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Associated Students

Group Picture of 2021-2022 Associated Student Body
    • Who We Are

      Vision

      To cultivate leaders who advocate for an equitable world!

      Mission

      We strive to unite and empower our community by embracing and fostering our six priorities.

      Priorities 

      Associated Students supports the development of the student body through the following priorities:

      1. Co-Curricular Engagement
      2. Civic Engagement & Advocacy
      3. Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Social Justice, Anti-Racism, and Access 
      4. Leadership Development
      5. Retention & Transfer
      6. Recognition of Service
    • Fee Information

      Student Activities Fee

      What is the Student Activities Fee? - The $11 Student Activity Fee allows your student government to provide scholarships, leadership opportunities, cultural events, discounted tickets, funding for student events and many other co-curricular programs and services for students.  Some of the benefits students receive by paying the Student Activities Fee are: 

      • Free admission & free food at all A.S. events throughout the semester: A.S. Visibility, Athletics Fair, Finals Frenzy, New Student Welcome, & Pizza with the President, & more! 
      • Free trips to universities tours
      • Free access to check-out games and equipment in the Student Life Center
      • Eligibility to apply for A.S. scholarships
      • Eligibility to purchase Discounted tickets (available at the BookRac-Mid September 2021)
      • Eligibility to apply for Leadership Conferences
      • Eligibility to vote in Mt. SAC Student Body Elections & hold an A.S. Officer position
      • Eligibility to hold an officer position in a campus club

      Student Representation Fee - $2 per semester (Fall/Spring)

      The $2 Student Representation Fee, mandated by Assembly Bill (AB) 1504, provides support for student government representatives who may be presenting positions and viewpoints to representatives, offices, and agencies of local, district, and state governments.  

      The fee is divided, with $1 going to the Associated Students of Mt. San Antonio College, and $1 for use by the Student Senate of the California Community Colleges (SSCCC).  For example, this fee supports sending students to Sacramento or Washington, D.C. to advocate for solutions towards issues faced by California Community College students and lobby for adequate tuition and services. For more information about this fee visit our FAQ.

    • How to Apply

      Senators

      Please review the Organizational Directive for Senator position descriptions. In addition to A.S. Officer eligibility requirements, Senators must be available every Tuesday and Thursday from 3pm - 5pm during both semesters (Fall and Spring) plus additional mandatory trainings scheduled during the Summer and Winter intercessions.  After applying, you will receive follow up email correspondence from the A.S. Administrative Specialist. Please note, attendance to a Senate interview via Zoom is mandatory. Interviews will be held on Tuesday, May 17th, 2021, and Thursday, May 19th, 2021, at the Senate Meetings from 3pm - 4:30pm.

      Applications for the Spring 2023- Fall 2023 terms will be due on November 9, 2022

      Student Court 

      Please review the Judicial Directive for the Justice position description. In addition to A.S. Officer eligibility requirements, Justices must be available every Wednesday from 11 am to 2 pm plus additional mandatory trainings scheduled during the Summer and Winter intercessions.

       

      Apply to be a Senator or Student Court Officer

Events


Get Engaged. Build Community.  

Associated Students conduct a series of public meetings. Please join us at one of the meetings below. Agendas are posted and you are more than welcomed to attend and speak during open forum/public comment.,please inform the chair of each meeting that you would like to speak. 

Click a link below to find out more information

 

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