The Class Councils work to create unity among the graduating classes as well as pride in student’s own graduating class.
Senior Class Council President: Nicole Laster
Danielle Porter- Vice President
Randy Alves- Treasurer
Joanna Johns- Secretary
The Senior Class Council works on projects such as the Senior Class gift and graduation. Elected each Spring, the Council is headed by a Senior Class President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. Four Seniors at-Large are appointed.
Each year the Senior Class leaves the University with a gift that is unique to the Senior Class and exerts Seminole spirit and pride. The Senior Class Gift is an opportunity for graduating seniors to make a contribution to a special project on campus. This could be a campus beautification project, an academic scholarship or any number of other worthwhile causes at Florida State. The point is to create a lasting and visible legacy for our class.
Junior and Sophomore Class Councils focus on interactive social and academic events for the classes and the greater FSU community. The goal is bringing students together by planning exciting events and activities.
Junior Class Officers
Lilly Sharpe- President
Vice- President: Matt Hooper
Treasurer: Logan Kanai
Secretary: Jazmyn Reed
Sophomore Class Officers
Jada Jones- President
College Leadership Councils
The College Leadership Councils acts as the ambassadors of their respective college and provide a direct link to the student body.
They work directly with the Dean and other college administration to provide a student perspective. They create and oversee beneficial programming for students in an attempt to improve opportunities for personal and professional growth.
Each College Leadership Council will be composed of the following membership:
1. A designated number of undergraduate student representatives, preferably an
adequate representative from each department within that college.
2. A designated number of graduate student representatives to be determined by each
A Student Senator appointed by the Senate President from their respective college will serve as a liaison between the council and Student Government. They are not considered official members of the council unless approved by the dean. Each College Leadership Council will have a department advisor that will be either a faculty member or administrator in that respective academic department and the body of the Council will elect from these members, a Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer.
To serve on a College Leadership Council, students must go through the following process:
1. Be nominated by a faculty member or department administrator, or fill out
membership application provided by the respective council.
2. After being nominated or applying, the student will be given the opportunity to interview
with the current members of the Council, and forwarded to the Dean for confirmation.
3. Upon confirmation, the student will serve a one- year term, starting in the fall or spring,
which may be renewed at the end of their tenure through an evaluation process,
overseen by the advisor and the current members of the council.
4. Student needs to be in good standing with their college and university.