Student Leadership Committees
Make A Difference on Campus
Student Leadership supports a diverse range of dynamic student–run committees, each addressing a specific need of the student body. Generally, student committees meet weekly throughout each quarter.
Additionally, Student Leadership recruits student representatives to serve on a variety of campus-wide committees where student voice is critical. Serving on campus committees is a great opportunity to work with faculty, staff and administrators to effect positive change on campus.
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Addresses publishing issues, which may arise for SCC student publications (the principle example being the Seattle Collegian). It addresses issues of censorship, investigates charges of libel, upholds the Newspaper Code of Ethics, and mediates any charges of misconduct.Read more
The duties of the S&A committee members are to evaluate services funded by S&A fees across the campus (Tutoring Center, Information Central, Art Gallery, etc.). In addition, to allocate money for the upcoming school year. The S&A funding must serve the greatest numbers of Seattle Central College students through services and activities that engage the student body. Attendance is a yearlong commitment.Read more
Works to spread awareness of any political issues that affect students. The committee promotes voter outreach campaigns and works in collaboration with 34 community and technical colleges from across the state.Read more
Connects students with resources that encourage and promote student success, development and well-being, this group evaluates various needs of the student body and works on innovative projects to enhance the overall college experience. Such projects include the Textbook Lending Program and improving student lounge areas.Read more
Is convened in the fall to purchase textbooks (from a fund established by the Associated Student Council to put on reserve in the Library for student use). The intent is to identify expensive books that will be used by many students and buy Library copies as a way of assisting students who lack funds to buy books.Read more
This committee consists of faculty, staff, and mostly students. The committee’s goal is to take nominations from students, staff, and faculty on who they believe is the best fit to receive these two medals at graduation.Read more
Plans fun, traditionally celebrated events on campus, and helps school organizations to put on campus-wide events. Examples include Halloween, Teacher Appreciation Day, Valentine’s Day and the Winter Dance.Read more
The focus of the Creative Arts Series is to provide an artistic and cultured outlet for the Seattle Central student body through film, traditional or digital art mediums, creative writing, performance art, and music (Student Showcases, Poetry Night, Unity Fair Tryouts, Film Festival, etc.Read more
Coordinates and implements events and activities based on both cultural and ethnic backgrounds whether it is a celebrated month, day, or a general event that will enhance cultural understanding (Teacher Appreciation Day, Lunar New Year, Black History Month, Dia De Los Muertos, Social Powwow, etc.).Read more
Is comprised of representatives from all the leadership boards, clubs and organizations, who come together to organize a campus-wide Spring Quarter event celebrating the diversity of our community and the accomplishments of the year.Read more