhardt University community.  The SAC is a student led organization responsible for providing a balanced schedule of social, cultural, educational, and recreational programs and activities.  This council works with national agencies, local organizations, students, faculty, and staff to provide programs and activities for students.
For more information, please visit the Student Activities Council webpage.

Student Government Association (SGA)

Walter May (Advisor)
Assistant Dean of Students; Director of Student Activities
(770) 720-5540              
Student self governance plays a significant role in shaping the quality of student life at Reinhardt University. The Student Government Association (SGA) represents all segments of the student body. The SGA is organized to help formulate/voice student opinion regarding college policies and to allocate funding to officially recognized student organizations. Participation in the SGA is open to all students through voting in SGA elections, attending Student Senate meetings, volunteering for one of the many SGA committees, and by sharing questions and concerns about campus issues. There are four divisions within the Student Government Association: 1) The Executive Board is made up of five officers elected by the Student Body:  the President, the Vice President of Administration, the Vice President of Student Activities, the Treasurer, and the Secretary; 2) the Student Senate which is made up of both elected and appointed members.  The Elected Members include: one representative from each class, one representative from each residence hall, four commuter representatives, and two representatives from the North Fulton Campus.  The Appointed Members include: one representative from each officially recognized student club or organization, and any other members appointed by the SGA President in order to insure fair representation; 3) Judicial Council; and 4) Student Activities Council. 
For more information, please visit the Student Government Association website.