ASHEBORO (May 4, 2018)
RCC student Toni Formato of Denton was elected president of the North Carolina Comprehensive Community College Student Government Association (N4CSGA) at the state conference recently. By virtue of that office, she will also serve as the student representative on the State Board of Community Colleges for the 2018-19 academic year. Formato is enrolled in the Associate in Science (College Transfer) program and currently serves as president of the RCC’s Student Government Association.
RCC students Yasmin Cervantes (left) and Toni Formato were recently elected to statewide offices in the North Carolina Comprehensive Community College Student Government Association. As president of the N4CSGA, Formato will also serve on the State Board of Community Colleges.
RCC student Yasmin Cervantes of Liberty was also elected to serve as secretary of the state group. A Randolph Early College High School student, she serves as secretary/treasurer of RCC’s SGA. Cervantes is enrolled in the Associate in Arts (College Transfer) program.
The N4CSGA is made of up of the Student Government Associations of all 58 community colleges in North Carolina and works to represent the interests of students across the system.
Formato recently graduated from RCC’s Fountain-Luria Student Leadership Academy and is a member of Beta Theta Rho, RCC’s Phi Theta Kappa honor society.
Shane Bryson, RCC’s recruitment and student life specialist, also recognized two students who served this past year on the N4CSGA board, Brandon Watt as special populations chair and Katie Melvin as secretary.
For more information on the N4CSGA, go to http://n4csga.net/.