SG Salary Survey

Do You Get Paid to Serve?

Did you know that more than 77% of elected SG leaders get paid? They receive salaries, tuition waivers, scholarships, stipends, computers, cell phones, reserved parking, concert tickets, clothing allowances, class credit, and more.

ASGA's research on the "great pay debate" has uncovered some clear trends over the past two decades:

More than 77% (was 71% 10 years ago) of schools nationwide offer some sort of compensation.

Among state universities, 85.88% of elected officers earn salaries.

At private colleges, 54.11% (was 57.5% 10 years ago) pay their officers stipends

45.68% (was 65.71% 10 years ago) of community colleges offer tuition waivers or scholarships.

The larger the enrollment, the more likely the schools are to pay: of the smallest schools (1,000 students), just 30% compensate their officers, while 87% of the big schools (over 30,000 students) pay.

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SG Salary Survey

What is the SG Salary Survey?

The only ongoing national review of compensation paid to elected SG officers and members at colleges and universities.

Nearly 900 colleges and universities of all types and sizes (nearly 17% of the nation's institutions) have participated.

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