The Student Leadership Council (SLC) is the official student government organization on campus (Student Governance 2.5.5.) The SLC represents student interests and concerns and promotes student involvement in school-sponsored events, clubs, forums, athletics, and honor societies. SLC provides an opportunity for students to develop and demonstrate leadership skills and work on issues that impact the student body. Being involved means opportunities for leadership training, conferences, scholarships, networking with administration and faculty and making a difference on campus and in our community.
Meetings: The SLC meets every Monday (Fall & Spring Semester) from 1:00- 3:00 pm in the Student Union to review and coordinate programs and services that benefit the students. Meetings are open to the student body. The weekly meetings are governed by the students and supported by advisors. There are many opportunities to get involved such as Student Forums, Community Service Events, Annual Bear Day, Fundraising, and management of the Blue Crew Spirit Team.
Executive Team members are selected by a committee appointed by the Director of Student Life and Leadership. Membership includes the Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Communication Manager(s) and the Event Manager(s).
2015-2016 SLC Executive Council Members:
- Edgar Manriquez-Sandoval, Chair Major: Bio-Medical Engineering
- Monica Calderon, Vice Chair Major: Clinical Social Worker
- Jessica Galindo, Secretary Major: Criminal Justice
- Daniel Segovia, Communication Manager Major: Forensic Technology
- Daniel Corral, Special Events Manager Major: Criminal Justice
- Members-At-Large provides a voice for students and assists the communication managers in regards to SLC issues, events & initiatives. They are selected by a committee appointed by the Director of Student Life and Leadership.
- Inter-Club Council Membership includes a representative from each active club.
Contact the SLC president or the Student Life and Leadership Office if you are interested in serving on a college committee, forming a club or organization, planning a college activity, or becoming involved in student government. Students are also welcome to provide suggestions and feedback for SLC members to bring to the attention of campus leadership by submitting ideas and comments at our designated suggestion boxes.