Student Organizations

Although formal learning is the most important enterprise at Reid State Technical College (RSTC), the college recognizes the valuable learning and growth in students also occur through non- academic activities. As a RSTC student, you will be encouraged to participate in the nonacademic activities designed to help you develop intellectually and socially. You will interact with fellow students, faculty, and other staff members to improve your communication and leadership skills. RSTC offers a wide variety of cultural, recreational, political, and entertainment experiences for every student to find something appropriate to his or her needs. For more information about student organizations in general, contact the Student Activities Director Ms. Vivian Fountain in the Administration Building.

Student Government Association

The Student Government Association (SGA), a body of student representatives and officers elected by the students, is the coordinating body for all student activities approved by the college. Its purpose is to foster your interest and involvement in all aspects of college citizenship and to encourage your involvement in important decisions affecting students so that the general welfare of the College is improved.

The Reid State Technical College Student Government Association is involved in and concerned with the operation of Reid State, and its members provide a valuable communication link between faculty and administration and the student body. The SGA is also responsible for fund-raising activities, assisting with graduation ceremonies, and recruiting.

The officers of the SGA are elected annually during Fall semester and consist of the following: President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. 2014-2015 SGA Officers are (L to R) Clarissa Walden (President), Valery Morris (Vice-President), Courtney Brown (Secretary), and Nancy Hardee (Treasurer).

The RSTC Renaissance Team

The RSTC Renaissance Team serves as college ambassadors for Reid State Technical College activities and public events. Team members receive a one-year leadership scholarship that covers tuition costs. Renaissance Team members are selected annually at the beginning of the Fall semester. Applications will be accepted in the spring based on availability. Students must be enrolled in a degree/certificate program of at least on year to qualify. The 2014-2015 renaissance Team Members are (L to R) Sheran Oglesby (Vice-president), Shirley Maye (president), Debra Turner (Secretary), Shuterica Lipscomb, Rose Madden (Publicity Chairman), and Ericka McDonald (Treasurer).

100 Hwy 83,
Evergreen, AL 36401

(251) 578-1313

American Recovery &
Reinvestment Act
Accredited By:
Reid State Technical College
is accredited by the
Council on Occupational Education

7840 Roswell Road,
Building 300, Suite 325
Atlanta, GA 30350,

Telephone (Local): 770-396-3898
Fax: 770-396-3790
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Reid State affords equal opportunity to all employees and applicants for admission or employment regardless of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age or disability. Reid State will make reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. Questions concerning Title IX or the Americans with Disabilities Act should be directed to Dr. Tangela Purifoy at 251-578-1313 ext. 151.
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