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Introducing the current Student Government Association of Ross University Bahamas
Oct 28, 2009 - 11:58:42 PM

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October 28, 2010 - front row: (left to right) Meg Osman - Director of Student Services Chandia Hanna - SGA Secretary Laura Morgigno - Semester 3 Class Representative Christopher Riccard - SGA President Aisha Wafa - Activities Coordinator Nina Neuhaus - Semester 4 Class Representative Madeline Russell - Curriculum Chair Mark Floyd - Sports Director back row: (left to right) Harriet Myers - Associate Dean of Student Affairs Stephen Smith - Honour Council President Olawole "Joseph" Ogunsulire - SGA Historian Ashleigh Akehurst - Health and Environmental Chair Justin Hruska - SGA Treasurer Nathan Amrine - SGA Vice President Chris Hancock - Constitution Chair Frank Bonpietro - IT Chair Photo: The Bahamas Weekly

Freeport, Grand Bahama - Ross University Student Government Association (SGA) is their student governing body and its purpose is to represent the needs and interests of the student body and improve upon the existing learning platform; to liaise between the university administration, faculty, and student body;  and to identify and address the issues of common concern.

The organization has an established Constitution and Ross University has a Student Handbook.

The SGA meets each week to stay current on their tasks.
This photo is of the current SGA at Ross Bahamas...

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