Who We Are
Read the ASCC Constitution here
Your student government, Associated Students of Cuesta College (ASCC), is here to promote the general welfare of Cuesta College students; to guarantee equality of opportunity among students; to offer an experience in the practice of the American democratic government; and to encourage student participation in, planning for, and involvement in a comprehensive program of student activities. It offers opportunities to participate in social and cultural activities, to share in governance activities, to interact with professionals, and to create and administer their own organizations and programs. Members of ASCC are all Cuesta College students, not employees of the school.

Constitution Day

Section 111 of the "Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2005" established a statutory requirement for implementation of an educational program pertaining to the United States Constitution, designated by statute as Constitution Day and Citizenship Day ("Constitution Day"). An educational institution which receives Federal Funds for a fiscal year shall hold an educational program on the United States Constitution on or about September 17 of such year for the students served by the educational institution.

Each year ASCC plans event(s) that are meaningful and related to this statutory requirement. These events range from formal programs, films, and passing out a constitutional booklet, to engaging in small and large group conversations. This year ASCC along with the support of the Student Life and Leadership Program and the Office of the Vice President of Student Services held a celebration on September 17, 2013 at the San Luis Obispo Campus and September 18 at the North County Campus. This is just one example of the activities hosted by ASCC throughout the year. Please check the Student Life and Leadership Event Calender for current listing of events.

When We Meet

Student Senate Meetings
This is the time when ASCC conducts official business and makes all of its decisions. All meetings are open to the public. These meetings are chaired by the ASCC President/Student Trustee.
When: Thursdays, 10:30 am – 12 pm
Where: Room 5402 in the Student Center, SLO Campus North County Campus via Polycom, Room N1015

Executive Cabinet Meetings
This is the time when E-Cab conducts official business, formulates direction on goals and makes recommendations to Senate on items. All meetings are open to the public. These meetings are chaired by the ASCC Vice President.
When: Tuesdays, 12:15 pm – 2 pm
Where: Room 5305 for the entire semester.

The Executive Cabinet
The Executive Cabinet (E-Cab) consists of elected and appointed officers within ASCC. The E-Cab positions are the ASCC President/Student Trustee, Vice President, Activities Director, Outreach Director, Publicity Director, Finance Director, Clubs Director, and Secretary. These officers are responsible for specific programs within ASCC and, as a group, these student leaders provide direction on accomplishing ASCC goals and objectives.



Cuesta College Student Life & Leadership - San Luis Obispo, Building 5300, in the Student Center studentlife@cuesta.edu (805) 546-3289 fax 805-546-3105 

Dr. Anthony Gutierrez, Coordinator | Shannon Piper, Student Center Assistant 
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