About Student Government
Student Government gives you a great opportunity to become more involved at ACC. As a member, you may participate in leadership development activities, serve on college and CCCS committees, plan community service opportunities and represent ACC students. Your involvement in Student Government is a great way to develop skills for your resume such as interpersonal and team-work skills and a can-do attitude!
2014-2015 Student Government Executive Committee
- President - Brogden Worcester
- Vice President - Eugene Sanders
- Secretary - Paige Andrzejczak
- Treasurer - VACANT
- SSAC Representative - Leslye Magallon
Health and Wellness Student Fee Vote Information
The 2013-14 ACC Student Government supported the new Health and Wellness Student Fee to include expanded mental health services and open access to the existing ACC Fitness Center for all students who pay student activity fees. In early Spring 2014, a survey was sent to all ACC students via their student email regarding options related to this new Health and Wellness Fee. View the final results. Based on these survey results, a proposal was sent to the ACC President, Dr. Doyle, to ask for support of a new $9.50 fee per semester.
A vote was administered through the ACC student email at the end of April 2014. The fee vote passed with 62% of voting students voting for the new Health and Wellness Fee.
If you would like to gain more information, please email Student Government at email@example.com.
What are the officer positions in Student Government?
The President of the ACC Student Government is the students' voice to campus administration. The President communicates with individuals and groups to ensure that the needs of our students are heard.
The Vice President performs the duties of the President in the President's absence. The Vice President will assist the President in managing the operations of the organization and be responsible for Student Government events and programs.
The Treasurer is responsible for ACC Student Government financial matters and keeps an accurate account of all funds received and spent. The Treasurer serves as a custodian of all financial records and funds for Student Government.
The Secretary serves as the recorder for ACC Student Government meetings and is responsible for the production and distribution of meeting minutes and agendas.
The SSAC Representative is the voice of Arapahoe Community College students to the State Student Advisory Council for the Colorado Community College System.
Why should I become involved with Student Government?
The leadership skills and experiences gained by being involved in student government are extremely valuable for both your personal and professional life. By being part of the decision making process you will be an advocate for change and be an influential voice on campus. Student Government is always in need of volunteer committee members and participants.
How do I become an elected member of the ACC Student Government?
- Go to the Student Affairs Office (Room M2820), see if there are open positions, and pick up an application.
- Complete the application, write a letter of interest, acquire two letters of reference – one from a faculty member and one from a college staff member of your choice and collect the required 50 VALID student signatures. Submit packet to the Student Affairs Office. Once your application has been reviewed, you will be sent to Human Resources to complete an employment packet and background check.
- An election process is held annually in April, but students can volunteer and join Student Government throughout the Fall and Spring semesters.
What are the responsibilities after I am elected?
- Represent the students of Arapahoe Community College.
- You must be enrolled in six (6) credit hours at ACC during the fall and spring semesters.
- You must have a cumulative G.P.A. of AT LEAST 3.0 and be a student in good standing.
- Attend Student Government meetings.