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Executive Branch

If you like to plan ANY activity and you just want to have a good time...

If you want to plan and become involved in Multi-Cultural activities and education here on campus…

If you want to handle and allocate over $600,000.00 in funds, pass legislation, and become involved in a more political branch of Student Government...

If you are looking into the legal system as a future career and you would like to be involved in the elections and constitutions here on campus...

If you are a club member and you want to represent your club and advertise club activities...see which Branch of government fits YOU best!


Sammie Ayoub, ASRCCD Student Trustee

Sammie Ayoub was elected to the Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees in April 2016. Mr. Ayoub has been a student at Riverside City College since Fall of 2014 and is a Political Science major. Mr. Ayoub strives in improving the student transfer rate, decreasing college unemployment, aid to homeless students, accountability, dissemination of information between all community colleges, and maintaining fiscal responsibility within our district. Mr. Ayoub has served as the pro-tempore of the ASRCC Supreme Court and officer of the Riverside City College Model United Nations program. Mr. Ayoub has a background of Jordanian decent and continues to press the values from his family of working smart and hard to students that look to exceed past the community college system.


Nigel Item, ASRCC President 

As your student body president I would like to welcome all of you to Riverside City College, home of the Tigers. Riverside City College is home to a wide diversity of students, whether it be race, age, income, background, etc. Such diversity on our campus makes Riverside City College such a great campus to study in and to pursue your interest. I encourage you all to explore Riverside City College, I promise you that no matter what your interest are you will find a place here on our campus. By entering as a student here at Riverside City College you are positioned for success, so utilize the resources here on campus, resources such as tutoring, financial aid, counseling, and many more to aid you in your journey. As your student body president I invite you to be involve in our campus community, join clubs, join organizations, join a sport team, or join me in serving students by being a part of our student governement. I am excited to be serving as your student body president for the 2016-2017 academic school year. I wish you all a wonderful year and much success.​

     Lynn Smith, ASRCC Vice-President 

Hello! My name is Jacquelyn Smith, and I will be your student body Vice President for the 2016-2017 academic school year. I came to Riverside City College the summer I graduated high school in search of a way to find who I was, as well as find where my talents lay. My major is biology and I will be transferring as a pre medical major next fall. My main focus has always been to learn and seize the day in whatever I do, and as your student body Vice President I hope to help you find your place and help you achieve your goals and dreams. As your student body Vice President it is my job to help each of the students of Riverside City College with whatever is in my power and ability, and i promise to try my best! Riverside City College is a great educational institution, indeed the lessons we as students will learn here are important, but defining ourselves and applying the knowledge we have gained will push us forward in life on whatever road we may choose. Lets make this a great year and lets seize the day! Go Tigers!​

      Alyssa Lopez, Executive Secretary


                              Charlie Zacarias, Executive Treasurer

Hi! My name is Charlie Zacarias and I am the ASRCC Executive Treasurer for the 2016-2017 academic year. I am a mathematics major here at Riverside City College and deeply enjoy science and math. My goals as your Treasurer are to provide a more user friendly and accessible budget, to update the budget at a reasonable frequency, and to utilize Microsoft Excel to datatize our expenditures and profits. Hopefully my changes to the budget will help students and the administration easily evaluate and navigate the budget. I also hope to continue to be active in helping out to solve issues within the campus with ASRCC, the college administration, and faculty. The students are our first priority and it's a goal to have RCC be more accessible to students whether it be for academics, success, or quality service. I hope this year goes well for everyone and if you have any questions regarding any budgetary matter, please feel free to contact me at Student Government!

Public Relations 

The purpose of Public Relations is to promote ASRCC and all related events to the Riverside City College student body. This can include  designing on many various media platforms. In Media & Design you will not only get hands on experience, but also you will take part as a major piece of the hub within the implementation of events designed by the ASRCC Executive Board, Senate Outreach, and Student Activities to the entire campus. If marketing, business, journalism, design, art, animation, video, or any form of media and its implementation is one of your strengths, then please join this team and make a difference on your campus wide promotions.​ 

Sarah Amro, Public Relations Director

Inter-Club Council


The purpose ICC is to foster communication between clubs, to promote cooperation and organization between the clubs, to promote joint participation in each other’s activities and to provide support for clubs in respect to any financial assistance or grievances when presenting such matters to the Riverside Associated Student Body Senate. The ICC meets on Mondays at 11:15 in the Heritage Room (Digital Library 121 for the month of September).

ICC Assistant Director

Hi! My name is Angelica Cachuela. I will be the ICC Co-Director for the 2016 - 2017 academic school year. I came to Riverside City College once I graduated high school in 2014, aspiring to become a registered nurse. The Nursing Program here at RCC is supposed to be one of the best, so if Nursing is your major, you are in the right place! While I was taking general ed and prerequisite classes for the program, I met some amazing people who told me to join student government. At first I thought, no thank you! I thought it was going to be just like high school ASB. However, that was not the case. Joining student government was one of the best decisions I could have ever made. Student government became a home to me. I met a bunch of amazing people who I can now call my best friends. That is what I want the future students of RCC to have. I want them to find a place where they feel like they belong, whether it's in ASRCC or in a club. I want them to have the best college experience and I feel that if we inform them of all the great clubs on campus, they will feel more at home. I also wish to make sure that the clubs on campus know that they can trust that ASRCC has their best intentions at heart and are here to help. At the end of the day, ASRCC and clubs are here to help students, so if we all join together, I think we will be able to make RCC an amazing environment that students will want to be in, be proud of and want to be a part of.​

Campus Activities Council (CAC)

The Campus Activities Council (CAC) is a group that focuses on the events that are done by ASRCC. We want to do fun and educational events for all of the students on campus. We will be doing some interactive activities throughout the year so it would be great if you (the students) would like to participate. I am extremely excited for this upcoming year and hoping that all of you will joins us on our events for this year! A little about me; this will be my second year in RCC, my major is Law, and I enjoy dancing and playing tennis. I am also very friendly and love to smile, so my advice to you is let go of the anger and learn from those situations. After all, these are our college years and they need to be productive along with fun. This is why I will do my best to make all of our events as fun and educational as possible. If you would like to be a part of the CAC team please feel free to join us at our meetings.

                             Jessica Harmon, CAC Director
Hello! My name is Jessica Harmon, I am the Campus Activities Council Director of ASRCC for the 2016-2017 school year. This is my second year at Riverside City College, majoring in Math and Science, specifically interested in Environmental Science. Last year I had the honor of being CAC Secretary and I absolutely fell in love with event planning and decorating. I am very passionate about promoting a fun and exciting environment to give our students a wonderful college experience.  Our main focus of the council is to execute a wide variety of events across the campus and assist clubs in making their events even more enjoyable and exciting for all.  In this organization, we are a large, loving family, working with every branch to improve and enhance campus life. I am so excited for what this school year will bring and I cannot wait for you all to experience these events!​

                    Andrew Rivera, CAC Assistant Director

I am a former CAC member and I am thrilled to be your Campus Activities Council Co-Director. This year I would love to take Riverside City College students on an adventure to experience a great year on our campus. Also I want to inform students what Riverside City College has to offer in terms of classes, clubs, extracurricular activities, and of the like. Alongside these, I would love to bring Riverside City College students information about the variety of majors here on campus. I am looking forward to a great and productive school year.  



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