• Student Government Association (SGA)


    SGA is your voice. We’re devoted to representing, advocating and empowering every student at LaGuardia through leadership, resources and diverse and innovative ideas. We recognize tradition and embrace the future, seeking to unify students, faculty, staff and alumni while enhancing the campus community as a whole. Read the bylaws that guide SGA.





  • About the Positions


    Elections are held during Spring Session I of each academic year for SGA as well as the Faculty-Student Disciplinary Committee (FSDC). Find out more about the positions below.


    Purpose of the SGA
    • To serve as the primary voice and representative of the student body to the College administration, faculty, various student organizations, CUNY and its constituent parts, and the general public
    • To increase student interest and participation in educational, social, and cultural affairs at the College
    • To promote academic freedom, student rights and general student welfare
    • To inform itself on College programs and operations that impact student success
    Number of SGA Positions Available
    • Five executive positions: president, vice president, executive secretary, executive treasurer and parliamentarian
    • Seven academic department representatives: Business and Technology, Education and Language Acquisition, Health Sciences, Humanities, Liberal Arts and English, STEM, and Social Science Academic department representatives also work with academic affairs, clubs and ethnic affairs, international students and foreign affairs, political awareness, public relations, students with disabilities, sustainability, and part-time and evening students.

    Benefits of Being an SGA Governor
    Monthly stipend, personal office space in the SGA suite, invaluable leadership experience and countless networking opportunities.


    Purpose of the FSDC
    The FSDC conducts disciplinary hearings involving students who are charged with violating the various academic and social rules of conduct.

    FSDC Positions
    Six positions are available for election. On any given case, two of the six students are chosen in rotation to preside over FSDC hearings alongside two faculty and a chairperson.

    Duties of FSDC Student Members

    • Listen to testimonies and review evidence from all parties involved in a disciplinary hearing.
    • Work with other FSDC members to make a decision regarding the guilt of the accused student.
    • If a student is found guilty, the FSDC can recommend a variety of disciplinary sanctions ranging from warnings to suspension from the college.
    • If a student is found not guilty, the FSDC recommends that the charges be dismissed.

    Example of a Real FSDC Case
    A student received a failing grade from a professor. The following semester the student was placed on academic probation. The student saw the professor the following semester and assaulted the professor. The student blamed the professor for recommending academic probation, when in reality it was done automatically by the Registrar's Office, based on the total amount of courses that failing grades were received.

    Benefits of Being an FSDC Student Member
    While the service is minimum, similar to jury duty, it is viewed as valuable community service and is highly recognized by the City University of New York.

    For more information on FSDC, please contact Arturo Luis Merchant, student judiciary officer, at 718-482-5180, luism@lagcc.cuny.edu or in Room C-317J.
  • SGA Students in the atrium





  • Meet Your Representatives



    SGA

  • Nhi Phan
    Nhi Phan
    President




    Klaudia Sulkowska
    Klaudia Sulkowska
    Executive Treasurer




    Xiaoying “Anna” lyu
    Xiaoying “Anna” lyu
    Governor of Education and Language Acquisition
    /Sustainability/Part Time and Evening Students

    Babita Gurung
    Babita Gurung
    Governor of STEM/International Students and Foreign Affairs
  • Sandra Mora
    Sandra Mora
    Vice President




    Aristotle “Aris” Vinluan
    Aristotle “Aris” Vinluan
    Executive Parliamentarian




    Nicole Sanchez
    Nicole Sanchez
    Governor of Liberal Arts/Political Awareness



    Mery Febrillet
    Mery Febrillet
    Governor of Health Science/Academic Affairs
  • Ndeye Arame Sow
    Ndeye Arame Sow
    Executive Secretary




    Luis Ortiz
    Luis Ortiz
    Governor of Business and Technology/Students with Disabilities


    Luis Villa
    Luis Villa
    Governor of Social Science/Public Relations



    Tayvhon Pierce
    Tayvhon Pierce
    Governor of Humanities/Clubs and Ethnic Affairs


  • FSDC

    Hailey Castleberry
    Mia Nicer
    Daniel Talero
    Ziyi Xu


  • Suggestion Box



    Have comments or questions for your SGA representatives regarding campus information or policies? Submit them below.



     





  • Visit Us


       Room M-160


    Weekly Meeting
    Wednesdays: 3–5:30 p.m.
    All are welcome to attend and observe.