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Associated Student Government

JOINING STUDENT GOVERNNMENT
IS EASY!!

 
If you are interested in an opportunity to develop your character and leadership skills in a supportive, fun, and challenging environment, then the ASG is for you!
 
The ASG is made up of three different branches, modeling the United States government.  Those three branches are Executive Cabinet (Executive), Senate (Legislative), and the Supreme Court (Judicial). 
 
Browse the different branches to see which one is the best fit for you.  Specifics on the various positions available can be obtained by visiting the Office of Student Life. (U-121-A)
 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Student Lounge "The Spot":
 
Hours of Operation, M-Th 8:30-5:30pm
Socialization - Expression - Awareness - Relaxation - Recognition
 
For more information on these events and more, please call the Office of Student Life: (714) 564-6211

STUDENT GOVERNMENT APPOINTMENTS

Eligible executive cabinet candidates are interviewed and appointed by the ASG President. Senate applicants are interviewed and appointed by the ASG Vice President. If you're ready, print out an application, fill it out, and bring it in to the Office of Student Life in U-121.. You must be carrying a minimum of 6 units during your appointment and keep a minimum of a 2.0 GPA (current and cumulative)..
 
All BRANCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED STUDENT GOVERNMENT
NOW RECRUITING!

FORMS AND DOCUMENTS
ASG Application (2015-2016)
Take the challenge today and
CHOOSE TO BE INVOLVED!
 
Now Recruiting for ASG Senate, Executive Cabinet, and Court
for 2015-2016.
 
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EVENT PLANNING FOR STUDENT GROUPS AT SAC
Page in Progress

Procedures and Timelines for event planning for ASG and Club Leaders!
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