ASLCSC Student Government Elections
ASLCSC Student Government elections are hosted every spring semester. To learn more about the virtual forums, ballots and voting in the election this spring, see the Forums, Ballots & Voting page.
The ASLCSC is comprised of ten elected members representing campus.
Representatives of ASLCSC serve as the voice of the student body and must constantly be reaching out to students and gathering information about their concerns. In this way, representatives are responsible for acting in the best interest of students, balancing and vetting executive decisions, and advocating for the student voice.
- Attend all of the regular meetings (Tuesdays & Thursdays at 4:30pm)
- Serve on various external campus and internal committees
- Hold weekly office hours
- Promote and participate in ASLCSC sponsored events
During the weekly meetings Representatives are expected to be actively engaged and participate in the discussions taking place. Furthermore, Representatives should be eager to work with a committee and assist their fellow Representatives whenever possible.
How to run
ASLCSC Elections will officially open the formal intent to run process on January 20, 2021.
Students who have completed at least one semester at LC State may run for office during the spring election. If you plan to run for a seat on ASLCSC and intend to hold a campus wide campaign, you need to thoroughly review the ASLCSC election code. Candidates and/or their supporters MUST adhere to these rules. If a candidate (and/or their supporters) is found in violation of any of these rules that candidate may be disqualified.
Students are able to run for the following positions:
- Vice President
- CDA Senator
- CTE Senator
To formally declare yourself as a candidate for in 2021 General Election, each candidate must complete the Intent to Run Form. This form is used to gather information about you, your candidacy and so much more. The form will open on January 20, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. and will close on Monday, February 22nd at 5:00 p.m.
Learn More At An Informational Session
No need to stay the entire time just drop in to have your questions answered.
These interactive sessions. presented by a current ASLCSC representative, will provide prospective candidates with information about the role and purpose of student government; the role, responsibilities and expectations of a representative, and the electoral process.
What participants will learn:
- The role and purpose of student government
- Roles, responsibilities and expectations of an ASLCSC Representative
- The experience of being a representative
- The campaigning and election including key dates
Participants will receive:
- Electronic copy of the annual Election Code and important dates
Session dates and times will be posted in Spring