ASG In Review – Feb. 21, 2020

Juan Páez

The Associated Student Government (ASG) typically holds meetings from 3-5 p.m. every other Monday in the boardroom of the 1000 Building. This meeting was held on Feb. 10. The next meeting will be held on Feb. 24.

Students may attend if they would like to meet their representatives or voice an issue. In addition, students may meet with their representatives in the Student Life Office on the third floor of the PUB on most weekdays.

Budget and Finance Officer Krizzia Sunio began the meeting by giving ASG’s mini grant budget report: $56,790.03 out of an initial $70,000 remains for the next year.

Old Business

SCC Athletics’ request for a mini grant to cover a Cost of Living Adjustment in the last ASG meeting was supposed to be $6,125 instead of $4,653. They missed some coaches in their initial head count. They requested the difference, which was granted by the board.

New Business

Club Recognitions

Calisthenics Club

The Calisthenics Club wants to raise awareness amongst students about the benefits of exercise, as well as meet every week to exercise together. The Club was approved.

Mini Grants

Project Pride

Project Pride is organizing a drag show on March 12 due to the success of the drag show held at last year’s Pride Prom. The money will be used to pay the performers and purchase food for attendees.

Requested: $1,348.92
Granted: $1,348.92

SCC Association of Nursing Students

Nursing students requested money to cover the graduation costs for graduating students. The ceremony will take place in the PUB Main Dining Room on March 24.

Requested: $259.36
Granted: $259.36

Nominee Approvals
Appointment Review Committees

Appointment Review Committees are assembled by teachers who want a tenured position. Students are appointed to these committees to form part of the review process the tenure-tracked teachers must go through before attaining tenured status. Romaine Bush and Tanjike Chea were appointed to Mollie Sharp and Ta’Challa Ferris’ Appointment Review Committees, respectively.