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Student Government Association

Executive Council

The Executive Council is the governing body of the Student Government Association.

The Executive Council is the governing body of the Student Government Association. It includes the President, Vice President, Business Manager, Chief Justice, and Chief of Staff. If you see an issue on campus, have an idea for improvement, or questions, contact one of these students! 

Rachel Smith


  • Hometown: Memphis, TN
  • Major: Literature and History
  • Classification: Senior
  • Office Hours: 1:30 - 2:30 on Mondays
  • Involvement: Member of Laguna Social Tribe, charter member of Amicus Pre-Law Society, Writing Center tutor, Board member, Collegian contributor, and Honors student.

“I am honored to serve as this year’s SGA president. Mississippi College is home to the warmest community, and I hope to give back to such a beautiful campus by serving its students and administration with dedication and hard work. I aim to create an inclusive environment for all unheard voices on campus and I promise to respect this institution, what it stands for, and its students by serving with my whole heart. My highest goal, however, is to exemplify Christ in my leadership position and with every decision I make.”

Dylan Robertson

Vice President

  • Hometown: Ball, LA

  • Major: Christian Studies

  • Classification: Senior

  • Office Hours: 11 - 12 on Tuesdays and Thursdays

  • Involvement: Orientation Director, FYE, Dance Marathon

“I am looking forward to working with the SGA Senate and how we can change this great campus for the better. I want to listen to the needs of MC’s campus and see how we can fix these issues in a way that helps grow everyone together and better our atmosphere. I also want to be a voice and an ear for those who are afraid to speak or for those who think that no one is listening.”

Caleb Hall

Chief Justice


  • Hometown: Cumming, GA 

  • Major: Administration Of Justice- Homeland Security 

  • Classification: Senior

  • Office Hours: 1:30 - 3:30 on Tuesdays

  • Involvement: Men's Cross Country & Track, Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), SGA

“As your Chief Justice, I will fight for justice, transparency, and equality for our student body. I will take on my position with honesty and openness so that those working with me and the student body are well informed and can trust I will make the right choice. My overall goal is to have a positive impact within our school & outside the community, assist in making sound changes within the student body, and continue the hard work done by the previous administration.”

Abby McCoy

Business Manager


  • Hometown: Southaven, MS

  • Major: Elementary Education

  • Minor: Servant Leadership

  • Endorsement: Special Education 

  • Classification: Junior

  • Office Hours: 12 - 1 on Mondays

  • Involvement: Kissimee Social Tribe, Student Director of First Year Experience, SCOUT, Presidential Ambassador, Orientation Leader, Welcome Week Crew, Homecoming Committee, Dance Marathon Committee

“It is such an honor to be Mississippi College's new SGA Business Manager! I believe God will use me in this role, and I can only hope to be a good vessel for Him! I am excited to begin working alongside the other members of the Executive Council, all who have amazing qualities that equip them perfectly for their respective roles. MC is an incredible place with people who are like my family, and in this position I want to serve them and our school as much as I can.”

Jameson Cook

Chief of Staff


  • Hometown: Canton, MS

  • Major: Biology Medical Sciences

  • Minors: Biochemistry & Business Administration

  • Classification: Junior

  • Office Hours: 12 - 1 on Mondays

  • Involvement: Campus Traditions Board Director, Member of Rotaract Men’s Service Club, Pre-Dental Association Member, SMACS Chemistry Club Member, Presidential Trustee, Orientation Leader, Welcome Week Leader, and Member of the Biology Research Program

“I am excited to be Mississippi College’s Chief of Staff for the 2022-2023 school year. I want to use this position to give back as much as I can to MC because it has already given so much to me. I will serve and aid any and all of our student body’s needs. Most importantly, I will do my best to exemplify Christ-like character and show His love to all on this campus. We have something so special here at MC and I pray that you will help us not only preserve it, but continue to refine it.”