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Manhattan Christian College Student Government

Promoting student leadership, stimulating spiritual growth, improving quality of student life, fostering student-faculty cooperation, and encouraging participation in campus activities.

As the StuGov Executive Council, we are so excited for what God has in store for the 2017-2018 Manhattan Christian College school year. Our theme for the year is “UN1TED.” This theme is crucial to the health of the Church and our school. Early Christians saw the Chi Rho (the symbol incorporated in our logo) and knew that they were united with each other because they were united with Christ. We too pray that our campus is united under Christ Jesus. We strive be united with the Church universal, our community, and Kansas State University. We seek to be united as students, staff, and faculty. We stand united in prayer, in worship, and in service. The list goes on and on. So this year, let’s stand UN1TED. We are Manhattan Christian College. We are the body of Christ. UN1TED with each other, UN1TED under Christ Jesus.

United Logo Stu Gov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exec council group photo

Executive Council

Collin Schlotfeldt || Executive Council President
Senior // Worship Ministry and Intercultural Studies // Center Point, Iowa

Cole Kedney || Executive Council Vice President
Junior // Counseling // Overland Park, Kansas

Jenette Follmer || Executive Council Treasurer
Senior // Secondary English Education (KSU) // Earlham, Iowa

Evan Graham || Executive Council Secretary
Junior // Pastoral Ministry and Counseling // Overland Park, Kansas

 

Class Committees

These four committees seek to serve and unite their classes. Events, hangouts, times of worship, day trips, community building all help to form the community that is so important at MCC

Senior class council group photo

Senior Class

Natalie Alton || Senior Class President
Elementary Education (KSU) // Overland Park, Kansas

Shane Herl || Senior Class Vice President
Pastoral Ministry // Topeka, Kansas

Ashlyn Stoll || Senior Class Treasurer
Youth Ministry // Washington, Indiana

Amanda McMenemy || Senior Class Secretary
Youth and Family Ministry // Phoenix, Arizona

 

Junior class council group photo

Junior Class

Russell Wilson || Junior Class President
Youth Ministry // Phoenix, Arizona

Andrew Matthews || Junior Class Vice President
Intercultural Studies // Harrison, Arkansas

Jennifer Tarbutton || Junior Class Treasurer
Youth Ministry, Social Justice, and Intercultural Studies // Wichita, Kansas

Mickinzi Burrow || Junior Class Secretary
Social Justice and Counseling // Bennington, Kansas

 

Sophomore class council group photo

Sophomore Class

Dionne Timken || Sophomore Class President
Pastoral Ministry // Hutchinson, Kansas

Jonathan Andrusak || Sophomore Class Vice President
Social Justice // Salina, Kansas

Jesse Mark || Sophomore Class Treasurer
Finance // Derby, Kansas

Reggie Johannes || Sophomore Class Secretary
Social Justice and Counseling // Marshalltown, Iowa

 

Freshman class council group photo

Freshman Class

Mo Manes || Freshman Class President
Pastoral and Youth Ministry // Olathe, Kansas

Marlee Wilson || Freshman Class Vice President
Intercultural Studies // Phoenix, Arizona

Peyton Miller || Freshman Class Treasurer
Youth Ministry and Counseling // Tulsa, Oklahoma

Caitlyn Cogswell || Freshman Class Secretary
Family Ministry and Human Services // Topeka, Kansas

 

Campus Programming Council

Campus Programming Council is the life of the party. They are responsible for planning social activities and events that happen on the Manhattan Christian College Campus. This includes favorites such as Barn Party, Winter and Spring Banquet, and Skip-Day.
Campus program council group photo

 

Courtney Deist || Chairman
Senior // Elementary Education // Great Bend, Kansas

Cassie Miller    
Sophomore // Counseling and Family Ministry // Lenexa, Kansas

Shaelly Cole
Sophomore // Social Justice and Family Ministry // Salina, Kansas

Nathan Talarico
Sophomore // Worship and Pastoral Ministry // Manhattan, Kansas

 

 

Student Needs

StuNeeds exists to serve the student body as need arrives. This committee seeks ways not only to reactively serve the Manhattan Christian College Student Body in sudden and emergency situations, but also to proactively serve students on a day-to-day basis.
Student needs council group photo

 

Taylor Moody || Chairman
Junior // Children’s and Family Ministry // Hutchinson, Kansas

Meredith Wesley
Sophomore // Relational Communications // Georgia

Brendan Tener
Sophomore // Buisness Administration // Shawnee, Kansas

Ethan Brooks
Sophomore // Intercultural Studies and Counseling // Auckland, New Zealand; Omaha, Nebraska

 

Traditions

Trads is responsible for instilling tradition, encouraging pride in the institution, and recognizing God in the past, present, and future of Manhattan Christian College. Traditions helps make the MCC Athletic experience the best in the conference. #RollThunder

Traditions council group photo

 

Veronica Hernandez || Chairman
Senior // Youth Ministry // Shawnee, Kansas

Zach Price
Senior // Children’s and Youth Ministry // Phoenix, Arizona

Cade Pearson
Sophomore // Management and Conservation (KSU) // Jefferson City, Missouri

Autumn Goucher
Junior // Counseling // Surprise, Arizona

 

Student Spiritual Life Committee

SSLC strives to devise ways to challenge the student body in their Christian faith and encourages them to grow in their relationship with Christ. This is done through prayer meetings, prayer walks, special worship services, and other events, which are planned in order to encourage the student body and push students and staff to look more like Jesus.

Student Spiritual Life council group photo

 

Mary Frances McNellis || Chairman
Junior // Kinesiology // Manhattan, Kansas

Nate May
Junior // Counseling and Spiritual Formation // Kansas City, Missouri

Blake Brunner
Junior // Spiritual Formation // Hutchinson, Kansas

Cassidy Sweet
Junior // Counseling and Social Justice // Salina, Kansas

 

Upcoming Events will be added next semester- nearly everything is done for this year.