Student Government

Student Government

The Associated Students of Clark College (ASCC) Student Government advocates and represents the students of Clark College by serving as the liaison between students and faculty, staff, administration, and the community. By involving students at the college they seek to enhance the community through leadership, respect for difference, engagement and service.

The ASCC Student Government is recognized by the Board of Trustees as the sole representative body of Clark College students. It is the responsibility of the ASCC Student Government to:

2023-2024 ASCC Student Government


ASCC President 

Emma Sturm


As ASCC President, it is my goal to serve as a liaison between students and faculty by ensuring that students feel heard and represented. I also aspire to help students reach their fullest potential by providing them with all the necessary resources and tools they need to succeed. Currently, I am in my second year at Clark and am working toward obtaining an Associate in Science with a focus in computer science. My hobbies include digital painting, crafting, and playing video games.


ASCC Vice President 

Elizabeth Swift



ASCC Club Coordinator



ASCC Finance Director 

Hassana Alnajjar


In my leadership role, I will help students by answering questions,  providing directions, and working hard to be sure that all students get the best out of Clark College. I will always be there to help as needed so please don’t hesitate to reach out! My area of study is Business Administration. My hobbies include watching TV, knitting, being outside, and reading. I hope your days are filled with light and beauty.

Alex Rose

ASCC Executive Assistant 

Alex Rose 



ASCC Civics & Sustainability Director

Tammy Pham 


For the 2023–2024 academic year, I will be serving the students of Clark as the ASCC Civics & Sustainability Director. As my role suggests, I am the person to go to for anything voting related, and the same applies to the Penguin Pantry. I will do everything in my power to assist anyone in need; so, feel free to treat me like a walking Clark College encyclopedia. Admittedly, I am not particularly knowledgeable about our campus’ history, but I know the campus map and resources like the back of my hand. My goal is to help people achieve their definition of success at Clark no matter what. Much like my peers within the ASCC, I will be entering my second year at Clark, and I plan to get my AA Transfer degree with a focus on political science. Some hobbies I partake in are creative writing, floral design, gaming, and yoga.


ASCC Student Relations & Promotions Coordinator 

Nushi Alam


As the Student Relations & Promotions Coordinator, I work to promote student activities on campus and on social media. If  students have questions about promoting activities, I am the person to go to! This is my second year at Clark, and I am excited to see where it leads. I am currently on the pre-nursing track to receive an RN and hopefully receive a BSN in the future. Some of my favorite hobbies are playing video games, reading, and playing guitar.

What does each position entail?

ASCC Student Government Job Descriptions


ASCC Student Government Leader Requirements

Minimum Qualifications


Applications Process

You will need:

For more information, contact:

ASCC Vice President, Elizabeth Swift at 

If you need accommodation due to a disability in order to fully participate in these events contact Clark College's Disability Support Services Office at (360) 992-2314 or (360) 991-0901 VP, or visit Penguin Union Building room 013, ASAP