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LACCD Student Trustee Information 2021
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?
ASO meets on a weekly basis and is determined by the current ASO council. Date and Time is also decided by the current ASO council.
Who can join?
- Beginning Fall 2019, the A.S.O fee will be $10.00 for Fall and Spring semester
- A.S.O Fee will be $3.00 for Summer and Winter
ASO Member Benefits
- Free Scantrons
- Free Printing (10 per day) (See how to print)
- LAMC Folder
- Free Pencil or Pen
- Internet Access
- ASO T-Shirt
- Free ASO Events
- Join a School Club
- Charter a School Club
- Eligibility To Run For Office*
Message from the ASO President
To all Los Angeles Mission College students—my name is Sonia Meroian and I am your ASO president for the 2020-2021 school year. Previously, I served as your Senator of Political Affairs for the Spring 2020 semester, a duty through which I was able to grip an understanding of what it truly takes to represent the hardworking students of LAMC. As a Political Science major with an undying passion for leadership and activism, I ran my platform on bolstering participation in club meetings, fundraisers, and other on-campus activities for YOUR collective benefit.
A little about myself—I am an eighteen year old first-generation Armenian immigrant from the Middle East who has always sought to fight for the marginalized and underrepresented, and has done so through whatever means granted. The teachers, professors, and employers of my past have described me as a strong-willed young woman who always takes the initiative to speak up against what is wrong, and proudly encourages what is right. Through this position which I am so grateful to have obtained, I will do my best to act upon their words.
Throughout our journey together, I will still be your peer, your classmate, and your friend-- ready and willing to stand by your side at any time. Contact me! I will always be open to your comments, suggestions, criticism, or general conversation.
To the wonderful things we will do together!