The ASLCC, also known as student government, works to create an interactive, fun and welcoming campus environment for all students and community members.

ASLCC student leaders are the voice of the students to the administration. They serve on several committees and work to make sure students are front and center in the decision-making process. The ASLCC Student Activities Board also plans yearly campus events and activities.

Join ASLCC 2018-19!

ASLCC applications are open for 2018-19.

All positions are filled through a selection process that includes an application, interview, and final determination by a committee consisting of current ASLCC officers and Student Activities staff. ASLCC officers must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 and must be registered for at least 10 credits each quarter in office. ASLCC student leaders typically work around 12-16 hours a week and are paid $11.50/hour.

To learn more about ASLCC and the selection process, mark your calendar to attend an Information Session:

  Info Session #1: Friday, April 6, 9-10 am, Student Center Conference Rooms

  Info Session #2: Wednesday, April 11, 12-1 pm, Student Center Cafeteria

  Info Session #3: Thursday, April 19, 4-5 pm, Student Center Conference Rooms

  Info Session #4: Monday, April 23, 2-3 pm, Clubs & Orgs Room (STC 2nd Floor)

If you have any questions about the selections process please contact Paz Clearwater, Director of Student Programs at 360.442.2443 or

Return all application materials to the Student Activities office no later than 5 pm on Tuesday, May 1, 2018.

  Offices are located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center
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Meet your ASLCC Officers

Get to know your student government representatives. Find contact information and past meeting minutes.

Executive Council

The council is made up of ASLCC officers, but all students, staff, and faculty are welcome and encouraged to attend meetings and give input.

Tech Fee Committee

This committee is made up of 6 students and 4 college representatives. They determine where to spend funds generated through a technology fee paid by all students.

Contact Student Programs & Activities

Stop by the Student Programs & Activities office located on the second floor of the Student Center during regular business hours (M – F: 8 am – 5 pm) for information about clubs, student government, student awards and other student information.

 Paz Clearwater, Interim Director


 Justin Ford, Coordinator


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