Come to the quad on October 16th, 2014 for Civic Engagement Day to find out more about the 2014 Midterm Elections, interact with local political organizations, and get some food courtesy of your Associated Students! Democracy isn’t always easy, but it sure can be tasty! Continue reading
Chief Justice Posts
Hello all, The ICC Bylaws have been updated. Policies and Procedures will be following on this post shortly. Thanks all!
Simon Fraser here. Maybe this is what the Mayans were talking about. For AS, finals week of winter intersession also felt like the PCC world was collapsing, at least a little bit. Here is what we know so far: Around 96 sections were cut from the Spring 2012 offerings. We’re… Continue reading
Over the past month and a half I’ve watched a group of Justices and ICC reps knuckle down in meeting rooms and tread over some of the very fundamentals of the ICC. Everything from funding to service hours to the end of year banquet, the ideas have come fast and… Continue reading
You may have seen this ABC7 piece in which I can be seen talking about enrollment priority and ensuring that current students aren’t penalized, nor should students who change their educational goal mid way be completely cut off. Prior to my appearance in the piece, Melissa MacBride states that currently… Continue reading
Realignment. Faculty chairs, deans, or emperors. Eleven divisions, four schools, or one hundred departments. Silos, outcomes, and vertical/horizontal structures. Most of us have heard our professors talking about it, even briefly. The Courier has published several stories, and in our own AS townhalls we’ve asked for opinions. Read more below… Continue reading
For the 112 community colleges in the State of California, 112 Associated Students organizations are going to be (in theory) busy, busy, busy reading a slew of resolutions that various student governments have put forward to the Student Senate for California’s Community Colleges for discussion and review. The SSCCC is… Continue reading
One of the biggest questions ever asked about college wide shared governance: is it Brown Act? Shouldn’t it follow the law about agenda posting and public comment? Until today. The answer was no. And now the answer is no, but yes. Let me explain. The College Council is an advisory… Continue reading
ASPCC invites you to a candidates forum for PACCD Board of Trustees this Weds, Oct. 26th.
The Associated Students went to San Jose for a conference arranged and thrown by the California Community Colleges Student Affairs Association (CCCSAA). CCCSAA, pronounced See-Saw, is a professional organization for AS advisors and student affairs / student life professionals. It allows for networking and research opportunities between our college and… Continue reading