Senior Class Council

Constructing the Legacy of the Class of 2020

Class Council President

Patrick Martin

Major: Economics and Political Science

Hometown: Miami, FL

Campus Involvement: FSU University Ambassadors, Alpha Kappa Psi professional fraternity, DeVoe L. Moore Center for Economic Research - Policy Intern

Why Legacy: Legacy is composed of normal students with leadership experience. People forget that SGA is just a tool to help students. It's easy to get 'lost in the sauce', as many people feel SGA people have become. Legacy stands out in this race as a true grassroots operation with no pre-existing network of support.

Favorite Platform Point: Student involvement is my main platform point. With over 700 clubs here at FSU, there's no reason why anybody should feel lonely. I want the class of 2020's legacy to make it easier than ever for the next class of freshmen to get involved!

Fun Fact: My father is an immigrant who came here from Spain in 1980 with nothing but two briefcases (one full of books) and $300.

Major: Psychology, focus in Clinical Research

Hometown: Riverview, FL

Campus Involvement: Black Male Initiative: Board of Directors, 70th seat Student Senator, Sophomore Class Council: Member at Large, FSU's Florida Reading Research Facility: Student intern, Pre-Health Living Learning Community: Representative, Vires Torch Award winner

Why Legacy: I choose Legacy because here I can align myself with a team of leaders who strive to not only build excellence but make it accessible. It only takes a few passionate people to make a huge impact and with Legacy, I know FSU's community will see a new wave of student involvement and achievement.

Favorite Platform Point: Academics. I believe we have a talented student body who deserve to be recognized. I also believe as a student body, we should have a unified voice in holding FSU accountable for continually providing an excellent education. With Legacy, I see those points becoming a reality.

Fun Fact: I've traveled to 12 different countries!

Bryce Nichols

Class Council Vice-President

Class Council Secretary

Julia McFadden

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Major: Actuarial Science -> Social Entrepreneurship

Hometown: Viera, FL

Campus Involvement: Progressive Black Men inc.: Treasurer, Chair Positons: Membership, Fundraising, Service trip, Black Student Union: Finance Director, Renegade Leadership Honor Society: Founding Treasurer, Alpha Kappa Psi professional fraternity, International Association of Black Actuaries: Recruitment Chair, Golden Torch: Member, Gamma Iota Sigma: Member

Why Legacy: I want to leave a legacy of student enrichment through the engagement of students in campus involvement and the education of financial literacy from students. I want to empower students to realize their leadership potential and give them the tools to achieve financial freedom beyond their college career.

Favorite Platform Point: Financial Literacy seminar held at orientation. Replacing a Gen Ed requirement with a financial literacy course.

Fun Fact: I've been growing my hair since tenth grade.

Class Council Treasurer

J.R. Houston

What does the Senior Class Council do?

From: 302.5 of the Student Body Statutes, found here

 

Duties and Responsibilities of the Class Councils

A. Senior Class Council

1. The SrCC shall strive to keep all Seniors informed and apprised of all graduation requirements and dead lines.

2. The SrCC shall raise funds for the Senior Class gift.

3. The SrCC shall provide programming to build community and pr ide for graduating year and/or b enefit of the members of the Senior Class.

4. The SrCC shall meet at least twice a month.

5. The SrCC shall provide guidance and information to the Junior and Sophomore Class Councils and students of the university who are interested in being a part of the entity.

6. The SrCC shall work with the Homecoming Executive Council to choose and present a gift on behalf of their class to the President of Florida State University during the Homecoming Faculty and Staff reception in the Fall

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