SGA announces their 2024-25 Student Body President and Vice President

April 9, 2024 by Marie Spencer

The Student Government Association (SGA) will inaugurate the 2024-25 president-elect and vice president-elect at 6 p.m., April 15 in the UC grand room. The student body president-elect is Aaron Hoyle-Rivera and the vice president-elect is Jarrod Seifert.

Aaron Hoyle-Rivera is a second-year student studying criminal justice and psychology. In addition to SGA, Hoyle-Rivera is involved on campus as a Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity brother, the interfraternity council vice president of communications and a counselor for Camp Kesem.  

Hoyle-Rivera also served as the SGA secretary at Cleveland Community College, where he earned his associate degree. “The passion for SGA and advocating for students is still something that is within me,” he said.  

As president-elect, Hoyle-Rivera hopes to promote advocacy, engagement and connection within SGA and the campus. He plans to accomplish this goal by promoting SGA on social media, building a diverse executive board and ensuring all branches of SGA remain focused on advocating for students. 

“I also want to make sure that students know what SGA does,” Hoyle-Rivera said. He hopes to promote SGA and its lesser-known goals to students. 

Hoyle-Rivera also plans to work with RSOs to expand their presence and engagement on campus. He hopes to represent the underrepresented RSOs and give them the resources and materials necessary to be successful. This will include supplemental funding to help RSOs thrive.