Clubs & Organizations
Get Involved in Campus Life
Opportunities await for you to make the most out of your college experience by gaining leadership skills, forming lifelong friendships, and making a real impact on our campus and the surrounding community.
Choose to run for office in student government and become involved in making decisions that affect student life at Garrett College. Represent the college during different activities and events throughout the year by becoming a student ambassador. Join the wildlife club and discover our area’s natural wonders and environment. The possibilities are endless for you to make a difference!
Interested in joining a club or organization, or want to start your own? Contact Brandon Jackson, Student Activities Manager at Garrett College, for more information.
The Garrett College Student Government Association acts as a source of communication between the student body and the administration. SGA executive board members serve as advocates for all Garrett College students, working to ensure that the student voice is heard in all areas of college life including student life and academic affairs.
Student Government also provides resources for student clubs and organizations on campus. This includes assisting with the formation of new groups and allocating funds.
Executive Council Meetings - TBD
Open Meetings are held once a month in LC-620A
All students are encouraged to attend SGA Open Meetings
The SGA Office is located in room LC-620B and is open M-F, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Current SGA Officers
President: Liutauras Repsys
Vice President: TBD - Elections held in September
Secretary: Nia Turley
Activities Chair: TBD - Elections held in September
Sophomore Rep: Ebony Boyd
Freshmen Rep: TBD - Elections held in September
Engage in our Community
Many opportunities are available for students who participate in service learning, civic engagement, or community service projects in the Garrett County and the surrounding area. Students who complete a combination of these hours are honored and recognized at commencement, as part of the Service-Learning and Community Engagement Program.
Through their service experiences, students develop new perspectives, build their skill set, and learn to give back to the community that supports them.