Victoria "Tori" Esquer '15
Major: Theatre Arts
562.907.4200 ext. 5015
Robert Duarte '16
Major: Political Science & Spanish
562.907.4200 ext. 5022
Greg Carlson '15
Major: Business Finance
562.907.4200 ext. 5023
Tania Ramirez '16
Major: Political Science
Minor: Organizational Leadership
562.907.4200 ext. 5029
Amer Rashid '17
Campus Relations Director
Major: Political Science
562.907.4200 ext. 5127
Cody Allman '16
Program Board Director
Major: Business Management
562.907.4200 ext. 5128
Inter-Club Council (ICC) Representative
Inter-Society Council (ISC) Female Representative
Rashad Butler '15
Inter-Society Council (ISC) Male Representative
Media Council Representative
Diversity Council Representative
Rodolfo "Rudy" Marquez
Social Justice Coalition Representative
Another component of student government are the representatives of different constituents of the student body. Students can voice and discuss concerns or bring suggestions to Senate representatives. To get involved, contact the Senate at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the ASWC office in the Campus Center.
On-Campus (Residence Hall) Representatives – The voice for students living on campus. Representatives from Ball/Wardman, Wanberg, Turner, and Harris host two forums per semester in their respective residence halls and meet regularly with residential life staff to communicate resident concerns.
Off-Campus (Commuter) Representatives - Serves as the voice for those students who are commuting to campus. Representatives meet regularly to discuss issues such as parking, food service, and study areas.
Freshman Class Council - Each year, the freshman class elects a freshman class president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer. These four offices work with the freshman class and ASWC to create events and activities to unite the freshman class. The freshman class president and vice president also serve as freshman class representatives in the Senate.
Leah Boyton '18
Freshman Class Council President
Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) – Organization of and for Division III student athletes. One male and one female SAAC representative serve on Senate.
Student Body Representatives - Four student body representatives are elected along with the executive cabinet in November and serve a calendar-year term. The study body representatives serve as the voice of the entire student body, organize topical information sessions and forums, and conduct surveys to gage student concerns.
Sarah Meuwissen '16