Student Government Association

Student Government Association (SGA)

The Student Government Association at Methodist College is an active, vibrant group of students who are voted by their peers to represent student concerns to the Methodist College administration. 

The Methodist College Student Government Association is a part of the American Student Government Association (ASGA), a professional association that serves and supports collegiate student governments nationwide (

Methodist College Student Government Association Officers

Officers for 2022-2023 Academic Year

President:  Madison Byers

Secretary of Finance:  Sarah Meagher

Secretary of Communications:  Tori Whitehouse

Secretary of Diversity Affairs:   Samantha Boscomb

Advisors: Joel Shoemaker and Leah Schneblin



Last May, Methodist College's Student Government Association (SGA) held a weeklong event called "Stuff the Trewyn Trolley." Students collected donations of winter items, including coats, hats, gloves, mittens and scarves. School supplies and personal hygiene items were also gathered. These donations were collected to provide assistance to students of Trewyn Middle School. On Halloween, the donations were distributed along with treats by the Student Government Association members. Teachers at Trewyn identified students that were not properly dressed for the cold weather during the school year and were able to provide them with cold weather gear and school supplies to students in great need.


A student-led donation drive was formed to provide Morton Terrace nursing home residents with blankets for the holidays. A group of students, in partnership with SGA and the Phi Phi chapter of Sigma Theta Tau, set out to collect and distribute over 100 blankets, one for each resident, from their peers, faculty and staff at Methodist College. ┬ČThe service project was a wonderful success as students, faculty and staff delivered the blankets to the residents recently. The joyous occasion truly warmed the souls of the residents and also those of Methodist College. The residents sang carols along with the group and gave out hugs as they shared how touched they were by the gesture at the holiday season.