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       Student Government Association (SGA)

       The Student Government Association (SGA), the representative voice of the student
body, is composed of elected officers, members, and representatives from the various clubs. 


The SGA sponsors various functions for the Penn State Worthington Scranton student body:

  • Assists campus student organizations
  • Generally promotes student welfare
  • Representative voice of the student body
  • Sponsors functions for WS student body
  • Assists other campus student organizations
  • Promotes student welfare
  • Works with Student Senate to hear the students voice

 

SGA Executive Board:

President: Joseph Loza                                        jhl5161@psu.edu

Vice President: Johnny Finley                              jif5233@psu.edu  

Chief of Staff:   Ashley Pozniak                            afp5182@psu.edu

Treasurer: Gary Palmasani                                 gyp5071@psu.edu

Public Relations Director: Nicholas Arnold       nma5212@psu.edu

Chief Justice:  Please contact President Loza if you are interested in applying for this positions.

Senate Leader: Asialena Bonitz                           amb7025@psu.edu

 

THON Executive Board:

Co-Chair: Jerry Palauskas                        jpp5230@psu.edu

Co-Chair: Shawna Corcoran                    svc5689@psu.edu

Public Relations: Yaraceet Castillo         yvc5346@psu.edu

Treasurer: Salvatore Martarano               scm5343@psu.edu

Canning Captain: Luis Perez                   lap5532@psu.edu

 

    Student Senate                                                        Senate Logo

The Student Senate of Penn State Worthington is comprised of eight senators that represent the student make up of the campus. The Senate meets weekly to listen to and discuss student concerns. These meetings are open to all students at Penn State Worthington Scranton. We welcome you to join us!

As a Student Senate member you will take part in multiple committees, student government activities and meetings, proposing and passing legislation and much more. It is a great way to get involved at Penn State Worthington Scranton, especially if you are interested in making friends and gaining leadership qualities that will provide you with the experience of a professional work setting.

 

Student Senate Membership

 




If you are interested in joining the Student Senate please contact Nate Tan in the Student Government Office (net5075@psu.edu) for more information and an application.