Student Government Association
All Student Government Association groups are collectively overseen by the Office of Community Life helping provide guidance for students and a clear vision for the institutions on campus student life.
The Student Government Association is comprised of class councils; freshman, sophomore, juinior, senior, and commuter, as well as an executive council that sits the Student Body President and 6 other executive student staff positions. The SGA oversees the 20 student clubs and ministries, intramural sports, campus activities, and the student publications- the Veritas newspaper and Nautilus yearbook. Through events, organizations, and programs, the SGA seeks to create experiences that build lasting community on campus by encouraging students cultivate their interests and passions by getting involved on campus.
As we strive to honor God, we aim to encourage, empower, and serve the community of ENC by inspiring students to seek out opportunities and find their ‘why’.
Student Government Executive Council
Student Body President
Major: History and Secondary Education
Vice President and Director of Finance
Major: Social Work
Director of Organizations and Operations
Major: Business Management
Director of Student Events
Major: Business Management and Finance
Director of Spiritual Life
Major: Youth Ministry
Director of Recreational Life
Major: Sports Management
Director of Publicity
Debuting in 1922, the Nautilus has become an Eastern Nazarene College a tradition. Nautilus has been the cornerstone for preserving student history from the “Who’s Who” of graduates to noteworthy underclassmen attendees.
The 1922 edition of the Nautilus, with its loose leather binding, contained literary pieces from the student perspective as well as personal descriptions of graduating seniors written by well-known President and key founder Bertha Munro. Today, the Nautilus staff is dedicated to carrying out the publication’s long tradition of recording history to the page through photography, graphic design, literary media, journalism, and even videography.
The Veritas Student Newspaper has been the voice of ENC’s students since its founding in 1933. Today, the paper continues to highlight the latest happenings both on campus and in the greater Boston area. A team of talented student editors and writers contributes to the paper helping present a well-rounded view.
For more information about clubs and organizations click here.