The purpose of Student Government at Cuyahoga Community College is to continually improve the role of the student in the governance of Cuyahoga Community College; to develop improved educational standards and practices, maintain and promote academic freedom, to secure and advance students' rights and responsibilities, to promote the general student welfare, and to encourage diversity and understanding among students and the college community.
The students of Cuyahoga Community College are represented by their student government at each of the four campuses by the following individuals:
Board Student Scholar: Aba Paintsil
All students are welcomed to join. Email Meagan.Gibson@tri-c.edu for access to meetings.
- President: Tim Guy
- Vice President: Brendan Madden
- Senator(s): Sherry Patel, Dominic Santoro, Josalyn Blade, Rashe'd Whatley, & Khalil Merritt
All students are welcomed to join. E-mail James.Gardner2@tri-c.edu for access to meetings.
- President: Aleena Babar
- Vice President: Jordan Wright
- Secretary: Nicole Sullivan
- Treasurer: Teauna Felder
- Senator(s): Vacant
All students are welcomed to join. Email Chavilah.Witt@tri-c.edu for access to meetings.
- President: Halle Slaughter
- Vice President: Yasmattie Ganesh
- Secretary: Regine Campbell
- Treasurer: Chelsy Rosa
- Senator(s): Cindie Pacheco, Saidi Wadesisi, Brittany Demeter, Zifeng Yuan
All students are welcomed to join. Email Amanda.Fronek@tri-c.edu for access to meetings.
- President: Sasha Seckers
- Vice President: Hugo Barragan
- Secretary: Vacant
- Treasurer: Vacant
- Senator(s): Nimo Abdi, Michael Minadeo
Accepting 2021-2022 Petitions Now
The Student Life and Engagement Offices are currently accepting petitions for the 2021-2022 campus Student Government Officer positions. Please click on the appropriate link for more details and to access the official petition.
Student Government Meetings
Student Government meetings are open to all Tri-C students and you can attend meetings at any campus! If you are unsure of what to expect at a meeting, watch the video below which showcases the November 5, 2020 Westshore Campus Student Government as they were sworn-in to their positions and proceeded with their normal weekly meeting. You can also find more information about Student Government by reading their constitution.