Thank you for your interest in running for an officer position with Lindenwood Belleville Student Government Association (LBSGA).
Officer elections for the LBSGA take place each spring term during the month of April. These one year positions take affect the day after spring graduation. In order to be placed on the ballot, each student wishing to run for an officer position must fill out a candidate profile and submit it to the Torrin Suedmeyer (LBSGA Staff Advisor). Torrin is located in the lower level of the Alan J. Dixon Center (Student Development and Resource Center, D100). You can also reach him by phone at (618) 239-6028 or by email at TSuedmeyer@lindenwood.edu.
LBSGA officer positions are eligible for a stipend each semester. For more information on these stipends, please contact Torrin or the Director of Student Life and Leadership, Michelle Sanford at (618) 671-6143 or by email at MSanford@lindenwood.edu.
LBSGA Mission Statement
The mission of the LBSGA is threefold: We are committed to amplifying the voice of LU-B students, upholding the standards set by the LU-B administration, and providing campus leaders with the tools needed to build a thriving and engaging campus culture.
The LBSGA is committed to the highest form of ethical student representation. The LBSGA shall seek out, identify and act upon student concerns in a constructive and effective manner while collaborating with the appropriate LU-B offices, programs and departments. The LBSGA shall aid in facilitating the academic, social, spiritual, and physical well-being of the entire LU-B student body as set forth in the Lindenwood University-Belleville mission statement.
Requirements for LBSGA Officer Positions
The positions of President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary, Events Coordinator, Public Relations Officer and Senators are elected positions. The position of Speaker of the Senate is chosen by the LBSGA Advisor, LBSGA President and Director of Student Life and Leadership. Additionally, two (2) Senate positions will be reserved for incoming freshmen and be appointed by the Director of Student Life and Leadership, LBSGA Advisor, and LBSGA President.
In order to serve as an LBSGA Officer, students must be at sophomore, junior, or senior status and must have a minimum GPA of 2.5. Student must be of upstanding character and not currently under any form of warning, suspension or other university sanction. Student must be actively enrolled as a full time student.
Officers will also be required to attend bi-weekly Executive Board meetings, bi-weekly LBSGA General Assembly meetings and all LBSGA sponsored events.
Please fill out the information form and answer the questions to the best of your ability. Once completed, this form will be submitted to the LBSGA Advisor.