Make a change!

Become a leader at Woodland Community College!

Qualifications for becoming a member of the Council:

-Must have completed 10 or more units at WCC prior to taking office

-Must be enrolled in 5 or more units per semester while in office

-Must maintain a GPA of 2.0 or higher while in office

-Must attend all meetings in May until they are installed

-Must complete ethics training by September

-Must be able to attend weekly meetings on Tuesdays 12-1 pm

 

For a list of positions and their duties please visit our Officer Duties page here: Officer Duties 

Make your voice heard! To apply for a position on ASWCC, download and print the packet below. Submit to Marrisa Boswell in the Office of the Dean of Student Services, building 700 room 720.

2019-2020 Election Packet

2019-2020 ASWCC Election Timeline

March 4:Election Packets Available
March 4-27:Promote ASWCC Elections
March 27:Completed Election Packets due to the Office of the Dean of Student Services by 5 pm
March 28-29:Student Eligibility Checks
April 8:Candidates Notified of Eligibility by 5 pm
April 9-25:Campaign Period
April 15 @12 pm:Candidate Forum
April 24-25:Online Voting
April 26:Election Results Posted at 4 pm
May 15:Installation Ceremony/Oath of Office
May 29:Transition Retreat