Student Government Association

Student Government meets every Friday during the semester when classes are in session from 2 - 4 p.m. in the Crossroads Building, Room 107. 

To access the agenda and meeting information, go to the Student Engagement & Diversity Virtual Office in myLCCC.

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


Mission

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. 
 
Student Government Senators Spring 2022
 
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Questions? Concerns? Comments?

Students can attend one of SGA's meetings from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Fridays in Crossroads, Room 107. Students are welcome to attend meetings and voice any comments they have during the Public Input portion of the agenda. If you are unable to come to a meeting, you may also submit questions, comments and concerns using this form: 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 .


Run for Student Government for Fall 2022 - Spring 2023 in the Fall 2022 Elections!
Application Deadline is Sept. 9, 2022

Students on the Cheyenne Campus can run to be elected as a Senator to represent the student body and students in their Pathway for the Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 academic year.

The next elections that will take place will be mid to late September in the Fall 2022 semester. Students are encouraged to apply to be on the ballot and top students in each pathway will be elected into Student Government. 

This is a great opportunity for students to be more engaged with the campus, provide input and feedback to campus administration, and to be influential and key voices when it comes to decisions that directly impact students. Students elected are expected to attend weekly meetings and dedicate 8-10 hours per week for Student Government related business and commitments. Senators are paid stipends for fulfilling their obligations. More information on the application. Use the link below to learn more and complete an application to be included on the ballot for the upcoming Spring elections. A voting election link will be provided to the general student body once the ballots are live. 

Apply to Run for a Senator Position in the Spring Elections to Serve for Fall 2022 -Spring 2023 in Student Government