Welcome to the Associated Students of RCC
Who We Are:
ASRCC is the official legislative organization that represents the interests of all Riverside City College students using a 3-branch student government model. The leaders of ASRCC are the official "voice" of influence for the daily life and needs of students. The many facets of ASRCC include:
What We Do:
Listen to, advocate for, and enrich the experience of RCC students. This includes hosting campus wide activities; planning, and marketing events through a Public Relations and Design Committee; qualifying for scholarships; representing fellow students on committees and shared governance with faculty, staff and trustees; affecting policies; developing leadership skills; creating awareness; building new, meaningful relationships and much, much, more!
Why We Are Here:
“ The purpose of life is to contribute in some way to make things better.” Robert F. Kennedy
To cultivate leadership, be the voice for the student body, foster talent, create lifelong friendships, and to make connections that our students will never forget. In short? To make a difference.
Why Get Involved?
Learn and apply leadership skills by getting involved in Student Government or a club
Improve your resume and appeal to future employers
Qualify for more scholarships
Gain community service hours and improve your transfer application
Make friends. Network with faculty, staff, administration and fellow students
Exercise your voice. Make a difference
Enjoy discounted goods and services with your student ID; access to resources, study rooms, engagement areas and more!
Where Do I Go?
With 3 branches of government, over 40 clubs and organizations and 100 events or programs a year, there is plenty to check out! Explore the ASRCC Webpage for areas you may be interested in. They include:
Come See us in Person:
Become an ambassador with the Multicultural Advisory Council (MCAC), a Commissioner on the Board of Commissioners (BOC), represent a club in the Inter-Club Council, become an intern in Media and Design (M&D), a Justice of the Supreme Court, or serve as a Senator.
There are over 40 clubs and organizations throughout the year. Active clubs are always listed with meeting times and information. Don't see a club you like? Start one!
Check out the calendar for several ASRCC-hosted events through the school year.
Benefits, discounts and resources
Student Government Center
Located on 2nd Floor of the Bradshaw Center (above the Cafeteria)
Student Activities Office
Located on 2nd Floor of the Bradshaw Center
Hours: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Open Monday through Thursday