Join Student Government

The Associated Student Union is looking for students interested in joining the ASU. Students will be appointed by the Executive Council to serve as Commissioners for the 2024-2025 Academic Year.

Please check back in Spring 2024 for more information about the 2024-2025 Student Government Election. 

Students who apply will:

  • Exercise their Leadership Skills
  • Get a Transcript Notation
  • Monthly Stipends And More...


ASU Officers in Washington DC
ASU Officers in Washington DC for a Leadership Conference in Spring 2023

Check Off List: Check back in Spring 2024

  1. Application deadline: To Be Determined.
  2. Answer ALL questions.
  3. Review the ASU Constitution and Bylaws for the different officer positions. Info is found here:
  4. Have an open schedule on the following days:
  • Tuesdays from 1:30pm to 5:00pm to attend Executive Council meetings (All positions).

5. If appointed to a position:

  • You will need to complete 5 office hours per week in person. 
  • Must attend 2 Participatory Governance Committee meetings each month (Once a Month). Board members are the student representatives for those groups. More info can be found here:

6. Must attend Executive Council Meeting in-person to be interviewed. 

Application for ASU Appointed Positions


Positions Available

Check back in Spring 2024.



Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible for an elected or appointed office, students must comply with the Los Angeles Community College
District Administrative: AP 5411 Eligibility for Associated Student Organization Offices 

The following standards governing candidate and officer (as defined by the ASO constitution and by-laws) eligibility for appointed and elected Associated Student Organization officers (ASO), must be met:

A. The candidate or officer must be a currently paid member of the ASO, at the college where the election is being held, and have successfully completed no more than 80 degree-applicable units in the District.

Currently paid member ($10 ASO fee) for Fall 2023 semester 

B. The candidate may seek only one campus office within the District and must meet minimum enrollment requirement, as described below, at the institution. Students interested in the Student Trustee position, may not seek an ASO office position at the nine LACCD Colleges simultaneously.

C. Per Section 76061 of the Education Code, a student who is elected or appointed to serve as an officer in the student government of a community college shall meet any of the following requirements: 

         (a) The student shall be enrolled in the community college at the time of election, and throughout the student’s term, with a minimum of five credit semester units,  

         (b) The student shall be enrolled in an adult education program (noncredit program only) offered by a community college district pursuant to Article 9 (commencing with Section 84900) of Chapter 5 of Part 50, at the time of the election and throughout the student’s term.  

        (c) The student is enrolled in the community college at the time of election, and throughout the student’s term, and is a disabled student, as defined in subdivision (b) of Section 84850 shall be enrolled in coursework as prescribed in their educational plan. As used in this section, “disabled students” are persons with exceptional needs with a verified disability by the Office of Special Programs and Services. 

D. The candidate or officer must not be on academic or progress probation, as defined by AP 4255 Probation during the semesters in which the student government office is applied for and held. The candidate or officer must have and maintain a cumulative and current GPA of at least 2.0 in the units completed at all the colleges in the District. Current means the most recently completed semester or session. The ASO Constitution may not set a higher GPA requirement. 

F. Students enrolled in an adult education program or enrolled in a reduced course load due to a verified disability by the Office of Special Services must successfully complete all coursework enrolled in at the time of the election or appointment. Students falling below this requirement will automatically forfeit their office. 




Read about the responsibilities for each position.

Bylaws (Position Description) ASU Bylaws (Revised Spring 2020)


Office Hours and Location

Mondays to Thursdays: 8:30AM - 7:30PM
Fridays: 8:30AM - 1:00PM
Saturdays to Sundays: Closed

Student Union Bldg. 2nd Floor


Tel: 818-778-5516