Student Government (ASCOA)

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The Associated Students of College of  Alameda (ASCOA) have formed a student government designed  to assist and improve campus environment. 

 

Goals for the 2016-2017 school year of :

  1. Raise Campus Spirit and Build a Stronger Community
  2. Increase Activities Around Campus
  3. Improve Campus Infrastructure
  4. Retention and Persistence

Join A.S.C.O.A.

BENEFITS OF JOINING ASCOA:

  • Represent the students’ views in the shared governance process.
  • Opportunity to build leadership and public speaking skills.
  • A chance to expand your network and develop professional relationships.
  • Travel to state and national leadership conferences to represent College of Alameda.
  • Gain experience and build your resume.
  • Scholarship opportunities.
To apply, go to http://tinyurl.com/ascoaapply2017 (Spring 2017)

https://www.facebook.com/groups/associatedstudentsCOA/

Election & Voting (2017-2017 Academic Year)

Student Government Applications available Monday, February 13th, 2017

If elected, you will serve your campus during the 2017 – 2018 academic year.

We invite and encourage all students to participate in this election season.

 

Application deadline:

Thursday, March 9th,2017 @5pm (ALL documents must be turned in)

 


*please see candidate timeline for IMPORTANT deadlines and meetings all candidates must be aware of.

Important documents for candidates: (select hyperlinks below)
1. Application
2. Timeline
3. Petition (must also be turned in to the Campus Life Office Rm151)
4. Resumes must be submitted via e-mail to the Campus Life Director at campuslifedirectorbcc@gmail.com
5. Constitution – this is a great place to find out more about what is expected of each position


VOTING!

Voting will take place online will be April 3rd – 19th, 2017. – more information to come soon
There will also be 2 days to vote on campus – Please look out for updates on the dates and location

 

For additional information or questions, please contact the Office of Student Activities and Campus Life.

F – Building, Room F-217 (510) 748-2327