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Student Government

Student Government - Get involved

Interested students are encouraged to apply for an appointed position or run for office. Everyone is encouraged to vote for a candidate during elections. The ASGRCC president, vice president, and chief justice offices are located in the Student Life Office. Stop by and see them. Student Government meetings are every Wednesday and Thursday from 12-1 in the Rainier Room in the Lindbloom Student Center. If you want to get involved, come to the open meetings and learn how you can make a difference on campus.

An integral part of the college structure, the ASGRCC handles student complaints, provides funding for campus clubs, athletics and activities, and reports student needs and welfare directly to the administration and college Board of Trustees.

For your resources, we would like to provide the Green River ASGRCC Constitution and Bylaws.

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ASGRCC President

Tevin Gladney

Tevin Gladney

Hello Gators! My name is Tevin Gladney and this is my second year here at Green River Community College. I am half African American and half Vietnamese. I grew up here in Washington at a little neighborhood called White Center. Last year I was involved with CLEO as the special events coordinator. I had a blast and learned a lot about myself along the way.

This year, I am very excited to represent our students here at Green River as the student body president. My goal is to interact, and connect with as many students as I can, and listen to what they think we should do to make this the best experience possible, both socially and academically. I also want to network with other community and technical colleges in our area to share and gain helpful ideas. I love meeting new faces. If you ever see me around campus, don't be afraid to say hi! I would love to have a conversation and answer any questions about student government.

 

ASGRCC Vice-President

Dema Issa

Dema Issa

Al salam 'Alaykom!

My name is Dema Issa, I'm an international student from Palestine, Ramallah. This is my second year at Green River Community College and I am thrilled to be a representative of it as the student body vice president. I am currently studying towards an AA degree in order to transfer into a four years university to major in Architecture. One thing I am very passionate about is culture. I have a great interest in learning about diverse cultures and that is one of the reasons why I decided to study in America.

One thing I am very excited about when it comes to being the ASGRCC vice president is the given opportunity of reaching out to people and offering different ways that I can help in making their college experience better. If you were to see me on or off campus do not hesitate to come up to me and say hello, or ask for a random Hi5, I would love that! I wish you an awesome experience at GRCC, I'll try my best to make that happen! Salaam!

 

Chief Justice

Kathleena Ly

Kathleena Ly

My name is Kathleena and I am the 2014-2015 ASGRCC Chief Justice.

I am a running start student attending GRCC as a full time student. This is my first year getting involved with Student Government. It's only been my first year involved with ASGRCC but I've always been involved with the Student Life here from attending events and volunteering. Getting involved with ASGRCC is a life changing experience. Through ASGRCC, I've met the greatest people and learned valuable leadership skills that will help me throughout my time here in college and into the real world.

I encourage all students to get involved and be a part of the Student Life here on campus. Not only will it be a life changing experience, it'll make your time here at GRCC worthwhile.

 

Our Budget

S & A Fee Budget End of the Year Report

In accordance with RCW 28B.15.045 -- Intent -- 2012 c 104: "The legislature recognizes that students play an important role in recommending how services and activities fees should be expended, as the majority of members of the services and activities fees committee at each institution of higher education. It is the intent of the legislature to increase transparency, so that expenditures of revenue from services and activities fees are clearly visible and accessible to the students who pay those fees." [2012 c 104 § 1.]

The S&A Fee Budget at Green River is determined by students and staff. At every stage of the budget development, students are a majority on the committees involved.

ASGRCC has made available the end of the year report for S & A fee budgets in PDF format.

  • 2014-2015 budget

ASGRCC Financial Code

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Lindbloom Student Center
Second Floor, Room 204
(253) 833-9111 ext. 2410