Hello beloved students,
I am Jose Custodio, I am excited to serve the students of Los Angeles Mission College as the newly elected ASO President! I am a Sociology Major aspiring to become an Educational Administrator in the near future. I expect together transfer to UC Riverside or Cal State Humboldt next year. Whenever I am not busy with ASO, work and school I enjoy taking long walks on the beach…. Just Kidding!!! I enjoy the sport of boxing and spending quality time with my family. There are three goals that I would like to accomplish during my term.
If you feel as though these goals coalign with a passion of yours feel free to give me a call or pick up an application to become a Senator in the ASO, we would love to have you be apart of the team!
- Establish a sustainable food pantry.
- Work of getting refillable water bottle stations.
- Collaborate with other clubs and ASO Presidents in order to execute better events.
Raul Sandoval Jr.
Born in California, I was raised in the San Fernando Valley. I am currently studying Mechanical Engineering and plan to transfer to California Polytechnic State University of San Luis Obispo. I have been attending Los Angeles Mission College since the Fall Semester of 2015 and have since been proud to be an Eagle. In the Spring of 2017, I applied to join the ASO as a senator of Social Activities. I enjoyed my experience as a senator and now I have decided to take on the role of Vice-President.
As ASO Vice President, I will use the building blocks left behind by my predecessors to organize events that will attract, inform and positively impact the students. I will keep in mind each student from every background as I voice the students’ best interests. I vow to always represent the Los Angeles Mission College Eagles.
What is ASO?
The Associated Student Organization was established to provide students the opportunity for participation in student leadership and the development of skills in this area. The objectives of the ASO are: to advocate for the rights and needs of all LAMC students and to address any concerns and/or issues thereof; to support, raise awareness of, and promote cultural sensitivity and diversity; and to promote educational opportunities contributive to a successful college experience (student services, educational events, and other beneficial programs). The ASO votes on issues relating to Los Angeles Mission College and the student body.
When & where we meet?
During the Spring 2018 semester, the Associated Student Organization meets every Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. in the ASO Conference Room #2 (former math lab), located in the Campus Center building lower level.
Who can join?
- Registered students of Los Angeles Mission College College who pay the $7.00 A.S.O. fee
- Faculty and Staff Members
ASO Member Benefits
- Free Scantrons
- Free Printing (10 per day)
- LAMC Folder
- Free Pencil
- Internet Access
- ASO T-Shirt
- Free ASO Events
- Join a School Club
- Charter a School Club
- Eligibility To Run For Office*