When near the cashier's office, remember to let them know you would like to become a member of the A.S.O. It's only $10!! There are many benefits to joining! Here are a few:
$3.00 Discount on Parking
Off Campus Discounts
Access to Free Legal Advice
Photo Student I.D.'s
*This is a general application for those interested in joining the ASO senate.
*This contract signifies that the candidate understands the requirements of an ASO senator and that he/she agrees to those terms.
*This form is used to collect signatures of students that support a possible senate candidate for election.
*This form is used by ASO senators to keep track of service points earned throughout the semester.
*This form provides a point scale for senators to reference when filling out their points record sheet. This table tells you how many points each activity is worth.
*This form is used to show proof that a senator conducted an in-class announcement.
*This form is used to provide proof that a senator attended a shared governance meeting.
*This form may be used by senators, club members, and members of the general public to request that a specific item or action be considered by the senate during an ASO meeting.
*This form is used by senators to submit legislation to the ASO senate for approval/disapproval.
*This form must be attached to all Bill Request Forms when presenting a fiduciary bill (when requesting funds). It provides a itemized breakdown of the bill's proposed budget.
*This form is necessary and must be completed by any student prior to attending a conference or field trip where they will be representing Harbor College. (Administrative Regulation E-77 attached to form with additional details)
*This form may be used by senators and club members who wish to reserve facilities on campus for a particular event.
i.e. Use of the quad, microphone, sound system, stage, podium, Seahawk Center, Cafeteria, etc.
*This is a resource that outlines the California Ralph M. Brown Act. The ASO Senate and LAHC Club meetings are subject to this law.
*The SSCCC is the statewide body for community college student government. The SSCCC participates in development of policy for California Community Colleges.
*The Board of Trustees governs the Los Angeles Community College District.