FSC students elect new Student Government Association
LAKELAND, Fla. (April 16, 2007) — Florida Southern College announced the results of a student election for Student Government Association (SGA) Executive Board and Senators. The SGA works to improve the quality of student life while upholding the values and integrity of FSC. The members develop programs and facilitate changes that benefit students, and promote unity through education and service. The new officers and senators will serve for the 2007-2008 academic year.
Elected representatives are as follows:
President Dan Rindt, senior music major from New Berlin, Wis.;
Executive Vice President Brittany Loeffel, sophomore elementary education major from Kissimmee, Fla.;
Academic Vice President Kristin Nelson, a freshman political science major from Lake Wales, Fla.;
Vice President of Finance Jessica Campbell, a sophomore psychology major from Lakeland, Fla.;
Vice President of Student Activities Jessica Reidling, a junior elementary education major from Winter Haven, Fla.;
Vice President of Community and Public Relations Justin Crouch, a sophomore history major from Mt. Dora, Fla.; and
Secretary Nicole Boren, a junior psychology major from Lakeland, Fla.
Social and Behavioral Science: John Nidositko, a sophomore history major from Venice, Fla.; and Norlyne Thomas, a freshman criminology major from Miami, Fla.
Education and Physical Education: Ashley Berhorst, a sophomore pre-K/primary education major from Winter Park, Fla.
Health Professionals: Jenn Bowers, a freshman athletic training major from Fort Wayne, Ind.
Business and Economics: Brett Erwin, a sophomore business major from Batavia, Ill.; and Mike Miller, a junior business major from Sparta, N.J.
Natural Sciences: Kristi Hewitt, a sophomore biology major from Parrish, Fla.
Fine, Applied and Performing Arts: Bobby Molina, a senior music education major from Palm Harbor, Fla.; and Alison Peebles, a junior music education major from Homestead, Fla.
Undeclared: Megan Beddow, a sophomore from Naples, Fla.
About Florida Southern College
Founded in 1885, Florida Southern College is a private, comprehensive, United Methodist college with a liberal arts core. The college maintains its commitment to academic excellence through 39 undergraduate majors and distinctive graduate programs in business administration, education, and nursing. Florida Southern has a 13:1 student/faculty ratio, provides strong student/faculty mentorship programs, boasts 25 NCAA Division II national championships, and is ranked by U. S. News and World Report as one of the top ten Southern Comprehensive Colleges-Bachelor’s institutions and by the Princeton Review as a “Best Southeastern College.” Located on scenic Lake Hollingsworth, Florida Southern is the home of the world’s largest single-site collection of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture.