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Student Organizations

Student Government Association
The Student Government Association provides a form of representative self-government to all students enrolled in the college. Through this organization, rules and regulations are formulated and carried out, and plans for student's activities are made and implemented. In order for the Student Government Association to successfully meet the needs of the student body, students are encouraged and expected to attend meetings and participate in the activities of the SGA. The SGA at River Parishes Community College is a program in which every student is provided the opportunity to participate.

SGA Officers 2010-2011
Brooke Kadak - President
E-ail: bkadak@rpcc.edu

Cornell Mallery- Vice President
E-Mail: mallerymallery@gmail.com

Tiffany Winn- Treasurer
E-Mail: n.winn22@yahoo.com

Anna Dixon � Secretary
E-Mail: adixon@rpcc.edu

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
The Beta Xi Mu Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa was chartered on January 8, 2006. Phi Theta Kappa is an international, co-educational honorary society for students attending two-year colleges. Benefits of membership in PTK include scholarship opportunities, recognition for academic achievement, leadership opportunities, and academic and career resources. Eligible students are invited to join each fall and spring semester. Qualifications for membership include a 3.5 RPCC grade point average and 12 or more college-level (1000-level and above) credit hours earned at RPCC. To remain a member, students must maintain a 3.0 RPCC cumulative grade point average.

PTK Officers

Chelsea Chifici, President

Sarah Snyder, Vice President

Maranda Hebert, Secretary/Treasurer

The Gamma Beta Phi Society
The Gamma Beta Phi Society RPCC Chapter was chartered on May 1, 2011. Gamma Beta Phi is an honor and service organization for students in colleges and universities in the United States. Students invited into membership in The Gamma Beta Phi Society must be committed to excellence in education, to good character, and to service. The student must be enrolled in a program leading to an associate degree, must have completed at least twelve credit hours of college work and have a 3.0 cumulative grade point average.

Recognition and publicity are primary benefits of membership in any honor society. The Gamma Beta Phi Society is not just an honor society, and hence members enjoy the satisfaction of active participation in meaningful service projects and camaraderie with other honor students. Membership is completely transferable to any other college or university where a chapter exists.

Gamma Beta Phi Officers for 2014-2015 are:
President - Tiffany Foreman
Vice-President - Victoria Guitreau
Treasurer - Courtney Sanchez
Secretary - Niki Willis

Jared Eusea
Mathematics Instructor
Gamma Beta Phi Advisor
River Parishes Community College
Phone: 225-743-8500