A simple 3.0 or above cumulative GPA, a prior session GPA of at least 3.0, and 12 completed units are the only eligibility requirements for AGS. Active membership is maintained through a combination of community service, club and fundraising activities. AGS members are directly benefited by fundraising activities used to generate scholarships awarded to eligible chapter members in the form of cash grants. Membership fees are a modest $20.00 per semester and are used for chapter administration costs and state AGS dues. The Application form is online under the AGS Registration tab on the right.


During the semester, weekly member meetings are held Wednesday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. in Fox 107. Interested non-member students are welcome and are encouraged to attend.


In order to have your membership in AGS noted on your transcript, you must earn a certain number of activity points. Besides attending the meetings, there are three general types of activities for which you can earn points:

-Fundraising activities give us the money that we need to run the chapter, attend state-level   meetings,and give scholarship money to our local members.

-Service activities are an important part of AGS. We try to help out both our campus and the   surrounding communities. Service points are earned by participating in group projects, but   members can also perform service activities individually.

-Social activities give members a chance to meet and form social bonds. Because the group   composition changes from semester to semester, the social activities vary more than either of the   other two types. In addition to our chapter activities, we sometimes try to schedule joint activities   with other nearby chapters.