The Associated Students of Clark College (ASCC) oversees a variety
of activities and services which enhance the educational experience
of the College's 12,500 students, and manages student fees which fund activities for 35 campus clubs and programs.
If you are enrolled in courses at Clark College, you are a member
of the ASCC. The ASCC Executive Council is recognized by the Board
of Trustees as the sole representative body of Clark College students.
Executive Council officers gain valuable leadership and executive
level experience such as leadership training, decision making, fiscal
management and conflict management. Student government also keeps
students informed about administrative or legislative policies that
directly affect the student body.
It is the responsibility of the ASCC Executive Council to:
Provide representation of student interest, needs and well-being
within the college community;
Provide opportunities for individual leadership development
and for group participation;
Initiate and coordinate student activities;
Foster cooperative relationships among the students, faculty,
staff, administration and community; and
Affirm and support the Clark College Mission, Vision, and Values
elections and appointments are held each spring to select officers
for the up-coming year. To learn how you can join, contact
an ASCC officer