The Student Association uses the Student Activities Fee that all undergraduate students pay to fund campus organizations, intramural athletics, concerts, lectures, movies, plays, the campus newspaper, radio station, "Red Dragon Safe Escorts," a portion of College Camp, scholarships, and free legal advice. The Student Association also funds the OPT bus service from campus into the city and to Southside Oneonta. The Student Association is managed by an elected student government, and all fee-paying students are qualified to seek a position in any one of the three governmental areas (Senate, Judicial, and Executive Board), as outlined in the Student Association Constitution. The Student Association is also the primary liaison between the administration/faculty and the student body. If students ever have a concern, they are highly encouraged to let the Student Association know by coming to a meeting (6:30 Tuesdays in the Waterfront) or e-mailing SA@oneonta.edu
Organizations of the Student Association include academic clubs, cultural enrichment organizations, musical and performance organizations, special interest and recreational groups, and men’s and women’s intramural sports. A complete list of clubs and organizations is available on the college website. Please visit the SA website at http://mySA.oneonta.edu The SA is "for students and by students"—and student participation is encouraged and vital!
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