The Associated Students of Lower Columbia College (ASLCC) represent the needs of students to faculty and administration. The Executive Council plays an active role in campus activities, supporting clubs, athletics, entertainment, and campus-wide special events.
Student Center Remodel
A $223,000 remodel of the Student Center second floor, completed in Spring 2012, was funded by the ASLCC. Improvements include roomier student government offices, study cubicles, banks of computers for student use, two massage chairs and more comfortable seating. "It's warm, inviting, comfortable", said Running Start student Kate Robbins.
Working for You
Your ASLCC represents committees responsible for State Technology Fees, Budget, Awards, Elections, Documents Review and Grievance. Other committees include:
- Academic Standards
- Instructional Support Services
- Leadership Team
- Student Services Council
- January - June: Humanities Washington Lecture Series - an educational lecture series presented by the Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau, an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to sparking conversation and critical thinking.
- April - June: The Real World Speaking Series - a speaking series on everything you need to know to survive in the "real world," from buying a car to landing the perfect job and purchasing a home.
Mark Your Calendar
Suicide Prevention Out of the Darkness Campus Walk, Saturday, March 8, 2014.
ASLCC coordinates events throughout the school year, including Harvest Fest, Red Devil Days and various Club activities. Check back often for event listings.
Students in Washington DC
Suicide Prevention Week 2013
Student Center Remodel & Grand Opening
Red Devil Days
Back to School Week
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Students interested in becoming ASLCC members should contact an ASLCC officer. Executive Council is open to all LCC students. However, students enrolled in fewer than eight credits, excluding Leadership and Student Government credits, or those enrolled on audit status, cannot be voting members.
Student Government Offices
Located in Student Center, Rooms 209 and 210. Hours vary; call
or stop by in person.
Meeting minutes for the Executive Council and Tech Fee Committee are available at Meeting Minutes.
Awards and Honors
Hall of Honors, established by the ASLCC, pays tribute to one current student who has brought distinguished recognition to the college.
Clubs and Organizations
Successful students are involved in their education both in and out of the classroom. At LCC, there are a variety of ways to be involved. Consider joining a student club or organization.
- How to Start a Club? see Start a Club
- For Club Advisors: instructions on how to reserve entertainment and rooms, how to make travel arrangements, and related tasks see:
ASLCC: Instructions for Club Advisors (also opens Performance Agreement Contract)
Forms and Documents