Associated Students of Cerritos College
Associated Students of Cerritos College (ASCC) are students who have paid the Cerritos College Student Activities Fee (CCSA). ASCC fosters student success through leadership development, academic excellence and student life.
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Get InvolveD on Campus!
ASCC Cabinet meets every Monday from 2-4pm via Zoom. Applications are ongoing until all positions are filled. Apply now through FalconSync via the ASCC portal. Questions about the position? Visit the Student Activities Office and speak with Kimberly Sayo, ASCC President.
ASCC Senate meets every Wednesday from 2-4pm via Zoom. Apply now through FalconSync via the ASCC portal. Questions about the position? Visit the Student Activities Office and speak with Nathan Williams, ASCC Vice President.
Volunteer for a College Committee
There are 17 available, such as Art in Public Spaces, Enrollment Management, Facilities Planning, Student Life, and Safety! Committees meet approximately 1-2 times per month, for 1-2 hours each meeting. Dates and times vary depending on the committee. For a full list of Committees please visit the Shared Governance website. To express interest in serving on a committee, email ASCC@cerritos.edu.
Join a Club
There are over 50 clubs available to join, and you can also start a new one! To explore clubs visit FalconSync to see opportunities. If you would like to start a club, contact Amna Jara, Student Activities Coordinator, at email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
The ASCC, as a responsive, student-centered organization, provides excellence, in leadership and professional development for the diverse community of Cerritos College by conveying high quality services, programs, products, and facilities.
ASCC fosters student success through leadership development, academic excellence and student life.
The Associate Students of Cerritos College (ASCC) was established in 1956 at Excelsior High School which was then the temporary location of Cerritos College.
The beginning of student government for Cerritos College was founded by a group of students who took the initiative in improving the new college. The student leaders established official school colors, the campus mascot, and the first official student body organization (ASCC).
The formation of the student body organization has become beneficial to the many students enrolled at Cerritos College. Some of those successes have led to the organization of clubs, department programs, and the leadership of many committed Cerritos College students.
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