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Student Life: Clubs and Government

ACADEMIC CLUBS

Academic Clubs

The following academic clubs are student organizations that aim to further the professional development of students through leadership training and involvement in the respected field. The organizations offer educational enhancement, career networking, and social events. (Club activity may change from trimester to trimester)

  • Chi Pi Alpha (Accounting Club)
  • GGU Finance Club
  • GGU Toastmasters

CLUBS & GOVERNMENT

Clubs and Student Government provide on-campus students to connect and interact with each other outside of the classroom.

Contact information for existing clubs and groups can be found by contacting Student Affairs at 415-442-7299 or studentaffairs@ggu.edu.

 
Interested in starting student club or organization of your own? Here's how:
  • Establish at least ten student members
  • Elect the officials of the club as a President, VP of Administration, VP of Finance and VP of Public Relations (Depending on the club's activities, you may have two officials instead of four)
  • Decide on the club's mission statement
  • GGU Toastmasters
  • Submit the list of your officials to the Student Government VP of Administration (Room p-13) with phone numbers and e-mail addresses, mission statement and the list of events you plan to do
  • Prepare a budget proposal at the beginning of the each trimester and submit it to the Student Government office

CULTURAL/EXTRACURRICULAR CLUBS

The following cultural clubs act as a medium to support and encourage international students who are studying in the USA with assistance, social events, and activities. (Club activity may change from trimester to trimester)

  • Accounting Club
  • Advertising Club
  • ASCEND GGU
  • DBA Student Association
  • Indian SA
  • International Student Association
  • J-Crew (Japanese Student Club)
  • Student for Sustainability
  • Taiwanese Student Association
  • WITS

STUDENT GOVERNMENT

Student Government Association (SGA) represents the various interest groups of GGU. These students is elected and are official representatives of students in The Ageno School of Business, Undergraduate Programs, Braden School of Taxation, and the School of Accounting. SGA is a student-oriented organization linking students and the school administration, integrating the GGU student body, and representing students' viewpoints and interests in all situations.