What is your Student Government Association doing?
The Compassion Initiative had their last event of the year! Students threw rainbow paintballs at a tarp, then students were able to educate themselves on different sexual orientations and gender identities! Once the students finished participating, they were able to get free Gringo Taco’s, thanks to SGA and The Compassion Initiative!
SOAR hosted SPIRIT Week from the 11th-15th of April. The week was immensely successful, with all four colleges and ROTC having their own day to be represented. Additionally, SOAR partnered up with the SGA, ROTC, Talonz Gaming Guild, Gold Wings E-Sports, and Brotherhood of Steel to put on various activities for all students. Overall, 1,000…
The Compassion Initiative debuted new shirts and carnations in celebration of Women’s Month! We also went around campus to ask students what women inspires them and had them write out names onto slips to hang up on our bulletin board. Our goal was to highlight the importance of women in our lives and how they…
What is SGA?
SGA serves to strengthen the partnership between students, faculty, staff, and administrators while fostering a culture of excellence and pride for the lasting success of Embry-Riddle and its students.
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Upcoming Events – coming Soon
Student Nutrition Initiative
A program in collaboration with the Salvation Army, so that students who may be struggling can keep food on the table without effecting their studies.
An initiative dedicated to diversity inclusion and belonging. Here in the Compassion Initiative your voice and concerns matter within the Embry-Riddle community. Advocating on behalf of the students is our number one priority.
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