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Student Government Association (SGA) Officers 2014-2015
|Jesse Stewart, Presidentemail@example.com|
|Amanda Ferguson, Vice Presidentfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Taylor DeMoree, Student Trusteeemail@example.com|
|Dakoda Starr, Secretaryfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Steve Fragale, Co-Advisoremail@example.com|
|Deryle A. McCann, Co-Advisorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jan Libbon, Bookkeeperemail@example.com|
The Student Government Association (SGA) is the “voice of the students.” Through SGA projects, real change and improvement can occur on campus. This doesn’t happen without your involvement! The Senate fulfills the legislative functions of SGA, and includes the President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, eight Senior Senators, eight Freshman Senators and the Student Trustee. Each week the Senate meets to review and vote on major resolutions concerning the students’ general welfare. Senate meetings are open to everyone. Check in the SGA office for the date and time of the next meeting. For answers to some SGA frequently asked questions, please click here.
SGA committees include: Awards Committee, Budget and Finance Committee, Election Board, Athletic Board, Student Organization Board, Constitution and Judicial Committee and Abilities Awareness Committee. SGA is responsible for disbursing the Student Activity Fee money. These funds are used for club programs, Student Activities Board events, athletics and campus improvement projects and programs initiated by SGA, such as your YMCA membership.
Attention SCCC Students!
The Student Government Association is often seeking qualified candidates for the senate seats. Consider applying for a position as:
- Vice President
- Senator (16 senate seats in all)
CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
Your Student Activity Fee provides many varied clubs and organizations for you to join. The following clubs and organizations are available currently for our students. If you are interested in joining and/or getting more information on a club, please contact the advisor listed. If you have an interest and there isn’t a club for that interest, you can create a club. See your Student Government Associate representative for details.
Click here to view the Club/Organization Procedural Manual 2014-2015.
STUDENT ACTIVITIES BOARD
(SAB) is the major activities planning organization on campus. The events that SAB plans are many and varied, and they include cultural, social, educational and recreational activities. Some examples include:
People are always needed to help plan and execute various events. SAB is an exciting way to spend some of your time.
|• Concerts and comedy showcases||• Speakers and lectures|
|• Musical events||• Spring Week|
|• Novelty acts||• Spring Dance|
Click here to view the Student Activities Board (SAB) Constitution.
STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES ON COLLEGE COMMITTEES:
Another avenue for involvement is to become involved in all-college committees comprised of students, faculty and staff. These important committees establish college policy and plan various campus events and projects. Contact the Acting Vice President of Student Affairs Mr. Steve Fragale if you are interested.
Read All About It!
Interested in possibly applying to SCCC? See our Viewbook. Want to know more about academics and being a student? Try our Catalog. These publications and more are on our Publications Page.