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Student Government Association

The Voice of Students

The Student Government Association is the official representative voice of the student body. We advocate on behalf of students to college staff, faculty, and administrators. 

General Information

Our Mission
The Student Government Association at Pikes Peak State College is the official representative voice for our student body.  We seek to create an environment of growth and success through the guidance and development of character and by promoting change in favor of the student's interests, needs, and welfare.

Twice a month SGA has a Joint Session meeting that is open to the public. As a member of the PPSC community, you can come to these meetings with any topics or concerns you would like to discuss.

Contact Us
Student Government Association Advisors
Student Government Association
  • Centennial Campus - Room A204/C203
    • (719) 502-2104
  • Rampart Range Campus - S207
    • (719) 502-2098
  • Downtown Studio Campus - S234
    • (719) 502-2103
Students standing at Rampart Campus

Executive Board


Executive Board

Wesley Montgomery - He/Him

Major: Computer Science

Email: wesley.montgomery@pikespeak.edu

Open Hours:

  • Monday & Wednesday
    • 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
    • Rampart Range Campus
  • Tuesday
    • 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    • Virtual

Anaid Rodriguez - She/They

Major: Accounting Business

Hobbies: Sewing. sketching, and reading

Email: anaid.rodriguez@pikespeak.edu

Open Hours:

  • Wednesday
    • 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
    • Rampart Range Campus
  • Thursday
    • 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
    • Rampart Range Campus

Xander Owen

Email: xander.owen@pikespeak.edu

Open Hours:

  • Monday & Wednesday
    • 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
    • Rampart Range

Marcia Medina

Email: marcia.medina@pikespeak.edu

Open Hours:

  • Monday & Wednesday
    • 1:45 pm - 3:00 pm
    • Rampart Range

Tron Jarrett - They/Them

Major: Sociology

Hobbies: Gunpla, Video Games, Reading, and Sports

Email: tron.jarret@pikespeak.edu

Open Hours:

  • Monday & Wednesday
    • 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    • 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm 
    • Centennial Campus




Alicia Esparza

Email: alicia.esparza@pikespeak.edu

Open Hours:

  •  Monday & Wednesday
    • 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    • Downtown Campus

Walat Gozeh - He/Him

Major: Political Science

Hobbies: Playing Video Games, Sports, History, and Politics

Email: walat.Gozeh@pikespeak.edu

Open Hours:

  • Monday & Wednesday
    • 12:30 pm - 12:00 pm
    • Centennial Campus

Estefany Carreon

Email: estefany.carreon@pikespeak.edu

Open Hours:

  • Monday & Wednesday
    • 12:15 pm - 3:15 pm
    • Rampart Range
  • Friday 
    • 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
    • Rampart Range


Marcus Myles

Major: Cybersecurity

Hobbies: Basketball, Reading, Movies, and Video Games.

Email: marcus.myles@pikespeak.edu

Open Hours:

  • Thursday & Friday
    • 3:00 pm - 6 pm
    • Centennial Campus
Students sitting or standing in front of a sculpture at the Downtown Studio Campus.


Student Government Association Committees are a way for us to tackle the biggest issues students face at the college in the most efficient way possible. Divvying up campus issues like club affairs, academic affairs, and events ensures that Student Government Association Officers can cast the broadest and most efficient net.

The Budget Board (BB) researches, reports, and makes recommendations to the Student Government Association regarding all SGA funding, budget, financial, or fiscal policy-related bills and issues.

This committee meets weekly or as needed. The committee is co-chaired by the Secretary/Treasurer and the President and is attended by the Advisor for Finances.

The Inter-Club Council Board (ICB) is responsible for the oversight of the SGA Inter-Club Council Meetings and student clubs and organizations. The ICB monitors the activities of all student clubs and provides an atmosphere where club leaders can join other club leaders in gaining new information about how to run their clubs. 

This committee meets twice a month. This committee is co-chaired by the SGA Vice President and the Rampart Range Senator and is attended by the Secretary/Treasurer, the Events & Activities Senator, the Public Relations Senator, and the Director of Student Life. 

The Events & Public Relations Committee (EPC) is responsible for the planning and execution of the SGA events/activities and for promoting a good image and relations between SGA and the PPSC community at-large.

This committee meets twice a month. This committee is co-chaired by the Public Relations Senator, and the Events & Activities Senator and is attended by the Speaker of the Senate, Diversity & Equity Senator, the Downtown Campus Senator, and the Director of Student Life.

The Student Relations Committee (SRC) is responsible for addressing the concerns of the student body at PPSC. This committee handles issues ranging from matters of campus life, facilities, student safety, student diversity & equity, auxiliary services, student services, and non-academic classroom issues. The committee takes concerns directly from the student body and collaborates as a team to find effective long-term solutions.

This committee meets twice a month. This committee is co-chaired by the Downtown Campus Senator and the Diversity & Equity Senator and is attended by the Rampart Range Senator, the President, the SSAC Representative and the Senate Advisor.

The Student Life & Wellness Committee is responsible for the promotion and management of SGA initiatives and programs relating to basic support, sustainable living, and student health & wellness. The committee also serves as student advisory oversight and an active partner of all PPSC student fee-related areas and SGA long-term support projects.

This committee meets twice a month. This committee is co-chaired by the SSAC Representative and the Speaker of the Senate and is attended by the Vice-President, the Diversity & Equity Senator, the Secretary/Treasurer, and the Senate Advisor.

State Student Advisory Council

What is the State Student Advisory Council?

The State Student Advisory Council (SSAC) is comprised of student representatives from each of the 13 community colleges in the Colorado Community College System. They act as liaisons between students, the board of education, and congressional lawmakers. 

How does SSAC benefit students?

SSAC benefits students by allowing a direct pipeline through their representatives to voice their concerns and opinions to those that make policies that affect them. 

How does SSAC differ from the Student Government Association?

SSAC and the Student Government Association work together to better the community college as a whole and advocate for students. However, SSAC takes some of the college-level issues and takes them to a government level. Our SSAC, as well as many past SSAC reps, worked hard to make sure that these issues are heard.

How do I contact Pikes Peak State College's SSAC Representative?

PPSC's SSAC representative is active on campus and through the Student Government Association. You can contact our current representative via email to voice any concerns that you may have, or visit the SSAC website linked below. 

Current SSAC Representative

You can contact PPSC's SSAC Representative, Tron Jarrett, by email at tron.jarrett@pikespeak.edu
For more information, visit the State Student Advisory Council website.
Student writing in a notebook in class.

Other Information

All clubs must send at least one officer to one Inter-Club Council Meeting a month.

Spring Semester Schedule

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