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Alesha Holland, Student Body President
Alesha Holland, Student Body President

Greetings Eagle Family!

On behalf of the North Carolina Central University Student Government Association, I would like to welcome all new Eagles to the sloping hills and verdant greens of our illustrious North Carolina Central University. The Student Government Association (SGA) looks forward to building relationships with the entire student body and your needs. I hope you are ready for an exhilarating extracurricular and academic year ahead.

The goal of the Holland–Bordeaux Administration for the 2016-17 academic year consists of four parts. We will start by putting students first. We believe that students are the true heartbeat of the university and we want your voices will be heard. Our goal is to work closely with university administrators, faculty and staff to foster strong partnerships and provide a positive student experience. We will broaden our scope of Eagle Excellence and promote HBCU unity throughout the year with specific programming and activities. Lastly, we will foster and cultivate relationships with the alumni and the university to ensure a brighter future for students and our community.

The SGA will remain focused on the University’s motto of “Truth and Service” as well as uphold this administration’s theme of “Revamping Eagle Pride.” All we ask in return is that you trust and support us as we strive towards enhancing our campus! 

Please feel free to contact SGA at (919) 530-6107 or by email at sgapresident@nccu.edu or stop by the SGA office located in the Alfonso Elder Student Union, suite 110. We are excited about the opportunity to serve you!

Thank you in advance for your cooperation and support.  

Alesha Holland, 

Student Body President, 2016-2017

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