Student Government Association (SGA)
Our Mission: The purpose of the SGA shall be to: encourage communication between students, faculty, and administrators; promote and coordinate LFCC Clubs & Organizations and activities that promote a wide range of interests; encourage and develop students as effective members of the College and community; encourage school spirit; and act as the official voice of the student body. All students are members of the SGA and are invited to participate in any and all events hosted by the SGA. Student Government officers facilitate activities for students to feel heard and to get responses to their questions.
Benefits of Participating in SGA: Students gain significant leadership skills that are transferable to their future goals. Participation in SGA has led to scholarship, internship, and career opportunities at LFCC and beyond! For more info, email [email protected]
Every Tuesday (Fall 2020) at 12:30pm
Benjamin Hill, President
Ben is a Frederick County native and sophomore at LFCC. He is majoring in Business Administration and a member of the Alpha Beta Omega chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. His goal is to transfer to UVA in fall 2021 to major in computer science and minor in economics.
Valerie Cameron, Vice-President
Valerie is majoring in Science and Health Professions, in her second year at LFCC. Her goal is to transfer to Shenandoah University, then UVA for med school and her Doctorate degree.
Martha Patricio, Secretary
Martha is a sophomore at LFCC, currently working on her Associate of Science degree. She is a proud member of Phi Theta Kappa and loves the outdoors.
Kelsey Kissell, Senator
Kelsey is a returning student majoring in Practical Nursing with potential minors in Psychology and Geriatrics. She is currently a member of the Alpha Psi Iota chapter of Phi Theta Kappa and a Student Ambassador at the Fauquier Campus.
Suggestions or Comments for the SGA?
The suggestion box is here for students to voice their comments or concerns to the Student Government Association. We can take your comments to the college to make improvements or give kudos to processes and employees that are making a difference in your educational journey.