Associated Students of College of San Mateo (ASCSM) at College of San Mateo - ASCSM Elections
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Associated Students of College of San Mateo (ASCSM)
ASCSM Elections – Spring 2014 General Election

Election Timeline

  • Tuesday, April 8
    Candidate filing begins
  • Thursday, April 24
    Mandatory Candidates Meeting
  • Monday, April 28
    Campaigning begins
  • Monday, May 5
    Mandatory Candidates Meeting for Write-In Candidates
  • Tuesday, May 6 through
    Thursday, May 8

    Polls open
  • Friday, May 9 and/or Monday, May 12
    Election results announced
Official Election Results (PDF)

Announcing an election to fill seats on the ASCSM Senate for the 2014/15 academic year.

Positions available:
  • President (1)
  • Vice President (1)
  • Finance Director (1)
  • Senator (17)
All interested students are encouraged to apply. As a member of the ASCSM Senate, you will be part of the collaborative and participatory governance process at College of San Mateo, working with administrators, faculty, and classified staff to improve the College and its programs. You will also be responsible for managing a sizeable Associated Students budget to fund programs and services for the benefit of the students.

Minimum qualifications while running for and holding office:
  • Be enrolled in at least six (6.0) units of credit at CSM while running for and holding office.
  • A majority of currently enrolled on-campus units must be at CSM (distance learning units exempted).
  • Have and maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 while running for and holding office. Have at least a 2.0 GPA in the semester prior to running for office and maintain a 2.0 in each semester while serving in office.
  • Have and maintain “satisfactory progress” (a 50 percent or higher completion rate).
Minimum levels of commitment
Involvement in student leadership can be an exciting and rewarding experience. It does, however, require a high level of responsibility and commitment. Your minimum level of commitment will involve spending time in formal and informal meetings and in activities planning sessions outside of those meetings.

Minimum participation requirements
  • A minimum of about two hours per week for official Senate meetings; Senate meetings are held every Monday from 2:15 pm to 4 pm.
  • During the summer, the Senate will meet twice per month at the day and time indicated above.
  • An additional one to two hours per week for College or District committee meetings.
Recommended participation
  • It is strongly recommended that Senate members attend the three-day A.S. Leadership Conference between Friday, June 6, 2014 and Sunday, Sunday, June 8, 2014.
  • It is also recommended that Senate members set aside additional hours per week to help plan, prepare, and participate in Senate activities, meetings, and events.
In addition to attending candidate information sessions and preparing to run in the election, we invite you to join us at a Senate meeting. Attending current Senate meetings will help you get a feel for the governance process and allow you the opportunity to interact with current student leaders. The Senate meets Mondays at 2:15 p.m. in the College Heights Conference Room in College Center (Building 10, Room 468).

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