Earlier this month the Senate of the Student Government Association (SGA) of Missouri State University passed a resolution supporting the formation of an SGA Library Advisory Board, which will be comprised of six students, as well as the Dean and Associate Dean of Library Services. SGA, the official voice of the student body, recognizes that the library is a heavily used resource used by students to learn, to study, and to collaborate with their peers. SGA realizes that students should have a voice in improvements and advances being considered for the MSU Libraries. The SGA Library Advisory Board will serve as a platform for sharing and discussing ideas. The first meeting of this board was held this week, and future meetings are planned to occur at least one each semester.