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
Raquel Johnson- President
Kimberly Harrison- Vice President
Tessia McCauley- Treasurer
Monica James � Secretary
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 2009-20010
Erika Dedon, President
Sydney Kelly, Vice President/Secretary/Treasurer
The general purpose of ITCC is to provide RPCC students with the opportunity to discuss various Information Technology issues outside of the classroom setting in order to cultivate a greater appreciation for Information Technology and to have a forum wherein they can convey their creative expressions related to IT. The organization further shall seek to collaborate with appropriate personnel in Business, Industry and Higher Education institutions to host workshops/events related to Information Technology.� Discussion of features of new electronic gadgets like iPad, Tablets etc. Information about Computer viruses and how to protect computers. Information about social networking and web 2.0 technologies. Students, thus, will have the chance for alliance and interaction with associated faculty members and fellow students so as to create a greater sense of involvement and connection within our campus community.