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            2. Campus Life

              Campus Life Office Focuses on Leadership, Clubs, and Events

              The Campus Life Office is a resource center dedicated to supporting your leadership development opportunities while preparing you to be an informed, educated leader and citizen in your community. The program enhances your educational experience by fostering your social, intellectual and physical growth.

              The Campus Life Office provides opportunities to: 

              Calendar of Events Campus Life Discord 

               

              Ways for Students to Get Involved

              Join or Start a Student Club

              Want to expand your learning beyond the classroom ? Consider joining a student club or starting a new one. Clubs are an excellent way for students to connect with others who share similar interests. 

              Participate in Student Government

              Did you know all Sierra College students are members of the Associated Students of Sierra College (ASSC)? ASSC is governed by the Student Senate. You can participate as a student by attending Student Senate meetings or by being a member of the Student Senate.  

              To learn about the Student Senate and when they meet, visit Student Senate or contact the Campus Life Office.

              Volunteer on the Campus Life Programming Board

              What is the Programming Board?

              The Student Programming Board organizes events designed to build community and student engagement on campus and virtually. A portion of each Student Activities Fee is allocated to the Programming Board to fund these activities. With support of the Associated Students of Sierra College (ASSC) Student Senate and Inter Club Council, the Programming Board plans, organizes, and hosts several events throughout the academic year. Review our Programming Model.

              The current Programming Board Members are: Kate Udall (Student Ambassador), Vladimir Ceban (Student Ambassador), Mai Sugiyama (Learning Center Tutor) and Ty Juarez (Student Ambassador).

              Who can volunteer?

              The Programming Board invites currently registered Sierra College students to volunteer in programming initiatives on campus. Being a volunteer allows students to get involved with ASSC, build friendships, and gain leadership skills while hosting events and programs on campus.

              To learn more, email Mary Vogel in the Campus Life Office at mvogel2@sierracollege.edu

              Contact Campus Life Office

              Rocklin Campus J 7

              • Fall and Spring Hours
                M-Th: 8:30am - 5:00pm

              Nevada County Campus N5 104

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