Associated Students of Lewis & Clark
Welcome to the Associated Students of Lewis & Clark
The Associated Students of Lewis & Clark (ASLC) exist to represent the voices of the undergraduate students of Lewis & Clark on topics that they care about. Today, ASLC advocates for students on issues such as textbook affordability, diversity and inclusion, representation in decision making, and so much more!
Discover Our Team
ASLC is comprised of two parts: the Cabinet and the Senate
Cabinet members are elected in the Spring and provide a variety of functions including overseeing the disbursement of student fee money to the over 100 student organizations to ensuring each LC community members receives their complementary access to the New York Times. The eleven cabinet members each oversee their own committee made up of senators, representatives, and members of the undergraduate community.
Senate is comprised of twelve Senators, elected at the beginning of each school year in a school-wide election and nine Representatives, chosen by their respective student organization, representing groups such as student-athletes, students of color and international students. Senators have the power to write legislation to advocate for issues and to change the function of ASLC as a whole.
For more information about getting involved, check out our website to learn more about our various committees, roles, and members. And, if you have any more questions – don’t hesitate to reach out – we’re here to help!
For questions regarding ASLC, visit check out some of our contact information below. For more detailed contact information, explore some of our links.
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