Student Government Association
SGA sponsors student activities such as the Annual Christmas Luncheon and Spring Fling and community projects such as the American Red Cross Blood Drive.
The Student Government Association (SGA) is the primary student organization responsible for providing activities and opportunities created to enhance formal educational experiences. Through a democratic representative system of government, SGA exists to protect the rights and privileges of all students. The SGA sponsors student activities and community projects throughout the year. Student clubs and organizations may elect or appoint up to two representatives to be a member of SGA. Nash Community College is a member of the North Carolina Comprehensive Community College Student Government Association (N4CSGA). Members of the Executive Branch are eligible to attend leadership conferences sponsored by N4CSGA and participate on the state level.Every curriculum student at Nash Community College is a member of SGA and may attend all meetings.
Nash Community College Spring 2017 Election Timeline
February 20: Announcements posted to seek interest in candidacy for SGA Officers
February 20: Packetswill be available to include petition form, application, recommendation forms, rules for campaigning and calendar of election events – these may be picked up from Kara Deans in the Hawk’s Nest, Room 4005 or downloaded from this page.
March 20: Application Packets due
April 7: Eligible candidate names posted – SGA Bulletin Board in the Midway Café
April 10 – April 28: Campaigning Begins – All campaign materials must be approved by the SGA Advisor (posters may only be posted in designated areas) Please see Kara Deans in the Hawk’s Nest, room 4005. If you have questions on where to hang posters.
May 1-2: Voting (Elections by hand ballots in the Midway Café area from 10am to 3 pm) – monitored by current parliamentarian, SGA Advisor and other staff designee
May 4: Election results posted throughout campus
Election Qualification/Guidelines for Candidacy
1. Candidates must possess a 2.5 cumulative grade point average.
2. Candidates must be enrolled in a minimum of six curriculum hours and enrolled in a curriculum program of study leading toward a degree or diploma.
2016 SGA Officers
President - Alex Martinez
Vice-President - Kristi Price
Secretary - Tiffany Boswell
Treasurer - David Reyes
Parliamentarian - Chelsey Blackston
Student Activities Coordinator - Natema Drummond
PIO - Jeannetta Whitehead
ECHS Liaison - Cierra Hopkins
- Kara Deans
Director of Student Life
- Phone: 252-451-8218
- Location: 4005