To the student body at the University of West Georgia,
I would like to begin this letter by thanking you all for giving me the opportunity to serve you as your SGA President for the 2012-2013 school year. It is a great honor and privilege to be serving you in this capacity.
Last year, I ran for President on the platform, “Be the Difference You Seek!” and after working very diligently for the past three years of my college career, I am a battle tested leader ready to lead the difference you seek for our institution. You can trust that your voice will always be heard to the administration and other student leaders on this campus as we continue our endless journey towards the ultimate goal of becoming “The Destination University.”
Additionally, I will do everything in my term as President to develop other student leaders by helping other student leaders to realize their potential of greatness. My goals include improve the “Retention, Progression, and Graduation” rate, assist the push for “Complete College Georgia” at UWG, establish more financial sponsorship opportunities for the 150+ student organizations that reside at the University, and allow all disenfranchised groups to use their voices to implement the changes they seek.
Furthermore, the long-term goals of the Student Government Association under my mentorship and leadership will be to institute shared values, establish collaborative relationships between SGA, the administration and Carrollton community, utilize collective actions of every member in the Wolf Pack Community through our endless journey towards greatness, and tapping into the immaculate potential of the 13,000+ students through the Student Government Association that focuses on the needs of the student body that SGA serves.
With that said, it should be noted that all of the items I mentioned are simply a vision, and a vision without work is dead dream. However, I will give my all with every day I am blessed to be your SGA President; I will fight for the student body’s voices to be heard and listened to as we all push towards academic excellence and personal development.
I promise that I will always listen to your concerns and suggestions, and put forth immediate action to implementing the changes you seek.
I promise that I will do my best to be an outstanding figure on campus that reaches out to all students no matter whom you are.
I promise to truly be a President that helps others to realize the light that shines on all of us, and not just the few.
Thank you once again, and I look forward to serving you all this school year. Be great and God bless everyone.
Javaris L. Hall
Student Body President