The Associated Students of College of Marin are committed to:
- Representing students to the college, to the community, and to the
- Serving as role models while protecting and advancing the rights
and interests of students
- Encouraging education, leadership, and participation in democratic processes
- Providing information and activities that positively influence campus
life, while welcoming diversity and encouraging scholastic success.
To run for Student Government board positions please complete: Election Packet 2015, return to the Student Activites & Advocacy Office (SAA), Student Services Bldg., room 241, for questions call: 415.485.9376.
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|Administrative Assistant, Student Activities & Advocacy Office (SAA)
- Understand the President's goals.
- Develop model of communication between Student Bodies
Increase Student Involvement
- Motivate Participation in Student Activities/Campus Events
Student Services Review
- Review Bookstore and Text Buying Policy.
|Governance Committee Representatives
|Governance Review Council
|Educational Planning Committee
|Technology Planning Committee
|Professional Development Committee
|Facilities Planning Committee
|Instructional Equipment Committee
|Planning and Resource Allocation Committee
| Student Access and Success Committee
|Academic Standards Committee
|District Modernization Committee
To join a committee or receive more information, contact Martin Birmingham at email@example.com.
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Shared Governance System
We hope that during your time at College of Marin you
will get involved with student clubs and associations. Your involvement
you reinforce what you learn in class. Several of the many benefits
of involvement are listed below:
- Make new friends
- Develop and enhance new skills and abilities
- Work as part of a team
- Learn to set and achieve goals
- Share your time and talents
- Have fun!
As you grow at the College of Marin, you will discover that the more
involved you become, the more you will benefit from your college experience.
Student learning is not a spectator sport; you must participate to benefit.
Enhance your education by becoming involved.
Clubs do not restrict membership based on race, color, religious creed,
sex, national origin, sexual preference, medical condition, status as
a Vietnam era veteran, age, marital status, or disability. Reasonable
accommodations are made for students with disabilities.
Gamma Sigma: Promotes scholarships for qualifying students and encourages community
involvement, qualified membership will be noted on official transcript.
- Phi Theta Kappa: Promotes scholarships for qualifying students, qualified membership will be noted on official transcript.
Arts & Entertainment
- Club Metals: Allows students to work between classes to raise money, share ideas,
and bring in guest lecturers.
- Club Mud: Promotes the advancement of skills and appreciation of the art
- Cheerleading Club: Promotes schools spirit and performance.
- Dancer's Guild: Helps raise funds for the dance department and assists with dance
concerts, the center, and special projects.
- Drama Club: Promotes participation in activities that enrich student's understanding
and appreciation of the theater experience.
- Inky Fingers: Promotes the discipline of print making.
- Life Drawing and Sculpture: Gives the students an opportunity to draw and sculpt life models
for extended poses.
- Sculpture Club: Provides a means for students to purchase sculpture tools and materials.
- Student Art Association: Provides a means for students to purchase small quantities of bronze
and ceramic shell for cast bronze art.
- Black Student Union: Provides an opportunity for African ancestry students and their
supporters to identify, articulate, and implement activities and
programs that advance the interests of African ancestry students
and the campus community.
- International Society Club: Gives students the opportunity to exchange ideas and gain awareness
about other cultures and their values by supporting diversity and
- Latino Student Union: Provides an opportunity for Latino students and their supporters
to identify, articulate, and implement activities and programs that
advance the interests of Latino students and the campus community.
- Christian Club: To promote the knowledge of the truth of the bible among the students at COM.
- Accessibility Rights Club: Raise awareness of accessibility issues on campus and in our community.
- Environmental Action Club: Works to increase the environmental awareness of IVC and COM students
and manages the recycling program.
- Sustainability Club: Promotes and improves the Environmental Landscape Program at the
College of Marin.
- A-Z Club: Promotes communication, understanding, and acceptance among people
of different gender and orientation.
- Dental Assisting: Raises funds for the Dental Assisting Program through various activities.
- Student Nurses Association: Promotes recruitment and participation in community affairs and
donation of time towards community health care.
Journalism & Publications
- COMET (College of Marin Echo Times Newspaper): Promotes Echo Times special projects.
Political & Social Action
- Students 4 Social Justice: An inclusive, democratic organization of COM students that promotes
progressive change through economic, environmental, and social justice.
- The Model UN Club:To create awarness and generate dialogue within our community about the mission and activities of the United Nations.
Professional & Workforce Development
- Computer Science Club: Sponsors camaraderie among CIS students, promotes CIS as a career
choice, and grants awards to CIS students.
- Association of Peer Tutors: To create community among students, tutors and the Tutoring Center.
- Engineers Society: Designs and builds projects as a team and expand student's interest
- Literary Magazine Club/Looking Glass Quarterly: Collect and publish creative works from COM students and faculty.
- Programming Club:To offer an environment for getting help with programming, teaching programing and working on projects collaboratively.
- Puente Club:Increase the number of educationally disadvantaged students who enroll in four year colleges and universities.
- IVC Car Club/Auto Body Club: Provides "live car" repair experience for the auto tech students.
- 10,000 Degrees COM Cohort: Provide peer support to all the 10kd students at COM.
- Transfer Club:Promote awareness of the Transfer Program among COM students .
- Veterans Association Club: To support veterans by connecting them to resources, creating a community and helping them transition into college life.
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Associated Students Web Page
Technical Contact: Vickie Lamke, Administrative Assistant, Student Activities & Advocacy Office (SAA) 415-485-9376
Content Responsible: Sadika Sulaiman Hara, Director of Student Activities & Advocacy Office (SAA) 415-485-9376