Frequently Asked Questions
- What is ASPCC?
- ASPCC is the Associated Students of Pasadena City College. PCC students are represented primarily by an 11 memeber Executive Board consisting of the following positions: President Vice President for Internal Affairs (Inter Club Council Chair) Vice President for External Affairs (Lobby Committee Chair) Vice President for Campus Activities Vice President for Public Relations Vice President for Cultural Diversity Vice President for Student Services Vice President for Academic Affairs Vice President for Business Affairs Student Trustee Chief Justice for Supreme Council
- How is this site different from your main website, and which should I use?
If you are a student, generally, our main ASPCC website is preferred - http://as.pasadena.edu - everything you can find here you will find there, and more! If you are faculty or staff at PCC, this website will be used exclusively for ASPCC's shared governance operations (and these FAQs).
- How do I get involved in Associated Student Government at PCC?
- The ASPCC has many opportunities to get involved. There are 11 ASPCC Executive Board positions. The Executive Board is typically elected in the Spring Semester in General Elections. In addition the following committees are open to currently enrolled students. *Supreme Council *Academic Commissioners (13 positions) *Lobby Committee (15 positions) Publicity Committee (open) Cultural Diversity Committee (open) Campus Activities Committee (open) Student Services Committee (open) Finance Committee *These committees have minimum gpa and unit requirements. Come by the Associated Students in T-110 (next to campus police) for more information.
- When are the ASPCC student government meetings?
- For Fall 2008 the Executive Board meetings will be held on Wednesdays at 12:00 PM in T-110. All meetings are public and students are strongly encouraged to attend
- When is the Flea Market held?
The Flea Market, unless otherwise noted, will always be on the First Sunday of the Month.
- What is Project LEAP?
- Project LEAP is a mentoring program designed to increase the retention rate of probationary, under-represented students and returning students. Students are matched one-on-one with a volunteer mentor who meet with the them to listen, care, motivate, and encourage them to maximize their potential.
- Who can enrolled in Project LEAP?
- Any student that is enrolled at PCC, that is having academic challenges and feels he/she could benefit from a mentoring partnership.
- Where is the Project LEAP office located ?
- The Project LEAP Office is located in the Campus Center, room CC213.
- What are the office hours for Project LEAP?
- Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.