Student Government Association

Student Government Association

SGA Leadership

SGA President 2019-20

Amanda Murphy

Ms. Amanda Murphy is a native North Carolinian who calls Mooresville home. Originally from Pikeville, NC, she is from a military family and spent several years residing abroad. Amanda is passionate about helping students get connected to campus and community resources to help them be successful. As a non-traditional student she values the education she is receiving. As a single mom she is acutely aware of the example she is setting for her daughter about education, passion, commitment and dreaming big! Amanda started her journey in student life as a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success during the 2018-19 academic year. She became the Vice President in SGA in fall of 2019 and is excited to step into the role of SGA President. She represents Rowan-Cabarrus as the Special Populations Chair on the North Carolina Comprehensive Community College Student Government Association (N4CSGA) and attended the fall conference as a delegate. As SGA President, Amanda wants to help students connect and find ways to make the world a better place. She is working towards being accepted into the Occupational Therapy program in Fall 2020.  While she is working diligently to complete her courses, she’s excited about growing in her leadership skills.

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, theater, 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 to the Student Life Office (704-216-3605).