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Boulder County Campus
The Front Range Community College Student Government Association (SGA) was created to represent and act as the official student voice for FRCC students. They strive to define, defend, and advocate for all student rights, responsibilities, and freedoms, and to promote the general welfare of the students. Through representation on college and campus committees, SGA plays a vital role in fostering community and providing a direct link between students, faculty, and administration.
Members of SGA address issues relating to student rights, FRCC policies and procedures, and they are part of a statewide network dedicated to building better experiences for community college students. SGA members strengthen their organizational and personal skills and gain valuable experience that will apply to other roles they assume in their lives and careers.
The purpose of the SGA is to represent and officially act with authority for the student body on all matters related to it. To achieve this objective, the SGA shall represent the students in all matters concerning its financial affairs as related to student-fee monies and related accounts, student interest, welfare, and jurisdiction. To work towards these goals, SGA:
- Provides a means of organized student expressions in College affairs, activities and policies, and promote student rights.
- Promotes cooperation and understanding between administrators, faculty, classified staff, community, and the students by coordinating those activities necessary to furnish quality academic and co-curricular programs.
- Enables and encourages all members of the student body to: participate in the activities and decisions of the College, exert influence in the decision-making processes of the College and ensure College policy reflects the best interest of the students.
All members of SGA are democratically elected student representatives voted in by the respective FRCC student bodies of the 3 main campuses (Larimer, Westminster, and Boulder County). Each campus branch consists of Executive Officers and Legislative Representatives that are elected in the spring to serve their term in the following academic year.
Student Government Association meetings are open to all students, faculty, and staff. Visit the Student Life Office of your respective campus for specific locations, agendas, and any open positions.
Larimer Campus 22-23 Applications
Download your application or swing by the Longs Peak Student Center to pick up an application from the Student Life Office!
- Executive Application
- Legislative Representative Application
- Outreach Application
- Campaign Rules for Candidate Meeting
Boulder County Campus