Associated Students

http://as.fullcoll.edu

College Center, Room 222, 2nd Floor — (714) 992-7118

Since virtually all major decisions that are made on the Fullerton College campus affect students in some way, student input to the various decision-making bodies has become increasingly relevant, necessary, and welcomed. The Associated Students Senate is the recognized “student voice” in the shared governance process of the campus community.

Associated Students (A.S.) consists of elected and appointed members including the Associated Students President, Vice Presi­dent, Treasurer, Senators, Senate Members, and Inter-Club Council (I.C.C.) President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. The Student Trustee may also attend and report at the Associated Students Senate meetings. A.S. elections are held in the fall for the current year and in the spring for the following year.

Associated Students Senate holds business meetings every Tuesday at 1:30 pm in Room 227, College Center, 2nd Floor. All students and guests are welcome to attend. Times subject to change.

Associated Students and Inter-Club Council provide a comprehensive student activities and club program. Events are planned with sufficient variety and provide an opportunity for all to participate.

Inter-Club Council meetings are every other 2nd and 4th Mondays at 1:30 pm in Room 227, College Center, 2nd Floor. All students and guests are welcome to attend. Times subject to change.

Check the Associated Students Office (Room 222, College Center, 2nd Floor) or the Student Activities Office (Room 223, College Center, 2nd Floor) for times and locations of all other AS, ICC, and club meetings.

Associated Students Legal Clinic

The Associated Students Legal Clinic Attorney assists Fullerton College students, staff and senior citizens with legal concerns. This free service is provided by the Associated Students. For an appointment, call (714) 992-7118.

Associated Students “Benefits Member Validation”

Associated Students Benefits Validation — $12 Per Semester; Summer Benefits Validation — $6

The Fullerton College Campus Photo Identification Card, properly validated by the Associated Students, shall allow students to receive a wide variety of valuable activities and services. The A.S. Benefits Member Validation may be purchased during registration at the Admissions and Records payment window (2000 Bldg), Campus IDs (Room 214), and in Student Activities (Bldg 200, Room 223/College Center, 2nd Floor). For more information on services and benefits offered, please see “Student Activities.” NOTE: Services subject to change.

  • Art shows and displays
  • Campus publicity and handouts
  • Child Development Center support
  • Day-to-day business operations of the Associated Students offices
  • Discounts at over 70 local businesses (detailed listing in the A.S. Student Handbook and Academic Planner)
  • Free admission (or discount) at Fullerton College Music and Art events
  • Free admission (or discount) to all Fullerton College A.S. sponsored events including food event days, Homecoming activities, comedy shows, college hours, educational programs, cultural events and more
  • Free admission (or discount) to all Fullerton College Mainstage Theatre events
  • Free admission (or discount) to all home Fullerton College ­athletic events (excluding tournaments)
  • Free Legal assistance
  • Fullerton College Bookstore discounts 
  • Fullerton College “FC Days” discounts on ticket sales for a variety of amusements ($2 per ticket service charge savings)
  • Fullerton College “FC Days” discounts on tickets sales for AMC and Edwards/Regal Cinemas
  • Fullerton College Cosmetology discounts
  • Instructional Funding, when available
  • Inter-Club Council (ICC) and club involvement
  • Membership in any Associated Students funded club and organization (does not include clubs not choosing to be funded)
  • Music group activities — bands, choirs, ensembles
  • Out-of-class learning programs — e.g., workshops, seminars, symposiums, trips
  • Participation in the Campus newspaper and other student publications beyond the basic class requirements, subject to change
  • Play pool, check out cue sticks, cue ball and board games in the Student Center Lounge
  • State and regional student representation
  • Student banquets, awards, and recognition programs
  • Student Body (A.S.) Elections
  • Student Center improvements
  • Student Government — A.S. Senate membership
  • Student research and effort toward improving Food Services, Bookstore services, bus service and parking facilities, instructor accountability, environmental clean up, and service abroad

Services Offered and/or Supported by the Associated Students for all Students

  • “FC Days” discount tickets
  • A.S. CareBank — emergency assistance
  • A.S. Co-sponsorship funding
  • A.S. Legal Clinic — free legal assistance
  • Art shows and displays
  • Athletics
  • Campus newspaper and other student publications beyond the basic class requirements, subject to change
  • Campus Photo Identification Cards
  • Campus publicity, marketing and outreach
  • Child Development Center support
  • Day-to-day business operations of the A.S. offices
  • Instructional funding opportunities, when available
  • Inter-Club Council/Club involvement
  • Music group activities — bands, choirs, ensembles
  • Pep Band, subject to change
  • Pep Squad, subject to change
  • Programs and Special Events — featuring interesting speakers, seminars, plays and entertainment
  • Ski discounts at participating ski resorts
  • State and regional student representation
  • Student banquets, awards and recognition programs
  • Student Body (A.S.) Elections
  • Student Center operations
  • Student Government leadership opportunities
  • Student research for campus improvements

(Services subject to change)