- The Office of Student Life
The Office of Student Life is the primary source for information on student activities. Ideas for new and future activities are always welcome. Any student, faculty, or staff member with questions or suggestions may visit the Office of Student Life, or contact us at email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions about Office of Student Life
Why should I get involved in BRCC campus life?
Educational research shows that when students get involved in campus life, they are more likely to succeed academically. Meaningful involvement in extracurricular activities can give you an edge when you compete for scholarships and jobs. Experience, leadership, and organizational skills are just a few competencies gained through participating in clubs/organizations.
What is the Student Government Association (SGA)?
The SGA is the voice of the student body. Students make up the entire membership and play a major part in critical decision making that impacts their peers.
When are the SGA meetings held?
SGA meetings are held every first and third Thursday at 1 p.m. First Thursday SGA meetings are held at the main campus, room 152 and third Thursday SGA meetings are held at the Acadian site, second floor, student activity room. Everyone is invited to attend.
How may I request funding from the SGA for my project?
The Office of Student Life and the SGA are improving the process of applying for funding from the SGA for your student-related project. Check back soon for more information and access to the forms you will need to complete in order to initiate the process.
Programs and Resources that we Provide
- Leadership Skills
- Professional Development
- Student Leadership Academy
- Motivational Speakers
- Academic/Educational Enrichment
- Provide complimentary scantrons and bluebooks daily
- Departmental Partnerships
- Social and Cultural Enrichment
- Welcome Fest
- Club/Organization Week
- Spring Fling
- Fall Fest
- Big Bang
- And much more…
Student Resource Guide
This resource guide is a resource that can guide you through the steps you may need to follow to be self-sufficient if and when a situation or needs arise. It is impossible to predict every situation, but you can use this resource guide as a tool to assist you during difficult times.
Tommy A. Morris
Director of Student Life
Cedric D. Noel