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Student Government Association

Welcome To Our New Student Government!

By Ciara Pack Congratulations to all the winners of the Student Government Election! On April 10th and 11th students were given the chance to rock their vote on the bus initiative, constitution changes, and various student government positions including: President, Vice President, State Student Advisory Council, and Senator at Large.          Allison Nottingham won SGA …
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Rock the Vote 2018: PPCC & Mountain Metro Connect Students to their Futures

By Dejanique Calloway Pikes Peak Community College students will vote April 10 and 11 on a $10 student activity fee to finance a new bus program in partnership with Mountain Metropolitan Transit, that will include passage to the Rampart Range Campus. “Based on how many students bought a bus pass from the book store and …
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Student Government End of Term Updates

By Jennifer Sharp, SGA Senator at Large Student Scholarships: Scholarships are open! No one wants to owe student loans, so why not take advantage of the scholarship opportunities? Scholarship applications are open now and will close on March 1. To apply, go to student finance in your PPCC portal and scroll down to Scholarships. Click …
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Student Government Works for the Win

By Brian Pharies reporter During Political Season, it may be helpful to know what the student political body at PPCC is and what it does. The elected officials of Student Government at Pikes Peak Community College maintain offices at all three campuses and act as advocates for students and the college administration on far ranging …
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Upcoming Events of the Student Government Association

By Adonis Jaramillo, Student Government President Here’s what’s happening in Student Government for October: Free Food at Q&A with PPCC President, Dr. Lance Bolton, and have a meal while you talk. This event is a good place for students to voice their questions and concerns to the administration face to face. If students are unable to be …
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