The Northeastern Student Government Association (NSGA) is a forum for student leaders and organizations from across campus to come together and discuss issues impacting our campus. Senators create and discuss legislation concerning academics and student life. NSGA is also responsible for the appropriation of funds to recognized student organizations for special events and conferences. Each organization is asked to send a delegate to the Student Senate to provide representation and to help disseminate information across the campus and community.

2014 Constitutional Referendum, April 21 & 22

Students at Northeastern State University have an exciting opportunity to approve the new proposed 2014 Constitutional Referendum. This new constitution was drafted by the Constitutional Working Group and unanimously approved by the Student Senate. With the approval of the Student Body, it will begin a phased implementation over this summer, taking full effect by Spring 2015. 

2014 NSGA Referendum Constitution 

NSGA Cabinet Application 
If you are interested in applying for NSGA's 2014-2015 President's Cabinet, please email melonet@nsuok.edu for an application.

Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 Senate Meetings 

Wednesdays at 5 p.m. in the Webb Auditorium. Everyone is welcome to attend Senate Meetings!

NSGA Sponsored Events

  • Traditions Day
  • Homecoming King and Queen Elections
  • Homecoming Chili Cook-Off
  • Halloween Carnival
  • Mr. NSU
  • Small Event/National Day of Service and Remembrance
  • Read Across America Day

2013–2014 NSGA Executive Officers

President: Thomas Teague Vice President: Matthew Ozturk Secretary of State: Taylor Melone Treasurer: Kenna Tackett

2013–2014 NSGA President’s Cabinet

Secretary of Campus Affairs: Casey McCullough Secretary of Volunteer Services: Tristin Dean and Alix Wells Secretary of Student Services: Austyn Fulps Secretary of Public Relations: Sarah Tilley Secretary of Enviroment and Sustainability: Joseph Wells Secretary of Diversity and Advocacy: Molly Turner Secretary of Homecoming Relations: Liz Jones strong>Historian: Braden Gibbs Green Cycle Chair: Natalie Pettus