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Student Government Association

SGA Leadership

SGA President – 2014-15, Anthony Rossi

Picture of Anthony Rossi, SGA President 2014-2015

Anthony Rossi,
SGA President 2014-2015

Anthony Rossi was born in Levittown, Pennsylvania and later relocated to Concord, North Carolina with his family. Anthony attended Jay M. Robinson High School. He developed a passion for recreation and organized sports while in high school where he was a linebacker on the varsity football team. Anthony also played on a roller hockey recreation league team. Anthony performed exceptionally well in sports, gaining state recognition. Through sports travel, Anthony learned more about the State of North Carolina.

After high school, Anthony attended East Carolina University and majored in Business Administration. While there, he quickly realized that he couldn’t keep ignoring the books and the importance of academics. He realized that some of the habits he had in high school didn’t translate well in the college setting.  Anthony is now a second year student at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College and is within 15 hours of earning his Associate in Arts Degree. He plans to transfer to UNC- Charlotte in the Fall of 2015 to complete a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. He believes that attending a community college has helped him achieve balance. Anthony is a strong believer in the rule of three, a writing principle that suggests that things that come in threes are inherently funnier, more satisfying, or more effective than other numbers of things.

As SGA President for the 2014-2015 academic year, he plans to support the college’s focus on student success by encouraging students to engage in activities and leadership programming in the areas of healthy living, financial literacy, and goal setting. He thinks it’s important to set short and long-term goals. Anthony describes himself as virtuous, focused and passionate. These three adjectives combined with motivation have attributed to his success. When asked why he wants to serve as SGA President, Anthony says he wants to make a difference for others and to leave a legacy in whatever he does. He plans to grow and learn more this year than ever before and hopes to have the students of Rowan-Cabarrus by his side on the road to success.

You may contact the SGA President by email at sgapres@rccc.edu

North Campus SGA Office: 704-216-3599

South Campus SGA Office: 704-216-3636

Enter to Win Gas Cards by Attending Student Body Meetings

Students attending the monthly SGA meetings are eligible to enter a gas card drawing for a $25 gas card. One card will be given away at the North Campus and South Campus (CBTC students are included with the South Campus drawing).

There is more to life than books and classes at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College.  What goes on outside the classroom is also very important. The school offers a wide variety of social and cultural opportunities which, as well as being enjoyable, also expand the learning experience. Students are encouraged to plan their own activities and programs through the Student Government Association and may use any of our excellent facilities for assembly, theatre, club meetings, relaxation, and recreation.

The constitution and the activities of the SGA are subject to the approval of the administration of the college.

If you would like to be a Student Leader for the academic year, please complete the Student Leadership Application and submit it to either Natasha Lipscomb (North) or Barb Meidl (South).