Eucharia Ganda, President
I joined Student Government because I love the University of Michigan-Flint and I’d like for other student to truly grab those opportunity that I had (scholarships, jobs, organizations and networking). I want to help my fellow student to have a lasting and memorable experienced by advocating and representing them in every committee I am on.
As a person in power at my university I want to empower those around me. As student leaders, we must lead with principle and dignity. It is our job to stand up for what is right and to support movements and organization working to create a community that is empowered and well represented.
Entering my senior year, I have reflected on my experience here as a student. The University of Michigan-Flint has been good to me and I want to help make it even better for future students. I believe that we should leave places better than they were when we found them. Being a member of Student Government allows me to have a positive impact on our great university.
I have been a student and a student organization leader for last 3 years at University of Michigan-Flint. I have seen a void between the student government and students. I joined student government to work with the best of my abilities to reach out to larger student population and give a bigger and better support to students.
I joined student government to be more involved on campus and to learn more about Flint. Now I do it to bring light to issues on our campus and represent the students who face them every day.
I joined student government because I had a role last year as a senator and thought I helped make a positive impact on the University. I also want to continue to help push UM-Flint in a good direction where there is no stigma associated with the campus. By joining student government, I also feel like I am serving the students by bridging the gap between faculty/staff with students.
I joined last fall as a freshman wanting to make my university experience one that was prolifically busy and memorable. I found myself wanting to join something outside of my academics that would simultaneously surround myself around likeminded go-getters. I stumbled upon student government through a peer and joined with the intention to contribute my time into an organization filled with a diverse group of individuals that were motivated to be a part of something bigger than themselves.