Student Government Association Information
Student Activity and Service Fee Meeting
Open to all students
No meetings are scheduled at this time.
Student Government Association Constitution
What does SGA do?
Seminole State's Student Government Association provides students with a representative form of government and an opportunity to get involved in campus life. Through SGA, students can:
- Make their voices heard during weekly meetings
- Deal with student issues and concerns, plan activities and allocate budgeted funds to campus clubs
- Learn about state legislative issues
- Enrich their college experience
- Make new friends and have fun
Acting in unison, SGA will promote, regulate and coordinate activities that may impact the entire College community and that will help create a learning environment that fosters student success inside and outside the classroom.
All college-credit and career-program students who are enrolled in classes at Seminole State are members of the Student Government Association. As such, all activities and meetings sponsored by SGA are open to any Seminole State student.
With a presence on all four campuses, participation in SGA is easy!
The elected officers of SGA are the president, vice president and secretary/treasurer. After being elected, each campus president appoints committee chairs to conduct the Association's business. SGA committees include, but are not limited to, marketing, community service, multicultural affairs and the activities board.
2018-19 Elected Officers
|Krishna Bulsara||Vice President|
|Sarah Smith||Academic Support Chair|
|Alexis Sackett||Community Service Chair|
|Belinda Louis||Marketing Chair|
|Dave Jeanneus||Diversity Chair|
|Natasha Torres||Activities Chair|
|Teona "Tina" King||Vice President|
|Maia Parker||Community Service Chair|
|Martin Mazzeo||Academic Support Chair|
|Hafsa Karaca||Vice President|
|Thaliana Perez||Marketing Chair|
|Mandisa Green||Diversity Chair|
|Glory Okeke||Student Services Chair|
Use the links below to find out more about the Student Government Association on each campus.