Community Colleges Committee
The Community Colleges Committee is comprised of all six community college representatives. The committee serves as the platform for representatives to develop strategy to advocate for issues specific to community college students, which may include initiatives related to the community college funding formula, guided pathways, and seamless transfer.
Chair of Community Colleges, email@example.com
Kupr Kuprian is a Theatre Arts major at Mohawk Valley Community College, where he serves as the Student Government President and acting Treasurer. He previously held the roles of Student Trustee, Vice-President of Leadership for Phi Theta Kappa, Activity Director for the Summer JumpStart program, member of the Gender Sexuality Alliance club, founder of the campus student press, and has been a student liaison to the Faculty Senate for the past four semesters. Kupr is very involved in campus theatre productions, having played the lead in three school productions, and written, produced, and staged his own play at MV for the public. Kupr is also active in college athletics, earning his Advanced Scuba certification and being a runner on the track team in the spring of 2019. In addition to his previously outlined roles, Kupr is a trained and certified crisis counselor and volunteers with Crisis Text Line. Kupr is honored to have this opportunity to work with a wonderful team, and enhance the system so that it continues to support and encourage every Community College student!
Hobbies: Comic Books, Skating, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Guitar, Traveling, Video Games, Making Art, Playing Soccer, Reading, Working Out, History
Favorite quote: "Act well your part, there all the honor lies." - Alexander Pope
Vice Chair of Community Colleges, Representative, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bryce is a student at Nassau Community College on Long Island, majoring in Liberal Arts and Political Science. Bryce's involvement on campus is extensive, including working as an orientation coordinator, being involved in the liberty program, and serving in his student government as a Sophomore Senator and then Vice President. Bryce has won the Student Activities Award, Who’s Who Award and Orientation Leadership Award. In addition to Representative, Bryce serves as President of the NCC SGA. Outside of school, Bryce is an ambassador for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and provides support for kids and adults who have been recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
Hobbies: Jiu-jitsu, Working out, Video games, Going to concerts
Favorite quote: "Young once, old forever." - Bryce's Grandmother
Members of the
Community Colleges Committee:
Representative Zion Sherin
Representative Daniel Cubas
Representative Dylan Rice
Representative Amanda VanHorn
Representative Bryce Mack
Representative Kelvin Cooke
Initiatives of the committee:
Check out Resolution 1920-40 Supporting Community College Student Government Autonomy, passed at the September 2019 meeting, in the resolution archive.