No. If you wish to include data on your institution in the SG Database, you must provide the data "on the record."
ASGA must be able to track from where the information stored came for future reference.
Our team gathers information on your school from several sources: 1. Your institution's web site 2. Web search engines such as www.collegeboard.org 3. Your SG web site, if you have one 4. Our team's prior knowledge of your institution, where applicable.
Our first priority, however, is to get information DIRECTLY from knowledgeable students and/or administrators, which is why we require you to identify yourself when you submit our surveys.
ASGA's MISSION STATEMENT:
The American Student Government Association will provide all Student Government leaders and advisors nationwide with networking, research, and information resources and will teach them how to become more effective, ethical, and influential leaders on their campuses. ASGA also will promote the advancement of SGs, conduct research as the nation’s only “SG Think Tank,” and advocate the importance of having a vibrant, autonomous Student Government organization at every institution in America.