• CCC Associated Student Government 

    Be a Student Leader at CCC

    Associated Student Government CCC offers you opportunities to become involved as a student government leader in both the college and the broader community.

    Clackamas Community College Associated Student Government (CCCASG) holds a passion for serving others through our work and activities at the college, state, and even federal levels. The ASG represents the student body at CCC, and participating members must meet the ethical and behavioral standards of their unique office. As the voice for all students, “servant leadership” - as opposed to personal gain - is our common drive.

    Although specific goals may vary from year to year, ASG's consistent mission is to:

    • Inspire those on the CCC campus to become involved in campus events and activities.
    • Create student awareness around local, state, and federal policies that impact students.
    • Communicate student needs and concerns to the decision-making bodies of the college so that we can all work as partners to provide the best educational experience possible for CCC students.

    Valuable leadership skills are gained from participating as an ASG student leader at CCC; even as you give of yourself to the college and your fellow students, you are acquiring skills that will benefit you for the rest of your life.

    We encourage you to join us. Apply now! Download New ASG Member Application Form (PDF)

    For more information, contact CCCASG by email asgadmin@clackamas.edu or call 503-594-3040.

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