American Student Government Association
|W.H. "Butch" Oxendine, Jr.|
ASGA's research and experts  have been referenced in hundreds of newspapers nationwide. " ASGA's "SG Database" gathers information on trends in higher education, including the number of women and ethnic minorities, as well as trends in election turnout, and compensation paid to elected student government officers and members 
ASGA has over 1,400 member student governments at the nearly 5,000 institutions across the United States.
Since 2005, ASGA has produced 120 conferences for student government leaders and advisors. 3,000 students and administrators attend 10 ASGA conferences each year. 700 student leaders attend the National Student Government Summit annually.
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.
The American Student Government Association has received criticism from student members and chapters for violations of student confidentiality and privacy. At Washington State University, public records show that ASGA President Butch Oxedine violated a student member's confidentiality and anonymity in 2015 by forwarding their email when explicitly requested not to. His response sent to the Senate adviser about this student member was "I just got this from this individual. I won’t be responding to him."
- American Student Government Association. ASGA is the professional association for collegiate Student Government across the United States.
- Student Leader magazine. Founded in 1992, Student Leader was ASGA's official member magazine, but also had subscribers at more than 1,000 colleges and universities nationwide.
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