The Associated Students of Columbia Basin College (ASCBC) are thrilled to have you as a member of our student population! If you are currently registered for classes here at CBC, you are automatically a member of ASCBC and will have opportunities to be part of exciting events/activities as a student. Your student government officers are available to help you during your college experience. Stop by our office (upstairs in the HUB) to get information about upcoming student events or learn about Clubs or Leadership Council. We want to make sure that you get the most out of your college experience. Have a great year!
What is the Office of Student Activities?
The CBC staff members in Student Activities supervise and serve as daily advisers to the ASCBC Student Leaders. You can see the current list & photos of student leaders by clicking in the side menu. Student Activities works with student groups to develop and plan cultural, social, and recreational events to meet the needs of the college community. Student-funded activities include intercollegiate athletics, game room access, music, drama, and various interest clubs.
Here are a few of ASCBC's responsibilities:
Out of these responsibilities comes FUN:
How Do I Become a Student Officer?
We are always looking for wonderful students to run for Executive Council and/or apply for Service & Activities Board (SAB). If you want to gain leadership experience, earn money, build your resume, and have fun, this is a great opportunity for you!
There are two elected positions that make up the Executive Council: President or Vice President.
The applications for student leadership positions for the upcoming school year will be distributed through the Student Employment NeoGov Portal in late winter or early spring quarter. Once the application is available, announcements are emailed to currently registered students through the CBC student email system and via Canvas announcement. VP and President positions run for office through a campus wide student election. There are typically information sessions prior to the application deadline, so possible VP and President candidates can ask questions prior to applying.
In addition to the elected positions, there are four to five Service & Activities Board (SAB) Officer positions. SAB Officers are paid by the student body to provide entertainment, social, and service based activities or events for CBC students. These events include outdoor movies, BBQs, dances, and interactive games. Applications are usually advertised in mid-April or early May for the upcoming academic year. These positions are selected through an application and interview process. Applications will be released through the Student Employment NeoGov Portal. Job announcements are also emailed to the student body via the CBC student email system and via Canvas announcement.
February 9, 2016
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