FCC Freshman Class Council

What is the Freshman Class Council (FCC)?

Freshman Class Council is a program run by GCU’s on-campus student government, ASGCU, and provides members of the freshman class the opportunity to be involved in student leadership. Members of FCC will participate in weekly meetings with their directors that focus on identifying different aspects and styles of leadership and professionalism, facilitating relationships between student leader mentors and members of FCC, and providing a hands on experience to planning events and representing the freshman class. FCC is a voluntary position and members will not be compensated.


  • Freshman status (according to the number of completed college credits or first year of college)
  • Available Wednesday nights from 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM, as well as a number of other predetermined dates that will be presented once hired
  • Willing and excited to serve their class and be a part of ASGCU

Want to apply?

If you have any questions, or would like to learn more about FCC, stop by the Freshman Class Council Info Meeting on Thursday, August 31 at 5 PM in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Building (Room 6-105/107).

The 2017-2018 FCC Applications HAVE CLOSED and will reopen the Fall of 2018.

FCC Directors


Jake DeYoung

FCC Director

Jake DeYoung is a 2015-2016 FCC alumnus beginning his junior year as an Information Technology major, and returning for his second year on ASGCU. He is a huge tech-nerd, being an IT major as well as a technician and analyst for GCU’s IT department. Jake loves Jesus, music, and coffee. The chances of finding him in the coffee shop are pretty high.

Contact: jacob.deyoung2@gcu.edu


Emily Treguboff

FCC Director

Emily Treguboff is a 2015-2016 FCC alumna beginning her junior year as a Government major, and returning for her second year on ASGCU. During her free time, she loves trying different foods and teas. She adores dogs (specifically Pembroke Corgis), playing the piano, and Harry Potter. Emily takes pride in the fact that she’s read each Harry Potter book seven times; she is also known for brewing a mean cup of tea.

Contact: emily.treguboff@gcu.edu