What is Student Government Association? 

Student Government Association (SGA) is a group of students charged with managing events, activities, programs, policies and initiatives around MCC. Members may be elected by the student body or appointed by the elected officials to help with specific tasks. SGA represents the best interests of MCC'S student body and helps shape the student experience on campus. Membership is open to all current students enrolled in at least one course for credit. “Interested students” include all credit enrolled students who desire to be SGA participants. Officers are elected by the student body.

What does Student Government Association do? 

The SGA’s purpose is to act as a liaison to the College community on behalf of the student body by promoting cooperation and communication between the students, administration, faculty, and all campus clubs and organizations. The SGA is also responsible for organizing student activities like dances, spirit weeks, community service and fundraising movements and assemblies.

Why is Student Government Association important? 

SGA is designed to work as a representative body through which students can voice their concerns and interests. They are students advocating for students. The Executive Cabinet, comprised of the President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer, is the representative body of the SGA and represents the members in all matters.  If you become aware of an issue on campus, have an idea for activities, campus improvements, or have any other questions or concerns, contact one of these students.

Student Government Association Constitution

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  • The Executive Cabinet is a recommending body that allows members of the SGA to have a voice in the affairs that affect their everyday college lives.

  • The Student Senate will assist the Executive Cabinet, serve on at least 1 SGA committee, investigate student problems, and debate issues of importance and express the opinions of students on those issues. 

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For more informationFor more information:
Jeanette Howell, Student Government Association Advisor
CTE Support Services Coordinator