Student Government Association
The Student Government Association's purpose is to represent the students in the decision-making process directly affecting students and BSC; to serve as a channel for the expression of student opinion; to encourage the personal and academic development of students through their participation in student activities; to promote a feeling of unity among the entire academic community of the college; to enhance the relationship between the academic community and its service area; to maintain an active relationship with the BSC Alumni Association; and to promote student responsibility and leadership.
The SGA is composed of 30 student representatives elected by the student body at large. Its constitution was ratified by the majority of the student body voting.
The members of the Student Government Association serve as representatives to numerous college-wide committees. Students are able to participate in the decision-making process of the College and contribute to the formulation of campus policies and procedures. Students have voting rights in many of these groups and serve as advocates for general student needs.
Student Government members dedicate considerable time to their responsibilities by attending bimonthly meetings, serving on committees, working on projects, and answering and assisting in student concerns. All those who are involved gain personal satisfaction and leadership skills which will serve them in other areas of their lives.
When vacancies occur in the Student Government throughout the year, they are filled from a group of students who have submitted an application of interest. For more information or to pick up (and return) an application please stop by the Student Life Office Room 106B (inside the game room) in the Student Union.
|Student Government Association
|Kimberly Harding||Vice President|
|Michael Baker||Sgt. of Arms|
|Dakota Dotson||Sec. Social Act.|
|Larry Lowman||Sec. of Housing|
|Kharles Mwalo||Sec. Multiculture|
|Tiffany Walker||Alumni Liaison|
|Jerome Powell II|
Board of Governors Representative
College Council Representative