Spring General Election


Student Government exists as an integral part of the College’s governance. It is the official representation of the RCTC student body and represents the students’ rights and views to all RCTC stakeholders. Student Government works to annually approve the Student Life budget, set the Student Life Fee, and govern all new and existing student clubs on campus. View the Constitution and By-laws. Current officers and additional information can be found under Student Government.


Student President: William Fulton

Student Vice President: Maimuna Aden

Student Treasurer: Grace Gora

View a full breakdown of the election results


The Spring General Election will take place April 5th-6th. Any currently enrolled RCTC student had the ability to vote in the General Election. This is a chance to elect the right student leaders to represent you, the students! Voting will always take place through a secure D2L online platform. Follow these simple instructions to access the vote:

  1. Access rctc.learn.minnstate.edu and log into D2L with your StarID
  2. Click “View All Courses”
  3. Find and enter the course titled “Student Government Spring Election 2021”
  4. Click Content and Materials to read the candidate biographies
  5. Click Assessments and Vote to vote in the election


Student Vice President and Student Treasurer. All Executive Officer position descriptions can be found in the Student Government Constitution. Benefits of being an Officer include, but are not limited to:

  • All Executive Officer positions are paid
  • Travel opportunities for LEAD MN and student government conferences
  • Leadership training and development
  • Learning about local, state, and national politics
  • Networking with students, staff, faculty, and administrators
  • Gaining applicable life skills to help you succeed in, and beyond, college
  • Making noticeable change and impact at RCTC
  • Creating a network of friends

If you are interested in running for a position, please complete this Intent to Run Form by Friday, April 2nd


Candidates may campaign on campus and will be regulated by the Elections Handbook.