Associated Student Government 2016/2017 Election
Have a voice and help choose YOUR representatives for next year's Associated Student Government (ASG),VOTE today! We have two elected positions: Student President and Club Affairs Officer. Take a look at the position descriptions and candidate information below and then click the red button to go to the voting page! If you have any questions feel free to email the candidates at the addresses listed below or contact email@example.com for general election questions.
Note: Voting for the 2016-2017 ASG Elections is now closed.
2016-2017 ASG Election Results:
Total Student Voters: 470*
- Winston Lee: 343
- Abstain: 102
Club Affairs Officer:
- Rexiati "Ed" Dilimulati: 286
- Jia "Bruce" Ji: 118
- Yuron Anggara: 56
*Note: Total number of votes per position are different from total number of student voters because students were given an option to "skip" questions and only vote for one position.
The student President represents the student body at campus events and acts as administrative and campus liason to ASG. Chairs ASG board meetings and works to collaborate with other campus constituencies.
Winston Lee, Presidential Candidate
Fighting for the Right Way
Suggesting affordable or discounted dormitory policy for financially troubled students. Conjoining Public Speaking Center into the Tutoring Service, increasing incentives for volunteers. Refurbishments on various campus locations, including The PUB and the Library. Proposal for Segmented Parking pass for different period of the day, as a reasonable solution to the long-existing problem of parking spots. Creating an accessible/ barrier free access facilities map Proposal for Governmental Policy Blueprint, creating stable governmental decisions, open up the possibility for outlining long term projects that would immensely benefit students, yet requires time beyond the term period for one elected office.
Club Affairs Officer Candidates
The Club Affairs Officer manages the United Club Council (UCC) and maintains relationships between ASG and student clubs. Also actively assists students with the club creation/renewal procedures and their respective projects. Formerly the Recognized Student Organizations Officer.
Yuron Anggara, Club Affair Candidate
Hey! My name is Yuron Anggara, I am a 17 year-old Chinese-Indonesian born and raised in Indonesia. Culinary and travel is my hobby. I like to eat and always try to find something new and I would like to get to know you!
Rexiati “Ed” Dilimulati, Club Affair Candidate.
I don't just speak the change. I make the change!
Hi, my name is Rexiati "Ed" Dilimulati. I am running for Club Affairs Officer. I strongly believe in the strength of a close community. Therefore, I intend to encourage the same at Shoreline Community College by raising the students' participation in clubs, connecting the clubs with professors on campus and having a better marketing plan to help promote clubs through Club Kick-off and United Club Council.
Jia “Bruce” Ji, Club Affairs Candidate
I am Jia Ji, an international student with the major of entrepreneurship. I choose the major because I am a critical thinker and love to catch up some new ideas. Due to the fact that I think different clubs in SCC is like different business in the really world, I am running the position and my goal is to help more clubs to improve their activities. I hope students vote for me because I want a chance to help more students to improve their interesting and have a good time during SCC.
Associated Student Government
The Associated Student Government (ASG) is composed of ten paid representatives, all of whom are hired or elected during Spring quarter. Each position has specific responsibilities outlined in the Student Body Association Constitution and Bylaws. The Associated Student Government manages the Student Services and Activities (SS&A) Fee budget (which funds RSOs, organizations, and programs), the Student Technology Fee budget, the Sustainable Commuter Option Fee (SCOF) budget, and the PUB Renovation Fee Budget. New clubs and organizations are approved through Parliament, and meetings serve as a forum for student issues and concerns. Other responsibilities of the ASG are outlined in the Constitution and Bylaws, available on the Documents page or in the Student Leadership Center (Room 9301).
Getting to know your ASG Board
The Associated Student Government is composed of ten paid representatives, all of whom are hired or elected during Spring quarter. Each position has specific responsibilities outlined in the Associated Student Government Constitution (ASG) and Bylaws. The ASG Board manages the Student Services and Activities (SS&A) Fee budget (which funds RSOs, organizations, and programs), the Student Technology Fee budget, the Sustainable Commuter Option Fee (SCOF) budget, and the PUB Renovation Fee Budget. New clubs and organizations are approved through ASG, and meetings serve as a forum for student issues and concerns. Other responsibilities of the ASG are outlined in the Constitution and Bylaws, available under the ASG tab page or in the Student Leadership Center (Room 9301).