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The Associated Student Government provides diverse representation and serves as a platform for the wide-ranging needs of Coastline's student population.
Every student has a voice, a few special students come together to represent and give that voice the ability to make a meaningful impact that will benefit the future. Be the Change.
Associated Student Government (ASG) supports all campus clubs and often collaborates with them when hosting events. If you're looking for an exciting way to get involved on campus and feel more connected to the student body, campus clubs are a great place to start.
Getting involved is one of the most rewarding things you can do while you're a student at Coastline Community College. Check out our Campus Clubs page for a list of organizations you can join.
Becoming an ASG Member
To become a member on the Associated Student Government, you must meet the following criteria:
- Continuously enrolled at Coastline College in a minimum of 5 semester units (CA Ed Code 76061(a)(b));
- Be of good academic standing with a minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA (CA Ed Code 76061(a)(b) and Coast District Policy 030-4-5);
- Be of good standing in the community and at Coastline College (ASG Bylaws);
- Be able to commit hours per position duties (ASG Bylaws); and
- Have an interest in student advocacy and willingness to serve fellow students of Coastline (ASG Bylaws)
- Students of regular status
- Distance Learning Students
- Military Students
Who is Eligible?
All Coastline Community College students who meet the requirements listed above are eligible! This includes:
Do you have an interest in making a difference for your fellow students? Are you willing to stand up and be counted, vote and take part in decision-making change within Coastline? Would you like to leave Coastline a better place for future students? Here are the first steps:
Email us: email@example.com
Ask to be placed on the agenda for an upcoming meeting. See Calendar for meeting dates.
Talk to us about how you can get involved and tell us about your skills.
Membership does not require that you have previous experience with student body advocacy. Only that you have a willingness to make a difference, be an advocate for your fellow students, and an interest in doing the best job you possibly can to make Coastline a better place for all who attend.
Contact us TODAY! We look forward to meeting you!
Meet Your Coastline ASG!
|Vice President||Amber Gil|
|PR Commissioner||Farah Naama|
|Le Jao Campus Rep||Tinjia Hwang|
|NBC Rep||Breck Damaschino|
|DL Rep||Neosha Roberts|
|Military Rep||Jose Alvarez|
|Legislative Affairs Rep||Eduardo Sanchez|
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Associated Student Government Office Coastline Community College Center Room 428 - Fourth Floor 11460 Warner Avenue Fountain Valley, CA 92708
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