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A special core group of Student Governments had supported the original concept of ASGA. They financially committed to joining many months before there was a web site and long before there was anything to show beyond ideas. The input, advice, and support of these Founding Members were key ingredients in helping ASGA determine its direction and hone its mission.

The ASGA team will forever be grateful to these visionary Student Governments.

This is a list as of 3/16/04. The Founding Members are listed by type, state, school, SG name, and enrollment. If they're the first ASGA member from their state or from a particular type of school, this information also is highlighted.

Public Colleges & Universities—Large (20K+)
  1. ALABAMA, Auburn University, Student Government Association, 22,000 students; First Alabama ASGA member; First state university in Alabama to join
  2. FLORIDA, Florida International University/University Park, Student Government Council, 34,000 students; First Florida ASGA member; First state university in Florida to join
  3. FLORIDA, University of Central Florida, Student Government, 42,000 students
  4. FLORIDA, University of South Florida/Tampa, Student Government, 38,900 students
  5. ILLINOIS, Northern Illinois University, Student Association, 24,948 students; first state university from Illinois to join ASGA
  6. NEVADA, University of Nevada Las Vegas, CSUN, 22,000 students; first state university from Nevada to join ASGA

Arkansas State University, ASGA Founding MemberPublic Colleges & Universities—Medium (5-20K)

  1. ARKANSAS, Arkansas State University Jonesboro, Student Government Association, 10,000 students; First Arkansas ASGA member, First state university in Arkansas to join
  2. COLORADO, Metropolitan State College of Denver, Student Government Assembly, 7,900 students; First ASGA member from Colorado; first state university in Colorado to join
  3. FLORIDA, Florida International University/Biscayne Bay Campus, Student Government Council, 7,000 students
  4. ILLINOIS, Western Illinois University, Student Government Association, 10,000 students
  5. MISSOURI, Southwest Missouri State University, SGA, 19,000 students; First ASGA member from Missouri; first state university from Missouri
  6. NEW JERSEY, Ramapo College, SGA, 5,000 students; First state university from New Jersey to join
  7. NEW YORK, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, CLAS SG, 14,000 students; First New York ASGA member; first state university from New York to join
  8. UTAH, Weber State University, WSUSA, 18,000 students; First state university from Utah to join
  9. VIRGINIA, Old Dominion University, Student Senate, 13,500 students; First state university from Virginia to join

Public Colleges & Universities—Small (0-5K)

  1. ARKANSAS, University of Arkansas Fort Smith, Student Advisory Council, 4,400 students
  2. CALIFORNIA, California State University Channel Islands, Associated Students Inc., 1,320 students; First state university from California to join
  3. CALIFORNIA, California State University Northridge Channel Islands (NCI), Associated Students, 400 students
  4. CONNECTICUT, Eastern Connecticut State University, Student Government Association, 5,337 students; First Connecticut ASGA member, First state university in Connecticut to join
  5. FLORIDA, Florida Gulf Coast University, Student Government Association, 3,500 students
  6. NEW JERSEY, Livingston College at Rutgers University, LCGA, 4,400 students
  7. OHIO, Shawnee State University, Student Government Association, 3,700 students
  8. SOUTH CAROLINA, University of South Carolina-Aiken, Student Government Association, 3,100 students; First South Carolina ASGA member, First state university in South Carolina in join
  9. WASHINGTON, Washington State University, Associated Students Washington State University Distance Degree Program (ASWSU-DDP), 2,400 students; First Washington ASGA member, First state university in Washington to join; first distance-education Student Government to join 

Private Colleges & Universities-Secular—Medium (5-20K)

  1. FLORIDA, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Student Government Association; 4,900 students
  2. ILLINOIS, Columbia College Chicago, Student Government Association, 10,000 students; first ASGA member from Illinois, first private college from Illinois to join
  3. NEW YORK, Hofstra University, Student Government Association, 12,000 students; first private college from New York to join
  4. RHODE ISLAND, Johnson & Wales University/Providence, Student Government Association, 13,500 students; first ASGA member from Rhode Island, first private college from Rhode Island to join

Teikyo Post University, ASGA Founding MemberPrivate Colleges & Universities-Secular—Small (0-5K)

  1. ALASKA, Sheldon Jackson College, ASB, 175 students; First institution from Alaska to join ASGA; first private college or univesity from Alaska to join ASGA
  2. CALIFORNIA, Whittier College, Associated Students, 1,300 students
  3. CONNECTICUT, Post University, SGA, 1,500 students; First private college or university in Connecticut to join
  4. FLORIDA, Eckerd College, ECOS, 1,500 students
  5. FLORIDA, Nova Southeastern University, SGA, 1,250 students; First private college or university in Florida to join
  6. ILLINOIS, Rockford College, SG, 860 students
  7. INDIANA, Butler University, SGA, 3,600 students
  8. LOUISIANA, Our Lady of the Lake College, SGA,1,600 students
  9. MASSACHUSETTS, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, SGA, 2,100 students; First institution from Massachusetts to join ASGA; first private college or university in Massachusetts to join
  10. NEW JERSEY, Rider University, SGA, 3,300 students
  11. NEW YORK, Molloy College, SGA, 2,500 students
  12. NEW YORK, New York Institute of Technology/Central Islip, SGA, 1,600 students
  13. OHIO, Case Western Reserve University, USG, 3,600 students; First private college or university in Ohio to join

La Salle University, ASGA Founding MemberPrivate Colleges & Universities-Religious—Medium (5-20K)

  1. OHIO, Catholic Marianist, University of Dayton, Student Government Association; 6,700 students
  2. NEW JERSEY, Catholic, Seton Hall University, Student Government Association, 10,000 students; First private college or university in New Jersey to join
  3. PENNSYLVANIA, Catholic, La Salle University, Student Government Association, 5,600 students; First Pennsylvania ASGA member; First private college or university in Pennsylvania to join
  4. PENNSYLVANIA, Catholic, Villanova University, Student Government Association, 6,200 students

Private Colleges & Universities-Religious—Small (0-5K)

  1. FLORIDA, Catholic, Barry University, Student Government Association, 3,000 students
  2. FLORIDA, Baptist, Florida Memorial College, Student Government Association, 2,200 students; first historically black college and university to join ASGA
  3. SGA President Cat Tobin of Florida Southern College, ASGA Founding MemberFLORIDA, Methodist, Florida Southern College, Student Government Association, 1,750 students
  4. FLORIDA, Christian, Palm Beach Atlantic University, Student Government Association, 1,723 students
  5. FLORIDA, Catholic, Saint Leo University, Student Government Association, 900 students
  6.  ILLINOIS, Evangel Covenant Church, North Park University, Student Association, 2,600 students
  7. INDIANA, Catholic, Saint Mary's College, SGA, 1,600 students, women-only; First Indiana ASGA member; First private college from Indiana to join; First women-only institution to join nationwide
  8. KANSAS, Presbyterian, Sterling College, SGA, 1,000 students; First Kansas ASGA member; first private college from Kansas to join
  9. KENTUCKY, Catholic, Bellarmine University, SGA, 1,400 students; First Kentucky ASGA member; first private college from Kentucky to join
  10. LOUISIANA, Methodist, Centenary College of Louisiana, SGA, 850 students; First Louisiana ASGA member; first private college from Louisiana to join
  11. OHIO, Methodist, Baldwin-Wallace College, Student Senate, 4,000 students
  12. Oklahoma City University, ASGA Founding MemberOKLAHOMA, Methodist, Oklahoma City University, Student Senate, 1,867 students; first Oklahoma ASGA member; first private college from Oklahoma to join
  13. PENNSYLVANIA, Methodist/Presbyterian, Lancaster Bible College, SGA, 1,000 students
  14. PENNSYLVANIA, Catholic, Mercyhurst College, MSG, 2,800 students
  15. PENNSYLVANIA, Lutheran, Muhlenberg College, SGA, 2,200 students
  16. TEXAS, Church of Christ, Abilene Christian University, SGA, 4,600 students; First private college or university in Texas to join
  17. TEXAS, Christian, LeTourneau University, SGA, 3,300 students
  18. VIRGINIA, Baptist, Averett University, SGA, 800 students
  19. VIRGINIA, Baptist, University of Richmond, 3,400 students; First Virginia ASGA member, First private college or university in Virginia to join

Miami Dade College North Campus, ASGA Founding MemberCommunity & Junior Colleges—Large (20K+)

  1. FLORIDA, Miami Dade College North Campus, SGA, 19,500 students
  2. NEW YORK, Monroe Community College Brighton Campus, SGA, 34,000 students
  3.  UTAH, Utah Valley State College, Student Government, 21,162 students; First UTAH ASGA member
  4. WASHINGTON, Bellevue Community College, Associated Students, 22,000 students; First Washington community college

Community & Junior Colleges—Medium (5-20K)

  1. CALIFORNIA, Bakersfield College/Bakersfield, ASBC, 15,000 students
  2. FLORIDA, Indian River Community College/Main, Campus Coalition Government, 14,000 students
  3. ILLINOIS, College of Lake County, Student Government Association, 8,000 students, First community college from Illinois to join
  4. MICHIGAN, Grand Rapids Community College, Student Congress, 8,900 students; First ASGA member from Michigan; First community college from Michigan to join
  5. NEW JERSEY, Atlantic Cape Community College, Student Government Association, 7,000 students; First ASGA member from New Jersey; First community college from New Jersey to join
  6. NEW MEXICO, Santa Fe Community College, Student Government Association, 5,096 students; First ASGA member from New Mexico; First community college from New Mexico to join
  7. TEXAS, North Lake College, Student Government Association, 8,800 students

Community & Junior Colleges—Small (0-5K)

  1. ARIZONA, Pima Community College - Downtown Campus, SG, 1,843 students FTE; First institution from Arizona to join ASGA; first community college from Arizona to join
  2. ARKANSAS, North Arkansas College, SG, 2,000 students; First community college from Arkansas to join
  3. CALIFORNIA, Contra Costa College, ASU, 3,687 students
  4. FLORIDA, Hillsborough Community College/Plant City, SGA, 3,500 students; First community college from Florida to join
  5. FLORIDA, Lake City Community College, SGA, 2,000 students
  6. INDIANA, Ivy Tech State College/Marion, Student Government, 900 students; First community college from Indiana to join
  7. INDIANA, Ivy Tech State College/North Central, Student Government Association, 3,500 students
  8. INDIANA, Vincennes University, Student Government, 4,800 students
  9. NEVADA, Great Basin College, SGA, 1,200 students; First institution from Nevada to join ASGA; first community college from Nevada to join
  10. NEW YORK, Columbia-Greene Community College, SGA, 1,700 students; First community college from New York to join
  11. NEW YORK, Suffolk County Community College Eastern Campus, SG, 2,000 students
  12. PENNSYLVANIA, Harrisburg Area Community College - Wildwood Campus, SGA, 3,500 students; First community college from Pennsylvania to join

Technical, Trade, or City Colleges

  1. PENNSYLVANIA, Pennsylvania College of Technology, Student Government Association, 6,500 students

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