Associated Student Government

 

The Associated Student Government shall act as an organized voice for all students of the Hinds Community College, to effectively represent students in the college decision and policy making process and to provide a broad educational experience for students, while promoting citizenship on campus and in the greater community.  In doing so, ASG knowingly and responsibly recognizes the students’ roles in the shared governance of the intuition.

What does ASG do?

ASG represents student issues and ideas, supports campus safety, provide educational, social and political programming for students, strive to improve student relations, and provide opportunities for students to have a great college experience by getting involved.   An active ASG is offered at all six campuses; Raymond, Rankin, Utica and Vicksburg campuses offer ASG Leadership classes that carry one hour of college credit. ASG meets once a week; contact advisor listed below or search for LEA 1811 classes. Meetings of the ASG are led by the officers and the instructor/advisor(s).

ASG


So, why should you join a campus ASG?

1. To influence decisions to improve campus experiences and opportunities

2. To give your opinion on changes you would like to see or help implement on campus

3. To participate in community service projects on and off campus

4. To gain personal and group leadership skills

5. To have fun with fellow students


District ASG

The District Associated Student Government is composed of delegates from each campus senate in which this body meets four times a year and made up of the current presidents and vice presidents of the six student senates.

 

Qualifications for ASG Senators

  • Must be a fulltime student at Hinds Community College

  • Must maintain a Cumulative GPA of 2.7 on a 4.0 scale

  • Must represent a club or organization or commuters on your campus

  • Must maintain a record with no disciplinary actions


ASG Standing Committees

  • Community Service Committee (S.E.R.V.E.)

    The duties of the committee members will be to plan and coordinate community service events for the ASG class on and outside of campus.  Members of this committee are to encourage all senators to be involved in their community and these projects.

    Examples:

    Habitat for Humanity
    Heart WALK
    Community Stewpot
    Tutoring at Raymond Elementary

  • Student Activities Committee (S.A.C.)

    The duties of the Committee members consist of the programming portion of the Associated Student Government. SAC provides social, recreational, and cultural activities to enhance student life on campus. This includes the setting up and taking down of any activities/events as needed by the director.

    Examples:

    Homecoming
    Intramurals
    Hinds Has Talent
     

  • TrafficBehavior Appeals Committee

    The duties of the committee members will be to hear student appeals on parking citations and to make a ruling based on the rules and regulations in the Student Handbook. This committee may also be used to identify and study and traffic/behavior problems that may be occurring on campus.

    Note: Members are required to have Wednesday afternoons at 2:30 p.m. open to hear student appeals in the Dean of Students Office.

  • Public Relations Committee

    The priority of the Public relations Committee is the recruitment of ASG members.  The committee is responsible for the organization of ASG intramural teams, contacting clubs about sending representatives, creating and ordering ASG t-shirts, proofreading ASG articles for the Hindsonian, and for informing the Student Body of ASG endeavors. 

Campus Advisors

If you are interested in ASG, call a campus advisor for more information.

Campus

Contact

Jackson Campus: Academic/Technical Center

Shivochie L. Dinkins, Advisor
601.987.8114

Jermeika Burks, Co-Advisor
601.987.8143

Nursing and Allied Health Center

Mrs. Lajunda Portis
Anderson Hall 254
601.376.4824

Rankin Campus

Mrs. Keri Martin
Administration-Classroom Bldg.
601.936.1808

Raymond Campus

Dr. Tyrone Jackson
Denton Hall 229
601.857.3232

Mr. Ernest Dixon
Sheffield-Woolley Hall
601.857.3548

Mrs. Marnee Tompkins
District Assessment Center
601.857.3852

Ms. Tracey Paul
Hardy-Puryear Hall
601.857.3546

Ms. Vanda Brumfield
Moss Hall 225
601.857.3464

Ms. Amber King
Cain-Cochran Hall 249
601.857.3905

Ms. Simonee Patton
Denton Hall Counseling Office
601.857.3449

Ms. Monette Callaway-Ezell
Brooks Hall 108
601.857.3530

Utica Campus

Dr. Timothy Rush
Walter Washington Hall 132
601.885.7005 

Dr. Tiffany Anderson
Media Technology Building 101F
601.885.7024

Vicksburg/Warren Campus

Mr. Bryan McCachren
Banks Administration Building
601.629.6807