SGA President's Message
As the 2014-2015 Miami Dade College, North Campus Student Government
Association Executive Board, we would like to extend a warm welcome and introduce to you the SGA board:
President: Stelzon Anaya
Vice-President: Deandra Cooper
Executive Director: Jessica Valdes
Secretary: Marquesha Dorilus
Treasurer: Kareena Diaz
Public Relations Director: Natalie Cabo
Governmental Relations Director: Leslie Gonzalez
Student Government Association is an organization that voices the issues and concerns of the student body. This year, the Student Government Association looks forward to strengthening relationships between the clubs and organizations of Miami Dade College, North Campus. Our aim is to create a strong foundation of unity as a means to collaborate in different ways. We want to engage the students at the North Campus and raise involvement in co-curricular opportunities. Forming such a large union of collaborative efforts and greater student involvement opens an even greater gateway of opportunities and benefits for our students.
The Executive Board and I plan to continue to provide awareness on important legislative issues having an impact on not only Miami Dade College but the entire Florida College System. It is our duty to fight for the students' rights and voice their opinions on the legislative issues that will affect their education.
Student Government Association promotes leadership development and skills as a means to help create the leaders of our generation for a better tomorrow. In doing so, we will ensure that our students are expose to and benefit from the Ten Learning Outcomes and The Quality Enhancement Plan's Writing Across the Curriculum.
We will represent the student body with nobility, being open to communicate about student concerns and working persistently to find suggestions for a fair solution. Student Government Association will provide an ambiance in which students are allowed to evolve into the best versions of themselves as we help create the prominent leaders of tomorrow.
We are excited to serve the student body.
What is Student Government Association?
Student Government Association (SGA) is an organization that represents all students rather than one special interest group on campus.
SGA works as a liaison between the student population and the administration. We serve, represent and advocate for the students. All concerns, suggestions, comments, and solutions are addressed by SGA in a professional and powerful way, so that the faculty and administration are kept up to date as to what affects students. We also interact with the students and get involved in numerous activities. SGA is a gateway to so many wonderful things. You can gain valuable skills in civic responsibility, financial management, embracing diversity, serving the community, interpersonal and cross-cultural communication.
Join SGA and be part of the Excitement!
|To promote leadership development and skills, which will enable the members to address appropriate concerns of the student body, the Florida College system, and serve as a vehicle through which to communicate these concerns to the appropriate persons including the Florida Legislative body.
Membership is available to every student registered at Miami Dade College, North Campus as well as the Carrie P. Meek Entrepreneurial Education Center. Becoming part of an organization making decisions that affect the entire student body is an indication of leadership, abilities and the kind of asset you can be to your career/school.
You may be wondering, why should I join? Whats in it for me?
To answer those questions, there are many benefits in joining SGA, which include:
It has a remarkable effect on your resume and applications to upper division universities
Making the best of your experience at MDC North
Meeting new people, networking
Enjoying campus events
SGA Meetings occur every Monday in Room 4207 at 2 pm. See you there!
To join fill out the Membership Application Form and bring it to the SGA Office along with your degree audit.
Membership Application Form (.PDF, 2MB)