Digital compostition by August Frank
Digital compostition by August Frank

Digital compostition by August Frank

ASLCC elections are happening soon. The filing deadline for candidates is 6:00 p.m. on April 16. Credit students on main campus who have paid the student activity fee for Spring term are eligible to run. The election will be held in early May.
Students can run for president or apply for senator positions. Students can also run for ASLCC Student Finance Board positions. ASLCC positions are paid and come with benefits that are budgeted each year. Typically, the president receives a $500 monthly stipend and the vice president receives $450 monthly, and both receive a 12 credit tuition waiver per term while in office.
Serving on student government is a way to be involved in decision-making that can directly impact Lane students. Belonging to ASLCC is also a way to gain leadership experience and learn about government processes.
“We are the ones who are on the front lines navigating the plans of our institutions to ensure we are stakeholders in all conversations,” ASLCC President Malisa Ratthasing said. “This includes, but is not limited to, policy work, tuition setting and student service creations like our food pantry.”
Candidate application forms are now available at www.orgsync.com under the forms tab.
Applicants are advised to read eligibility and orientation requirements carefully before applying. There will be a student government elections information meeting on Monday, April 13 at 2 p.m. in Building 1, Room 224.