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Conference on Student Government Association

Public Profile

About This Organization

Abbreviation(s):
COSGA
Purpose:
COSGA is a committee within Student Government whose purpose is to plan and put on a student government conference each spring in Houston, TX. The conference brings in hundreds of student leaders from colleges across the globe so that they may learn and exchange ideas that relate to student government issues and leadership. The COSGA committee that facilitates this conference is composed of students at A&M who work together throughout the year to plan the conference. It is a truly rewarding experience, and allows those involved to have the opportunity to meet people from all over the country.
Year Founded:
1981
Membership Dues:
$135 per year
Admits Members:
September/ October
Meeting Locations:
Koldus Room 111

Public Contact Information

Public Contact Name:
Dimitri Koufakis
Public Contact E-mail Address:
director@cosga.net
Public Contact Phone Number:
7135503464

Group Contact Information

Organization Web Site:
http://cosga.net
Organization E-mail Address:
director@cosga.net

Organization Associations

Academic Department:
General (No College)
Non-Academic Department:
Student Government Association

Membership

Approximate membership of the organization:
31-50
Membership policies:
  • Our organization accepts undergraduate students as members
  • Our organization accepts graduate students as members
Weekly time committment required of organization members:
3-5 Hours
Membership intake process:
Application/Interview

Events

Community Service Projects:
Once per semester
Fundraising Events:
Twice per semester
Speakers/Lectures:
Three or more times per semester
On-Campus Social Events:
Never
Off-Campus Social Events:
Three or more times per semester
Hosting Conferences:
Once per year
Sponsoring Special Events (Concerts, one-time events, etc.):
Once per semester
New Member Orientation/Training:
Twice per semester
Events with Alcohol:
Once per year
In-State Travel:
Once per year
Domestic US Travel:
Never
International Travel:
Never