Student Government Association

Due to the Covid-19 (Coronavirus), Student Government will begin meeting virtually online through Zoom. SAFAC proceedings will also be conducted virtually online through Zoom. Link’s to the meetings will be made available through the Student Engagement & Diversity office. Minutes will also be posted here for the remainder of the semester.

Student Government will begin meeting again starting April 3, and will meet from 2 – 5 p.m. for the first three meetings as these meetings will be dedicated to the SAFAC process. Quorum meetings will resume virtually (tentatively starting on after SAFAC presentations and deliberations have concluded and allocation recommendations have been finalized.

To access information on Zoom meetings and meeting minutes, go to the “Virtual Offices” folder in MyLCCC. Click on the “Student Engagement & Diversity Office” and then click the “Student Government Association” tab.

Any questions regarding Student Government can be directed to Zeke Sorenson by emailing zsorensoFREELARAMIE


The mission of the Student Government Association is to connect, represent, guide and advocate for the students of LCCC, by informing, empowering, bestowing knowledge and improving student recognition of campus. SGA senators will provide positive leadership by example and mentor future students to build foundations and leave a lasting legacy for future student leaders. 
2019-2020 Student Government Senate Photo
SGA logo


Student Government Association meets every Friday during the semester when classes are in session from 2-4 p.m. in the Crossroads Building, Room 104. All meetings are open to the public. 

Apply Now

Students can complete the Student Government Association Candidate Application to become a member.

Questions? Concerns? Comments?

Students can attend one of SGA's meetings from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Wednesdays in the Crossroads Building, Room 104. Every meeting there is a time for public comment and anyone is welcome to come and speak their concerns during this time. If you are unable to come to a meeting, you may also submit questions, comments, and concerns using the following link. Submit a question, concern, or comment to Student Government

Learn about the Student Activity Fee Allocation

Students can read the policy and learn more about the allocation of funds.