House of Representatives

SOAR (Students Organizations Achieving Recognition)




What is SOAR?

SOAR stands for Students Organizations Achieving Recognition, and for those of you who are unfamiliar with this program, it is a 5-tiered challenge program that is designed to help student organizations achieve their goals while also earning different rewards. The program was implemented in the Spring of 2016 by several members of the Student Government Association and has shown consistent success since it's unveiling. Throughout the academic year, SOAR, which is led primarily by the House of Representatives in SGA, presents several workshops focused on helping student organizations on campus to achieve their goals.

Why is SOAR Endorsement so Important?

Another great benefit of the SOAR program is that SOAR can endorse events led by student organizations. SOAR endorsement is a great way to promote events, as events that meet our criteria can be broadcasted on our social media as well as communicated to all Wright State students. Endorsements can boost attendance at specific events as well as promote the organization itself.

How can my organization apply for SOAR endorsement?

If your organization is interested in applying for SOAR endorsement for an upcoming event, please review the criteria listed below and fill out the request form with information about your event. Any questions can be directed to either Nathan Price (, the Speaker of the House, or Kat Adams (, the Assistant Speaker of the House.

SOAR Endorsement Criteria:

- Must be enrolled in the Student Government Association SOAR Program.

- Must be at least a Tier 3 organization in the SOAR Program.

- Must give a verbal shoutout to the SOAR Program during your event.

- All members of the organization but follow SGA on all social media platforms.

SOAR Tracker

Below is the link for the 2017-2018 SOAR Tracker


SOAR Workshops:

One officer must attend 3 different SOAR Workshops per semester to gain credit within the "SOAR" program.

Workshop #1 

Legislative Powers - October 4

Workshop #2 

Student Engagement and Retention - October 25

Workshop #3 

Officer Transition - November 1

Workshop #4 


Multiculturalism in Your Org - November 15



Six Categories of Organizations

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