Interested in becoming a Students' Association senator?
The Students' Association election is coming up on March 24-25! Petitions are now available to make sure your name is on the ballot as a senatorial candidate to represent peers in your academic college. Stop by the SA office on Main Street in the University Student Union to pick up your petition or click here for more information about the election and how to become a senator.
Welcome to the SDSU Students' Association!
The Students' Association is comprised of all General Activity Fee-paying students at South Dakota State University. The Students' Association Senate is the official student government organization at SDSU, consisting of 28 senators representing each of the academic colleges and the student body president and vice president.
The Students' Association Senate serves as a representative body to bring the voice of SDSU students to university administration, faculty, and staff, state legislators and the South Dakota Board of Regents of Higher Education. The Students' Association also allocates student fee funds to support various campus entities, facilities, and many student organizations.
The Students' Association Senate meets weekly during the academic year on Mondays at 7:00pm in the Lewis & Clark Room of the University Student Union. Meetings are open to the public. Students or other members of the public are welcome to speak or share concerns during the public comments portion of the open forum.
The meeting agenda for each week can be found in the Rabbit Report, linked here.
Documents & Historical Records
Looking for Students' Association Senate documents or historical records?
- Find agendas, minutes, and legislation from the current Senate term here
- Read the Students' Association Bylaws
- See the most recent Students' Association Senate agenda in the Rabbit Report
Other documents and historical records are available upon request to the Students' Association Chief of Staff at SDSU.SAChiefOfStaff@sdstate.edu.