Providing Opportunities for Student Engagement
The Associated Students of Cosumnes River College (ASCRC) is the student government of the college. It's comprised of two leadership teams: the Student Senate (SS) and the Clubs and Events Board (CAEB).
The Student Senate serves as the recognized voice of the students on campus, and operates under the direction of officers who are elected by the CRC Student Body. The organization is the vehicle through which students may actively influence college life. Students who serve on college and district wide communities are appointed by the Student Senate President. The Student Senate is dedicated to serving the student body by specifically helping to promote the interests and rights of the students it represents.
The Student Senate informs students of their rights and responsibilities and motivates students to participate in policy making that affects their education, thereby improving the quality of their educational experience. It's goal is to involve students in extra-curricular activities, and maintain a high standard of student life by promoting and administering programs that enrich academic, cultural and social life at Cosumnes River College.
The CAEB serves to promote student involvement and activities that recognize the cultural and ethnic diversity of the college community and foster cultural awareness and understanding. As the promoter of student clubs to the campus community, representatives exchange ideas, review club charters and host events that promote a sense of unity between clubs and the intellectual, artistic and social life of students.
Your participation in student government could prove to be one of the most valuable and meaningful experiences in your college career. You will gain experience in planning events and develop organizing, marketing and publicizing skills while gaining an awareness of various college programs and services.
In addition, being part of the decision making process of the college can help you develop your personal and leadership skills. You are given the opportunity to work with campus leaders and administrators. Your involvement can (and should!) be included on your resume and scholarship applications.
Monday to Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Library, L 103