Fear the Unknown: Will Montclair State Students Vote in the SGA Elections if They Don't Know What They Are?
Next week, Montclair State students will have the opportunity to vote for who will hold positions in the student government office for the 2017-2018 school year.
The Student Government Association (SGA) is a council that oversees many campus organizations. They aim to enrich students’ experiences on campus by giving them opportunities to get involved and connect with others.
Although an election like this determines important things, like where money is spent, many students are unaware about the process and candidates.
Danielle Dibenedetto, a senior biology major, said she doesn’t know anything about the election and probably won’t vote. “I’m not involved. I come to class and go home,” she said.
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