Student Government

About SGA

As the Student Government Association (SGA), we are here to:

  • Respond to and resolve issues or concerns expressed by the student body.
  • Support student feedback.
  • Act as a liaison between the students and the administration.
  • Assist in the establishment and maintenance of conditions conducive to student success, student learning, and an enriched extracurricular environment.
  • Act on matters which promote the general welfare of the student body.
  • Ensure Student Activity and Service fees are allocated and used to support the extracurricular and co-curricular interests of the student body as a whole.

Please visit our MyTCC page to stay up-to-date about what’s going on with your SGA.

Spring 23 SGA Meeting Schedule:

  • March 30 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., SU Lobby

Click here to view the SGA General Body Meeting Agenda March 30


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SGA Executive Officers


Vice President


SGA President Tommy McCall


Tommy McCall

Tommy is a Tallahassee native. He attended North Florida Christian School before enrolling at TCC in the Summer of 2021. He is a member of the Honors Program, Black Male Achievers, and the Scholars Program. When Tommy graduates from TCC in the Spring of 2023, he plans to transfer to Florida State to study Sports Management.

SGA President Tommy McCall

Vice President

Ken Brown

Brandon "Ken" Brown was born in Miami Florida. He graduated from Miami Northwestern Senior High School in 2020 the year of the pandemic. He started TCC in the Fall of 2022. He is a Member of Black Male Achievers, Men of Color Collective, Black Student Union, and The Gardening Club. He is also a Work Study student for TCC's Department of Communications and Marketing. Ken plans to transfer to FAMU to major in Broadcast Journalism.

SGA President Tommy McCall


Makaira Skeete

Makaira is a native of nearby Quincy, Florida. She graduated from Gadsden County High School and started at TCC in the Fall of 2021. She is a member of the Honors Program and Sister to Sister. Upon graduation from TCC in the Spring of 2023, Makaira plans to transfer to Florida State to major in Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences.

SGA President Tommy McCall


SGA President Tommy McCall

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Florida College System Student Government Association

About Us
The Florida College System Student Government Association (FCSSGA) represents the nearly one million students enrolled in the Florida College System's 28 colleges. The organization promotes legislative advocacy and training, leadership development, service learning, promotion of campus activities, and strong citizenship.

Our Mission
To unify the member colleges in order to best attend to the appropriate concerns of the students of the Florida College System and serve as a vehicle to communicate these concerns to the Florida Legislature.

2021-2022 Legislative Platform

FCSSGA Legislative Platform pdf

College Affordability

  • FCSSGA supports HB 55 Sunshine Scholarship Program
  • FCSSGA supports SB 66 Student Loans and Scholarship Obligations of Health Care Practitioners
  • FCSSGA supports SB 188 Student Eligibility Requirements for State Financial Aid Awards and Tuition Assistance Grants

Opportunities & Resources for Florida College System Students

  • FCSSGA supports HB 251 Students Participating in Intercollegiate Athletics
  • FCSSGA supports HB 287 Postsecondary Student Athletes

Campus Safety & Security

  • FCSSGA supports HB 117 Concealed Weapons or Concealed Firearms Licensing
  • FCSSGA does not support HB 273 Carrying of Firearms
  • FCSSGA does not support HB 6001 Licenses to Carry Concealed Weapons or Firearms
  • FCSSGA does not support HB 6003 Firearms

Educational Opportunities for Florida College System Students

  • FCSSGA supports HB 171 Postsecondary Education for Certain Military Personnel
  • FCSSGA supports HB 187 Postsecondary Education for Secondary Students
  • FCSSGA supports SB 96 Educational Opportunities for Veterans
  • FCSSGA supports SB 418 Workforce Education