SGA General Assembly Meeting


September 24, 2012

Call to Order:

Jamir Jumoke Called the meeting to order at 4:00pm.


Chris Libert (Co-advisor), Jamir Jumoke( President), Gary Jones(Vice-President), Courtney Hull(Secretary), Rebecca(Treasurer), Shane Oakley( Faculty Association), Sean Simmons(3MI/Student Senate), Yoel Del Rio(Student Senate), Carolina Del Rio(Student), Cailynn Bastion(Student Ambassador), Tracie Barnhill(Student Senate), Waleed Charles Jarrad( S.O.A.R. /Biology Club), Trevor Todd(Ambassador/Student Senate), Steve Hammes(Math Club), Megan Carpenter(Student Senate), Morgan Swanzy(Student), Caitlin Jones(CFANS), Charlie Zyzyk(Sociological Society), and Fernando Hernandez( Student Senate).

Swearing in of Senators:

The Senators in attendance were sworn in with the following oath: “I (name) do solemnly affirm that I will execute to the beast of my ability the Office of (Position name) and I shall keep the ideals of the Student Government Association in heart and do my best to better serve my fellow students and further the standards of my college.”

Clothing Drive:

The clothing drive will kick off October 11, 2012 and run through December 3, 2012. David Cueholt came and spoke at the meeting regarding Early Bread Ministries and all they do to help those in need in the community. He was grateful for the help that Jamir and the other provided on Sunday, September 23, 2012 at the breakfast service. A video was shot at the event and after being edited it will serve as a campus-wide PSA for the clothing drive that will benefit Early Bread Ministries. Types of clothing needed are primarily men’s winter clothing, shoes, socks, gloves, hats, etc. Drop off locations TBA.

Faculty Association:

Shane Oakley appeared on their behalf. We discussed the benefits of have different faculty members attend the meetings each month . Also, we discussed the drop/add policy and its pros and cons. The research gathered by the SGA will be used to support the Faculty Associations efforts in bringing back such a policy.

Political Forum:

Hosted by Dr. Robert Sutton on Friday, October 12, 2012 from 10am-12noon in S 002.

PUSH Symposium:

This event is being co-sponsored by SGA and 3MI. Date and time TBA. The purpose of the event is to provide students with a greater understanding of good study habits. There will be music, games, and fun for all. Speakers include: Dr. Graham from NC A&T, Juan Cuevara from the Math Club, David Wilson from the Student Ambassadors, and music will be provided by Coast 97.3.

Fall Fest:

Quite a success. Much research was gathered about the drop/add issue, we gained quite a few senate applications, and there was a good response to voter registration. All in all it was great time had by all.

Campus Safety:

Gary met with Dan Wilcox, our new Assistant Director of Campus Safety. He has a wealth of knowledge in the field of law enforcement. CFCC hopes to have its own Campus Police in the near future.

Stakeholder’s Parking Forum:

Courtney attended the meeting on behalf of the student body to share their concerns about the CFCC’s parking situation. The College has employed Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. out of Raleigh, NC to conduct a study regarding the future of parking for CFCC students, faculty and staff. With the study they plan to assess the current system , project future parking demands, align the parking resources with the demands, and provide improved user satisfaction.

Car Show:

Green Building Club is hosting an all energy efficient car show on October 26, 2012 in front of the NB building on CFCC’s North Campus. All are welcome to attend. The event runs from 12p-2:30pm. There will be a corn hole tourney with the winner taking home a set of custom made boards!

In Case of Emergency:

Emergency procedures are posted in all classrooms and common areas of the school. Also, faculty and staff have been trained as well. Don’t be afraid to call 911.

Fall Conference:

N4CSGA Conference is being held in Wilmington October 25-27, 2012. One of our students, Malik Abdul-Rashid is a finalist for the Robert W. Scott Leadership Award. The winner is to be announced at the Saturday banquet! Rebecca is working with Emily to make sure all fees have been paid for the attendees.

Green Building Club:

First meeting of the fall term is Thursday, September 27, 2012 at 6:30pm in F 110. All are welcome!

Sociological Society:

“Telling Amy’s Story,” a film about domestic violence. Showing Thursday, October 18, 2012 from 12:30-2:30 in Rm. L-107. A panel discussion will follow the screening. All are welcome to attend. Seating is limited!

Leadership Luncheon:

Thursday, October 11, 2012, 11am-1pm at the BB&T Auditorium on the North Campus. Courtney will be sending out invitations to advisors so they may select two student representatives to attend. Jamir is working with Robby McGee to secure the speaker and Rebecca is working with The Pineapple Guild, the Culinary Arts, and HRM to secure the lunch and setup for the event.

North Campus ATM:

The project is most likely a done deal. However, nothing can be done with this piece until our new President of the College arrives. We will revisit this at a later date.

Next Meeting:

Monday, October 15, 2012 at 4pm in L 107. The Green Building Club will be sharing a short presentation on the importance of going green and what we can do in our everyday lives to make a difference.


Gary Jones adjourned the meeting at 5:15pm.


Contact Information

Chris Libert
Student Activities Coordinator

Kenneth Hufham
SGA Advisor