The ASPC is the student body association of Pomona College. The ASPC Senate provides for reasonable and effective student participation in the governance of the College and serves as the representative voice of Pomona College students both on and off campus.
Who's who on the ASPC Senate
The following are the policies and bylaws of the Associated Students of Pomona College.
- Meetings and Minutes
The meeting times and minutes of the ASPC Senate.
- Pomona Events Committee
Pomona Events Committee puts on a laundry list of events ranging from Live Music and Kick Ass Snack to Tie Dye Days and the parties you will always remember! @pomonaevents
A breakdown of the ASPC's operating budget
- Digital Media and Programming Group
Information about ASPC's Digital Media and Programming group and how to join it
- Funding Requests
Information on requesting funding from ASPC, PEC, or the Alcohol Fund.
- Senate Document Archive
Documents and reports produced by the student government and various Pomona College committees are archived here for posterity.
List of currently active senators
- Committee for Campus Climate and Diversity
The Committee for Campus Climate and Diversity seeks to foster an inclusive community through addressing issues related to diversity on campus. The CCCD will employ policy initiatives, events programming, facilitating conversations among students, and serving as a resource for students interested in engaging on campus to achieve its goal. The CCCD deems inclusion to be the intentional and ongoing act of creating environments in which marginalized individuals feel welcomed, respected, valued and supported as part of the Pomona College community. The CCCD understands diversity to include the multiple, intersecting dimensions of difference that help distinguish one individual or group from another. As a committee, we will advance the interests of historically marginalized groups, representing those who are ignored, misrepresented, or objectified by intersecting systems of oppression. We hope that through our efforts, we can encourage critical inquiry about the way larger dynamics of privilege, power, and oppression shape the experiences of all students on campus.