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The ASBCC, or Associated Students of Berkeley City College, is the student government at Berkeley City College. The role of this organization is to increase the student voice on campus through active participation on shared governance meetings, increased club participation, and assisting students with obstacles they may encounter on campus. The organization is made up of a thirteen member council consisting of: the president, the vice president of administration, the vice president of programs, the treasurer, the secretary, the communications officer, and seven senator positions. Additionally, there is a judicial council made up of five members with one chief justice.
Elections for the ASBCC are every spring semester with all positions, except judicial council and secretary, open to candidates. The judicial council and the secretary position are both nominated positions which are selected by the president after he or she has been elected. However, it is also the job of the ASBCC to research issues on campus which can provide an opportunity for students from the student body to participate. These tasks can range from discussing complex financial aid issues (along with attempting to solve these problems) to helping analyze the constitution. Speak with the president or the ASBCC members to see about possibilities for participation to help better the student body along with BCC as an institution.