SGA serves as a liaison between the administration, faculty, staff and student body. Its goal is to provide student participation in school government, afford training in citizenship and ensures a sincere respect for the vision and mission of Trenholm State Community College.
The SGA is governed by the SGA Constitution.
Student Elected and Appointed Positions at Trenholm State Community College provide opportunities for student democratic governance, to play a vital role in the shaping of establishing a sound voice for reason while students matriculate to graduation. The positions are attained by an election held by the Student Affairs Division and/or appointed. All elected positions are done in the fall and/or spring semester.
Persons elected and appointed to SGA positions are required to attend mandatory trainings, meetings, and workshops that are scheduled by the administration of the Student Affairs Division. Elected and appointed persons cannot be found to be indignant on any computer generated networks, such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat, or any other social media. They must also be absent of judiciary infractions, etc.
Student Government Association Election Application
The Student Services Division facilitates the Student Government Association (SGA) elections for Trenholm State Community College. Students interested in running for the office should review the eligibility requirements outlined in the Trenholm State Community College SGA Constitution.
Any person(s) that seek to run for an SGA elected position must complete an Online Application for Candidacy. Applicants who meet all requirements as outlined in the SGA Constitution shall receive an official notification from the Office of the Dean of Students of his/her eligible candidacy.
There shall be three (3) elected members of SGA and (3) appointed members as follows:
All applicants must meet the following academic requirements to be eligible for candidacy:
A completed application packet should include the following items:
Your campaign speech should include biographical background, educational goals, extracurricular activities, and academic accomplishments. The speech should also address the candidate’s platform of service, plans, and goals if elected to office. If you have questions regarding this, email firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will assist you.