Associated Students

The Associated Students of Mt. San Antonio College are Mt. SAC students who have paid the current Student Activities Fee. Associated Students, otherwise known as student government, is recognized as the official student voice on all college issues. A.S. Officers serve to promote and protect the diverse needs of the student population, enhance the awareness of student concerns, and foster leadership and involvement in the campus community.  

 

AS Student Leaders Fall 2016
Student Government

Are you interested in being a student-leader? Click on link above for requirements.  We have several openings in our student government.  Download and review one of the applications here. Visit us in 9C if you have any questions.

Chat with the President
Pizza with the President

Mt. SAC students are invited to meet with College President Bill Scroggins and discuss any topic in an open setting. Pizza and drinks will be provided, compliments of A.S. and the President's Office.

 

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Educators of Distinction

An Educator of Distinction is a Mt. SAC professor, staff member, or manager who is nominated by a Mt. SAC student to be recognized for outstanding contributions to the student experience at Mt. SAC.

Student Activities Fee

The $11 Student Activities Fee allows your student government to provide scholarships, discounted tickets, leadership opportunities, events and many other co-curricular programs and services to students. Not sure if you paid this fee? Click below to find out more.

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Student Representation Fee

The Student Representation Fee is a mandatory fee that is collected during fall and spring registration for the purpose of providing Mt. SAC students the means to state their positions and viewpoints before city, county, district, and state government agencies. A student may choose not to pay the Student Representation Fee for political, religious, financial, or moral reasons.

If a student chooses to opt-out of paying the fee for the stated reasons, then the student can visit the Cashier’s Office (formerly known as Bursar’s Office) in Building 4. Refunds for the Student Representation Fee will only be approved for the first two weeks of the semester. For more information or concerns regarding the Student Representation Fee, please contact the Student Life Office or Associated Students in Building 9C.