Now Accepting Student Leadership Applications!
The Office of Student Government would like to announce the opening of all four Student Government positions for 2022-2023! Any student is eligible to run for any position of their choosing. Applications are due by Tuesday, May 10. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible.
Learn about the four available Student Leadership positions below.
ASTCC VP of Legislation & Records
ASTCC VP of Finances
If you have an interest in government, civic engagement and taking a role in the direction of the welfare of TCC students, then step right up. Future leaders are born and thrive within the organization of student government. Also know as the Associated Students of TCC, or ASTCC.
The Office of Student Engagement empowers students to succeed through supporting relevant and comprehensive leadership development training, co-curricular programming, and other student initiated efforts which contribute to an involved and equitable campus culture.
Spring 2022 Student Senate Meetings
Meetings are held at noon every other Wednesday. Everyone is welcome to attend, in person in the Building 11 Senate Room or via Zoom. Students are invited to become Senators and vote on budgets and issues that affect students. Spring Quarter meeting schedule:
Wednesday, April 6
Wednesday, April 20
Wednesday, May 4
Wednesday, May 18
Wednesday, June 1
Become An ASTCC Senator
All members of the Associated Student Body at TCC (ASTCC) are students like you -- students with a keen interest in educational, leadership and political opportunities. Any registered student at TCC may become an active part of student government.
Become a Senator and make your voice count!
- Attend two consecutive Senate Meetings (held bi-monthly)
- Attend an orientation session
By becoming an ASTCC Senator, you are entitled to vote on various issues regarding clubs, student budgets, and student-imposed fees. Senators may also serve on committees appointed by the ASTCC President.
What does student government do?
Members of Associated Student Body of Tacoma Community College (ASTCC) are responsible for:
The best student government is one that: Guarantees student participation which is direct, open, and responsive to changing student needs; is integral to and not isolated from other decision-making and governing processes of the college; and provides development of each student participant.”
Meet your ASTCC Representatives for 2021-2022
|Melissa Littleton, ASTCC President
||Elroy Mbabazi, ASTCC Vice President of Finances||Tony Hester, ASTCC Vice President of Legislation||Giang Nguyen, ASTCC Secretary|
Stop by! You can find us upstairs in the Building 11 OSE office.
Student Government: 253-566-6025