UC Clermont

Student Government

Meet your Student Government Representatives:

President
Reilly Hopkins

Student Government Advisor
Rob Rude

Vice President
Truc Vu

Secretary
Olivia Abner

Treasurer
William Watson

View our bylaws.

Mission Statment

The Student Government at UC Clermont College is a distinguishable and engaged governing body that work together to improve each and every student'€™s daily Cougar€™ experience by refining the school'€™s environment that can enhance the entire student experience, personal success, creating a cozy atmosphere between students, and still preserving student rights. Student Government also serves as the official voice of students in the governance process at UC Clermont, at the same time maintains the collaborative relationships with faculty and staffs. Student Government is elected to represent the Cougars. Therefore, we exist to empower our student body to raise their voices and to be brave to make innovations. At UC Clermont, we involve students through outreach efforts, college report and student feedback, which are used in the improvement of legislation and policies. In addition, working with the faculties, Student Government make changes dedicated to improving the student experiences based on identified student needs.

UC Clermont Student Government fosters a campus setting built on community, integrity and respect. We promote ourselves as cultures of consent, and performs as a resource for students to achieve their academic, personal and extracurricular aims, and serve as a liaison between the students and the school. Furthermore, Student Government also provides chances for students to become leaders of the campus and develop many interpersonal skills. At UC Clermont, we, as your Student Government, governs with enthusiasm, honor and integrity, while mindful about of the college'€™s proud tradition of academic and athletic excellence. We support for all of our students with respect to differences which may include but are not limited to age, disability, ethnicity, family status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and veteran status.