Get Involved

In Associated Students, we’re always working around the clock because we believe in all the good stuff: student advocacy, education, community, communication, transparency, accessibility, social justice–the list goes on. As much as we do day in and day out, we could do so much more together. Our Executive Board of 12 people only accomplishes our goals by relying on our committees and sub-committees of dedicated students who share our values, many of which are also there to develop their leadership skills. If you’re someone who believes in the power of the students, take a look on how we can work together to strengthen the student voice.

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Committees 

ASPCC has diverse and numerous projects, responsibilities, and duties to perform. To make sure that everything we do is given the full attention it deserves and that other students have the opportunity to be involved in our operation, ASPCC has a variety of standing committees which carry out certain delegated functions.  These committees have a varied number of students on them, which are usually appointed by the Executive Board.

Clubs & Organizations

One of the greatest ways to get involved here at Pasadena City College is to join one of over 75 clubs and organizations that we have on-campus! With interests ranging from politics, community service, poetry, comedy, dance, cultural awareness, fencing, transfer support, and charity, there’s a club for everyone!

Shared Governance

Shared governance is a process of decision making on campus which ensures that all groups with an interest in an issue can have their input heard in a meaningful way. ASPCC represents the students in shared governance. Click here for all articles pertaining to shared governance. You can also be appointed to sit on a shared governance committee!

Legislative Reports

Legislative reports are your window into the lobbying branch of the Associated Students of Pasadena City College. These reports detail different aspects of legislation, its status in the legislative bodies, and the potential consequences of its passage. Such legislation is then presented to legislators in an attempt to gain their support or opposition to a bill.