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A Message From Your SGA President and Vice-President

  As we embark on another promising academic year, the Moricette-Antenor Administration would like to welcome all of the incoming and returning Rattlers to Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU). Founded on October 3, 1887, FAMU is one of the best historically black colleges and universities in the nation. This institution boasts a rich history of monumental achievements and continues to break barriers for minorities in every field imaginable. Our university is comprised of 14 colleges and schools that adequately prepare our students to be trailblazers in their respective fields of study. We have an extensive network of faculty, staff, and alumni who are ready to support and guide Rattlers their four-year matriculation. Additionally, the Student Government Association (SGA) is here to support the necessities of our Rattlers and provide an incomparable experience here at FAMU.

Since its establishment in 1959, the SGA has been spearheaded by a great variety of leaders and administrative priorities. However, one focal objective remained synonymous, “To uphold student processes and defend student rights.” The Moricette- Antenor Administration is truly excited to contribute to this great legacy of leadership. With three branches of government, our administration is full of capable student leaders who strive to uphold a standard of excellence both in and out of the classroom environment. We are dedicated to our respective roles and stand on common ground to address campus-wide concerns. We will ensure that our actions and decisions are in tuned with the desires of our constituents. We encourage the student body to engage in student processes by attending SGA functions, SGA meetings, and initiating open dialogues with student leadership. This avenue of interaction is conducive to a campus environment that promotes growth and intellectual progress.

In essence, the Moricette-Antenor administration will embody the SGA’s motto of “Leadership and Service” and our expectations do not stray far from that mantra. We promised to make significant improvements to student access, accountability, academia and advocacy; as well as provide creative services that will benefit the student body. These objectives are essential elements to the formula for student success. As the greatest stakeholders of the university, we can never minimize the power of the student voice but rather enhance it. This can only be accomplished when we all put aside our differences and stand Stronger Together for the betterment of our university! Best wishes throughout the semester and remember, “Forward Always, Backwards Never, FAMU Today, FAMU Tomorrow, FAMU Forever.”

Rattler Regards

Rochard Moricette | Student Body President and University Trustee

Natalie Antenor | Student Body Vice- President

Student Government Association | Executive Branch

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Memorandums & Executive Orders

Executive Branch Cabinet 05.13.2019 

Judicial Branch Appointments and Outlook 07.16.2019

Executive Order 01

Executive Order 02

Judicial Branch Appointments 08.24.2019

Executive Order 03

      Memorandum 09.04.2019 

     Memorandum 09.12.2019   

   Memorandum 09.16.2019

  Memorandum 09.20.2019 

 Memorandum 10.06.2019 

Memorandum 10.28.2019

SGA President University Reports

University Report 001 

University Report 002

     Executive Branch Meeting Agendas

 Executive Branch Meeting Minutes