Student Government Association


NCTC Student Government Association (SGA) works to promote good will and unity among the students, effectively represent student needs and concerns, and handle other matters concerning the general welfare of the students and the College. For more information view the SGA Constitution 

Students may submit their suggestions by filling out the Student Suggestions Form. Any Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct or related incident can be reported through a CARES Report. Both forms may be submitted anonymously. After identifying an area for improvement on campus, SGA brainstorms possible solutions, and communicates with the appropriate offices on campus to make a more successful NCTC experience wherever possible. 

Executive Board  2019-2020

Maria Corona

Maria Corona
President

Maria's major goal is to be a Social Worker for the Adoption and Foster Care System. She wants to serve her classmates because she wants the experience of college to really benefit everyone and for everyone to have their voices heard in whatever they may need. Maria loves to serve others with anything they may need help with.

Janette Hernandez

Janette Hernandez
Vice President

Janette Hernandez is in the process of completing her Associate's Degree at NCTC to transfer to the University of Arlington to pursue a Business Degree.  She enjoys volunteering and is dedicated to helping others. Her hobbies include videography and photography.

Daniela Morales

Daniela Morales
Secretary

Daniela Morales is currently in her third semester at NCTC in order to get her associate's degree. Besides being the Secretary for SGA, Daniela is also the Vice-President for the community service organization Students in Action. 

Daniel Pagoada

Daniel Pagoada
Treasurer

Daniel Pagoada is currently working for an associate's degree at NCTC. Daniel's ambition is to transfer to UNT to continue his studies in Mechanical Engineering. He is also a part of the NSLS and NCTC soccer programs. Daniel's hobbies include plating soccer and going to the gym. 

Patricia Amador

Patricia Amador
Parliamentarian

Patricia Amador started attending NCTC in the fall of 2018 to get an associate's degree. In her free time she likes to play video games, listen to true crime podcasts, and study. She plans to graduate in the spring of 2020 and further her education in the field of Nursing/Pre-Med. 

 

Meeting Dates

October 15th and November 19th via videoconferencing from 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM. All are welcomed to attend meetings, contact studentlife@nctc.edu for access to the link.

Student Organization Funding

Registered Student Organizations who are active in Student Government, turn in 5 Activity Approval forms, and complete the Risk Management are given $500. For more funding complete the Budget Allocation Form.