Get Involved with the Associated Student Government?
Apply for an appointed position- due September 30, 2022 - Click here to Apply
Location: Student Center, First Floor
Stop by the voter registration table for voter registration information:
Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 10:00-11:00 am
Student Trustee Duties
- Attend all Governing Board Meetings;
- Meet with President’s Cabinet monthly for Governing Board preparatory;
- Meet with Chancellor monthly for Governing Board preparatory;
- Provide updated information to the ASGCC’s officers regarding the Governing Board’s
- Maintain a minimum of five  office hours per week.
- Must be enrolled as student at Cuyamaca College for at least one semester.
- Must maintain a minimum course load of 5 units at Cuyamaca College per semester.
- Must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0
- Must be available for meetings and work within the Student Government.
If you have any questions, please contact Lauren Vaknin (Lauren.Vaknin@gcccd.edu)
Associated Student Government of Cuyamaca College
Associated Student Government Goals:
- To serve as an active student voice in the operation of the college, including both
shared governance and the management of student activities.
- To provide an opportunity for leadership experience and training for students.
- To enhance, wherever possible, the general excellence of the college, uniting the
interests of all persons - faculty, administration, local residents and students.
Associated Student Government and Shared Governance
Since virtually all major decisions made at Cuyamaca College affect students in some
way, student input to the various decision-making bodies is relevant, necessary and
welcomed. The ASGCC has adopted a constitution which established an organized "student
voice" at Cuyamaca College. This "voice" is facilitated by the ASGCC and is a critical
constituency among the college governance structure.
The ASGCC cooperates with and supports departments and special-interest groups to
the cultural awareness of all persons on the campus. Typical programs include: Black
History, Latin Heritage, Native American Awareness, Multi-cultural Experience, Disability
Day, musical and dramatic programs, art shows and many other outstanding cultural
programs. These programs are all open to all members of the college and community.