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Student Life Organizations

Student Government Association (SGA)

SGA is the official voice of the student body. The Association encourages self-government, promotes responsibility, loyalty, and cooperation among students, faculty, and the administration. Meetings are open to all students and are held biweekly. The Student Government Executive Board consists of a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and a Student Trustee. Membership includes senators elected from the Student Association (all registered NSCC students) and the Presidents of each subsidiary organization (Program Council, Performing Arts Council and The Pennon).

For more information, contact Brian Falter at (978) 762-4000 x6220 or bfalter@northshore.edu.


The Pennon

The Pennon is printed and distributed monthly while classes are in session. It keeps students informed, entertained and up to date on campus and local issues. The Pennon welcomes letters, articles, and poetry from all students, faculty and staff. Photography layouts, news and reports on College events are produced solely by the Pennon staff and journalism classes. Meetings are held weekly.

Visit the Pennon web page.

For more information, contact Matthew Woods at (978) 762-4000 x6228 or matwoods@northshore.edu.


Performing Arts Council

The Performing Arts Council is a student organization that provides a wide array of creative opportunities for the entire college community. The PAC fosters individuality, and all of our members are encouraged to discover their artistic voice in a supportive environment. Anyone can become involved with the PAC. Current students, alumni, NSCC staff, faculty and community members are all welcome - with students receiving particular favor.

In addition to producing one main-stage production each semester, PAC sposors ongoing performance arts events on and off-campus. Individual participation can be as simple as attending a PAC sponsored event or as involved as planning a full semester of artistic opportunities.

Advisor: Matthew Woods, Performing Arts Coordinator. Room LW171 Phone: (781) 593-6722 x6228.


Program Council

Program Council plans and coordinates a variety of social, cultural and entertainment programs for the entire college community. Students are provided opportunities to learn more about budgets, advertising and agents. Past activities have include Laser Tag, Bruins/Red Sox Tickets and Theme Festivals.

For more information, contact Brian Falter at (978) 762-4000 x6220 or bfalter@northshore.edu.


For more information please contact Lisa Milso at (978) 762-4000 x6242.

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