Welcome to Student Government!
What is the ASLCC?
The Associated Students of Lane Community College (ASLCC) is the student body at the LCC Main Campus. All credit students at the main campus who are currently enrolled and have paid the mandatory student activity fee are members the ASLCC. Yearly, elections are held to choose who will represent ASLCC members in student government. The elected positions in student government are the President, Vice President, Treasurer, Multicultural Coordinator, and 10 Senators-at-large.
What does the student government do?
The purpose of the ASLCC government is:
- To provide for the social, cultural, educational, and physical development of its members.
- To establish and foster the recognition of the rights and responsibilities of students to fellow students, the college, the community, the country, and humanity.
- To insure that the student body is officially represented in all college-related activities and organizations.
The student government also sponsors student organizations, and provides limited funding for student clubs.
Where is the student government office?
The ASLCC office is located in the student activities office, Building 1, upper
floor, behind the Student Resource Center snack bar, room number 210.
When does the student government meet?
Currently, the senate normally meets weekly, on Wednesday from 4 P.M. to 6 P.M., in Building 1, Room 206.
How can I contribute or get more information?
Contact any ASLCC officer or senator, or Barbara Delansky at the Student Activities office if you would like to:
- Get more information
- Form an organization or club
- Plan an event or activity
- Become involved in student government
- Serve on a college committee
- Make suggestions or express concerns
Interested in participating with ASLCC??
Our current office positions are as follows:
(4) Senate Seats open
Corporate Secretary Seat open
If interested please fill out the applications corresponding to the position you wish to apply for.
Positions are opened until filled.
United States Student Association's 66th Annual National Student Congress
July 19th-24th in New Bruinswick, New Jersey
The United States Student Association, the country's oldest and largest national student- led organization, develops current and future leaders and amplifies the student voice at the local, state, and national levels by mobilizing grassroots power to win concrete victories on student issues.
The United States Student Association Foundation ensures the pipeline of effective student leadership by facilitating education, training and other development opportunities at national, state, and local levels in advocating for issues that affect students.
Every year student leaders from across the country attend the United States Student Associations (USSA) National Student Congress (NSC). For six exciting and busy days students debate, envision and vote on USSA's priorities and leadership for the upcoming year. The NSC is founded upon the belief that students should take the lead in determining how the organization functions on every level. USSA also fundamentally believes that students should have a say within society as a whole.
Congress is held in New Brunswick, New Jersey from July 19th -24th. We will fly from Eugene, or Portland on the 18th of July and would expect to be back in Eugene sometime in the afternoon of the 25th. So you should clear your schedule for July 17-26th. All meals during Congress will be provided.
Please visit website for more information!
Applications are due by Tuesday, June 18th by 12pm!