As a student at Bellevue College, you are a part of the Associated Student Body! You have the right to express your views on college policy, to attend public college governance meetings, and to assemble groups of your own!
However, managing policies and keeping up to date with governance regulations is a full time job, which is why as officers, we handle this for you!
What are we doing now?
We Need Your Vote!
Please read the proposed amendments rationale and the ASBC Constitution and vote on whether or not you approve or reject the proposed amendments.
Your votes will be anonymous!
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
ASG Applications are now open for all students to apply!
Are you looking for a job on campus? Looking to build on your resume? Looking to make a difference on campus in decision-making and projects?
We currently have eight positions open for the ASG!
Visit C212 to pick up an application and learn more about the positions or visit our job openings page to download download applications learn about job requirements and functions.
Who is ASG?
Associated Student Government (ASG) officers are elected each spring quarter and serve as representatives for the entire student body through the next academic year. Activities include participating in campus committees, voting on behalf of the students, policy-making, and building relationships with staff and students to make our campus a fun and inviting environment. It is our job to listen to your ideas, dreams, and concerns, and represent you to the official college governance. Learn more about your ASG.
The ASG strives to enrich student life and develop future leaders through programming, services, and advocacy.
The ASG envisions a campus climate where inclusion, social justice, and equity are the norm. We aim to maintain open and receptive dialog within the institution and with the community at large.
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