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- Northwest Florida State College Radiography Program Will Host Info Session
- NWF State College Foundation Provides Scholarship Opportunities to Students
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- Students named to President’s List and Dean’s List for fall 2016 semester
- Former University of Alabama and Dallas Cowboy Football Champion to visit NWF
- NWF Career Center Job Fair presents employment opportunities
- NWF Collegiate High School Academic Team wins big
- Northwest Florida State College Recognizes Fall 2016 Graduates
- NWF State College Nursing Program Ranked in Florida’s Top 20
- NWF State College Students Named to All-Florida Academic Team
- Winners of LaRoche Poetry Contest Announced
SGA Reflects Student Involvement at 'All-Time High'
Northwest Florida State College installed its 2014-15 Student Government Association officers and senators during a ceremony on Oct. 8. This year's SGA is the largest in more than five years, with 27 students stepping forward to be leaders, nearly twice as many as in a typical year. The larger size of the SGA is indicative of an overall increase in student activity this college year, according to Student Life Director Aimee Watts.
"Student involvement at Northwest Florida State College is at an all-time high," Watts said.
Officers in the SGA are Rachel Gilroy (Freeport), president; Jessica Kim (Niceville), vice president; Ray Bolen (DeFuniak Springs), president pro tempore; Bethany Fralish (Niceville), secretary; Angela Roy (Destin), community service coordinator; Sally Yang (Crestview), sergeant at arms; and Veronica Quesenberry (Niceville), historian.
Senators are Kirsten Dawson (Niceville), Sebastian Dijkhuizen (Niceville), Sean Giovanniello (Crestview), Drew Hannah (Navarre), Emma Heasley (Navarre), Brandon James (Shalimar), Stefan Makarov (Niceville), Eddell Molina (Crestview), Nicholas Parmer (Miramar Beach), Frank Poli (Fort Walton Beach), Chase Pridgen (Destin), Shanelle Reese (Crestview), Anthony Riviello (Niceville), Trey Schultz (Crestview), Rani Simmons (Freeport), Joshua Tapp (Valparaiso), Alijah Veneszee (Fort Walton Beach), Joe Wilmoth (DeFuniak Springs), Zach Zedicher (Niceville), and Collin Zeigler (Mary Esther).