Throughout the school year, those who choose to follow SGA on Twitter and Facebook will have the opportunity to win prizes – exclusively offered on the social media sites.
“We hope that by using social media, students will be constantly engaged in SGA and understand all that we can provide for them,” said Matthew Smith, SGA’s communications director.
SGA leaders say they’ll be using their own Twitter accounts to keep students up to date on what they’re working on and important events in SGA.
SGA is a representative body modeled after the U.S. government. Through its three branches: executive, legislative and judicial, SGA aims to represent student issues and concerns at all levels of university decision making.
In addition, SGA is constantly creating new services and initiatives aiming to make campus life better for all UCF knights.