The Student Government Association (SGA) is the official organization authorized by the administration to represent all students at Cape Fear Community College. The SGA is a democratic organization and as such, elects officers each year. The State Board of Community Colleges, the CFCC Board of Trustees, and the administration, faculty, and staff fully support the SGA. This support is most visible in the office of the SGA President who, upon election to that office, automatically becomes a member of the Board of Trustees and the College Council. Additionally, students have SGA representatives on standing college committees. These committees are charged with annually reviewing and recommending changes to the College.
The Student Government Association is an active organization; it is the voice of the student body and has paved the way for open lines of communication between students and administration. Students receive practical experience in responsible citizenship through participation in a program of self-government.
2019-2020 SGA Officers
SGA General Assembly Meeting Dates and Times
Monday, August 26th 3:30PM U-170
2019 Fall Semester
Monday, August 26th @ 3:30 pm
Monday, September 30th @ 3:30 pm
Monday, October 28th @ 3:30 pm
Monday, November 25th @ 3:30 pm
All SGA General Assembly Meetings are held in Union Station- Room 170
All Club Representatives are required to attend.
All CFCC Students are encouraged to attend.
The SGA is governed by its Constitution and By-Laws.
Student Government Association Mission Statement:
Student Government at Cape Fear Community College: An association of energetic, proactive student-leaders, engaged in service-projects within the college and community, and in honest service to the student body of Cape Fear Community College; a team, comprised of those students and dedicated faculty and staff, who act, advocate, and inspire on behalf of others, to carry on the mission of the Association.
The mission of the Cape Fear Community College Student Government Association is:
- To provide an effective, accommodative mode for the student body to deliberate and act in concert;
- To promote student-leadership among the student body;
- To facilitate the academic achievement of the student body;
- To improve the collegiate experience in general, and the atmosphere between the student body and broader community;
- To encourage camaraderie amongst its membership; and
- To serve the collective needs of the student body, through advocacy of the mutual interests and common principles shared by the individuals, which comprise that body.
“Learn, Lead, & Serve”
Membership shall be open to every student who pays a school activity fee. Extended to each student, shall be the privilege of participating in all activities sponsored by the Student Government Association.
The Student Government Association is an active organization; it is the voice of the student body and has paved the way for good lines of communication between students and administration. Students receive practical experience in responsible citizenship through participation in a program of self-government.