Student Government Association

The Student Government Association (SGA) represents the interests of the study body and encourages growth of self-government. It also promotes responsibility, loyalty and cooperation among students with Hilbert faculty and administrative officers.

The SGA functions through the Student Senate, which is an elected body composed of five Executive Board members, two representatives from each class, and representatives-at-large. The Student Senate meets regularly about issues of concern to students and is responsible for the allocation of funds for student organizations and activities.

Student Government Association
SGA leadership for the 2013-14 year will be provided by:

Executive Board:
President                                       David Grapes
Vice President                              Mark Adelmann
Treasurer                                       Colin Howard
V.P. for Programming                  Jessica Anderhalt
Secretary                                       Jennifer Gattie

Senior Representative                Robbi Bailey
Senior Representative
                Daniel Duzy
Junior Representative                Bill Brightman
Junior Representative               
Sophomore Representative
      Alexia Guzman
Sophomore Representative      Wyann Jackson
Freshman Representative         Nick Zylinski
Freshman Representative         Ashley Kaigler
Representative-at-Large            John Hedges
Representative-at-Large            Matthew Sowa     
Residential Representative       Sean Sticek 
Commuter Representative        Krysten Goins-Singletary
Transfer Representative           Dean Neaverth



For more information email:

Check out our Facebook page at: Hilbert College Student Government Association

Club Forms:

Activity Report Form

Application for Club Charter Re-Charter

Campus Improvement Proposal Form

End of Year Report Form

Financial Report Form

Funding Request Form

Fundraiser Completion Form

Fundraiser Request Form

Fundraiser Request Form (Office of Institutional Advancement)