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Mental health is just as important as physical health. In that spirit, and with the knowledge that many of us struggle in college, we decided to create a platform for you to speak with student volunteers who are here to help, listen to, and support you. Read more about us.

We are available Sunday through Wednesday, from 9:00p to 1:00a. We are not available during the week of Thanksgiving break, November 19 through November 22.

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Call us at (202) 242-8255
Text us at (202) 517-2926
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Sydney Nelson

SA Executive Vice President

Bringing your voice to the table by ensuring that Senators serve and fight for you.

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Sydney Nelson is the Student Association Executive Vice President. She is a junior from Duluth, MN in the Elliott School of International Affairs, pursuing a double-major in International Affairs and Organizational Sciences with a minor in Economics. She is also a member of the Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign Service Sorority and serves on the executive board of the GW Women’s Leadership Network.

Sydney oversees the Senate, a forum of elected undergraduate and graduate student representatives from each school who make up the legislative body of the SA. She also serves on the Executive Cabinet.

Recent accomplishments from the Senate include the implementation of a Fall Break and the First-Year-Forgiveness Policy, as well as decreasing the cost of double-sided printing, establishing a Dean’s Student Advisory Council, advocating for sexual assault survivors, and promoting divestment from fossil fuel.

To contact EVP Nelson, email her at nelsonevpgw@gmail.com. Sydney hosts office hours from 6:30 to 8:30p most Mondays in Marvin 427, register for a 15 minute chat. If you have questions or concerns, please reach out.