Student Government

Student Government

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 Student Government Association

All local Student Government Association’s (SGA) are built to represent the student body of their respective colleges. The goal is simple: aim to make student life on campus more responsive to student’s needs. They are your voice! They sit on numerous committees in which the administration and various vendors consult with them to make this college more student-friendly. They are the liaison for student concerns between our college administration and the student body.

The SGA is responsible for managing the overall student experience. SGA’s contribute to the ideal student experience by assisting in producing/facilitating activities that create an environment of tradition, belonging, and learning. The SGA will be your liaison between College Administration and student needs/concerns.

All students of Houston Community College that pay into the Student Activity Fee are members of their respective Student Government Association’s. SGA openly admits all students of the Houston Community College to its membership and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, personal appearance, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, or on the basis of rights secured by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.

To learn more information about SGA, please select your respective college below.

College SGA Chapters

HCC Center for Civic Engagement 

HCC Student Government Associations understand the importance of students becoming civically engaged in the community and works closely with Student Life and HCC to inform students about opportunities to become engaged, informed, and knowledgeable citizens who understand the voting process. 

As a secondary institution, Houston Community College recognizes and complies with the 1998 Higher Education Act that requires institutions to make a good-faith effort to distribute voter registration forms to students who attend classes on campus. The mandate states that institutions must request an adequate number of forms from the state 120 days prior to the state’s voter registration deadline. The Higher Education Act was amended in 2008 that allowed institutions to distribute electronic information about voter registration.

To learn more about civic engagement opportunities and voter registration, please visit the HCC Civic for Engagement page.