Social Interaction, Community Service and Educational Opportunities
The Student Government (SGA) is a governing body of elected and non-elected students who represent the interests of the student body and work to improve the College community. Student Government consists of an executive board, student organization representatives, and general representatives.
Students interested in joining Student Government can attend a weekly SGA meeting, contact a Student Government Representative in the SGA Office (F207), or stop by Student Programs (F211).
Student Government also chairs a Campus Activity Board (CAB), an organization for students who would like to plan campus events.
Requirements to Serve
Students interested in serving on Student Government must submit a Student Government petition. To be eligible for membership, a student must be enrolled for a full semester at the college, maintaim a cumulative 2.0 GPA and remain in good academic standing. Membership is limited to 60 members.
2014 - 2015 Student Government Executive Board
|Alan Schwartz, Jr|
|The President of Student Government officiates all meetingts, prepares agendas, has the right of ex-officio to serve on any SGA committee, and maintains relationships with the College President and the Student Programs Coordinator.|
|The VP oversees Student Government meetings & business in the President's absence. The VP is also responsible for maintaining the updated membership roster, recording contact information, and establishing quorum present at scheduled meetings, in addition to assisting the CAB Chair with promotion as needed.|
|The Secretary is reponsible for the taking and reading of minutes, notifying members of meetings, contacting various persons in relation to the organization, administrating the day-to-day activities of the organization and creating the order of business.|
|The Treasurer keeps an accurate record of funds for the current fiscal year, and any unallocated surpluses, and presents the updated Treasurer's report at every scheduled meeting. The Treasurer is also responsible for ensuring that Budget Requests are properly presented and all information required is present.|
|The Governance Representative is the student member of the Three Rivers' Governance Council. The purpose of Governance is to address major institutional planning and policy issues and to provide a forum for discussion of other important college issues. Governance meets twice monthly and includes representatives of all major college constituencies.|
|The Campus Activity Board is responsible for planning events on campus for students and the greater TRCC community. The CAB Chair coordinates all the CAB volunteers and oversees the events. Additionally, it is the responsibility of the CAB Chair to communicate with Student Government regarding event planning and spending.|
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