Student Government Association (SGA)
United Tribes Technical College (UTTC) recognizes the importance of the student’s voice and encourages the participation of students in the student government. The Student Government Association (SGA) is comprised of representatives from each of the academic programs. Elections from the membership at large are held annually for the following offices: student body president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer.
The SGA has an annual budget and two advisors.
The SGA is the governing and legislative board of the student body. It serves as the primary representative of the student interests in policy formation and as an intermediary between the administration, student body, and faculty. The SGA also serves to represent the UTTC students as members of the campus and Bismarck/Mandan communities.
Student Government Meetings
Meetings are open to students, faculty, and staff on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month in the Student Union upper level in the Wellness Center, at noon.
To contact Student Government Association officers and advisors, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join our Zoom Meetings every 1st and 3rd Wednesday:
SGA Suggestion Box:
Please share with us your suggestions, complaints, and ideas regarding your United Tribes Technical College experience. Every change big or small requires two things, an idea, and people. Simply sharing an idea or even a concern is the first step in creating change on our campus. Change cannot happen with a single person. With your help and your ideas, we can all make United Tribes Technical College into not just a College but our home.
United Tribes Technical College Students may use this anonymous form to submit suggestions, complaints, and ideas to the United Tribes Technical College Student Government Association for change we can advocate for on campus.
While the form can be submitted anonymously, you can also provide your name and contact information (below) if you would like a direct response regarding your suggestion.
SGA Suggestion Box
UTTC Teacher Education Student Professional Education Council (SPEC)
The United Tribes Technical College Teacher Education Student Professional Education Council’s purpose and role is to build effective professionals who engage in campus and community-based activities that advance pre-service educators for a global and diverse society. Embedded in the Council is the philosophy of preparing competent, caring teachers.
The UTTC Thunder Society seeks to enhance and maintain Indigenous culture within the UTTC community. We seek to incorporate cultural values into our educational experience. We encourage all students, staff, faculty, and families to part take in events.
Human & Social Services Club (HSS)
The purpose of the Student Association of Human Services is to provide any kind of help in addictions, counseling, and be of assistance to others in the community and on campus activities for a global and diverse society. The philosophy is being of service to others of any racial, ethnic, or background.
The purpose of Welding Club is to encourage students at UTTC in obtaining a degree or certificate; to raise funds to be used for student activities and educational related functions; develop assertive citizenship with the spirit of service toward improving human relationships; and to support student educational opportunities in the field of Welding Technology.
American Indigenous Business Leaders (AIBL)
AIBL’s goal is to stimulate American Indians’ interest in pursuing a business education to assist in the area of tribal economic development. AIBL’s chapter objectives are designed to encourage student interest through educational, community service and social activities.
The Automotive Club seeks to encourage students at UTTC in obtaining a degree or certificate; to raise funds to be used for student activities and educational related functions; develop assertive citizenship with the spirit of service toward improving human relationships; and to support student educational opportunities in the field of Automotive technology.
Criminal Justice Club (CJ)
The UTTC Criminal Justice Club’s purpose is to promote interest in the field of Criminal Justice among students concentrating in this area and increase awareness. The CJ Club cultivates criminal justice ideas on campus and provides opportunities for members to get involved in the different career fields available upon graduation. Initiating programs and hosting social events that highlight the criminal justice field through recreational activities are some of the events the CJ Club will host in order to increase student interest and create a relationship with the community.
American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)
The UTTC AISES chapter is formed to advance the objectives of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society; hereafter called the Society, in its own geographical location, which are as follows: To nurture building of community by bridging science and technology with traditional native values. Through its educational programs, AISES provides opportunities for other academic arenas. The trained professionals then become technologically informed leaders within the Indian community. AISES’s ultimate goal is to be a catalyst for the advancement of American Indians as they seek to become self-reliant and self-determined members of society.