ASPC

Associated Students of Pomona College

Positions

  1. President

    The President shall chair the Senate and the Student Delegation to the Student Affairs Committee (SDSAC). The President shall be an ex-officio member of all student committees unless otherwise stated in the Constitution or Bylaws. The President shall be elected at large from the ASPC. The President shall meet regularly with the Dean of Students and shall meet regularly with the student body presidents of the other Claremont Colleges. The President shall serve as a member of both the ASPC Budget Committee and the Speakers Committee. The President shall also serve on the Trustee Student Affairs Committee as well as the Alumni Board. The President shall be a member of the Judicial Board Selection Committee. The President shall receive a stipend as determined by the Budget Committee during the annual budget hearings.

  2. Vice President for Finance

    The Vice President for Finance shall act as a financial advisor to the Senate and shall oversee all student government operations including the Fountain, Store, and financial aspects of KSPC, The Student Life, and Metate. The Vice President shall be a member of the SDSAC, the CCLA Budget Committee and shall chair the Senate in the absence of the President. The Vice President shall chair the Coop Committee and the Reserves Investment Oversight Committee. The Vice President shall also serve on the Budget Planning Advisory Committee, the Trustee Committee for Institutional Advancement, and the Student Clubs and Organizations Committee. The Vice President shall chair the ASPC Budget Committee and shall coordinate annual budget hearings with the student governments of the other Claremont Colleges. The Vice President shall hold an annual meeting for club leaders at the beginning of the fall semester and assist clubs with financial procedures throughout the academic year. The Vice President shall be a member of the Judicial Board Selection Committee. The Vice President shall receive a stipend as determined by the Budget Committee during the annual budget hearings.

  3. Vice President for Campus Activities

    The Vice President for Campus Activities shall be responsible for the social events of the ASPC. The Vice President shall chair the Pomona Events Committee (PEC). The Vice President shall be a member of the Judicial Board Selection Committee and shall be a member of the ASPC Budget Committee. The Vice President shall receive a stipend as determined by the Budget Committee during the annual budget hearings.

  4. Commissioner for Academic Affairs

    The Commissioner of Academic Affairs shall represent the ASPC in questions regarding the educational policy of the college. The Commissioner shall be a member of the Academic Procedures Committee, the Curriculum Committee and the Faculty Position Advisory Committee and shall attend faculty meetings. The Commissioner shall also serve as a member of the Trustee Academic Affairs Committee.

  5. Commissioner of Communications

    The Commissioner of Communications shall oversee POSA, The Student Life, KSPC, the Metate, and other media-related organizations. The Commissioner shall work with the Lead Developer of the Digital Media and Programming Group to upgrade and maintain the ASPC website to facilitate the wishes of the Senate and other student organizations. The Commissioner shall chair the Student Media Committee and the ASPC Speakers Committee and shall be a member of the Student Clubs and Organizations Committee.

  6. Commissioner of Clubs

  7. Commissioner of Community Relations

    The Commissioner of Community Relations shall have the primary responsibility of voicing and addressing the concerns of underrepresented communities, activist and support organizations, and mentor groups of the college community in efforts to improve campus climate. The Commissioner shall serve on the SDSAC and the President’s Advisory Committee on Diversity. The Commissioner shall serve on the Student-Alumni Relations Committee. The Commissioner shall chair the Diversity Coalition and the Committee on Campus Climate and Diversity. The Commissioner shall further organize at discretion as relevant issues arise.

  8. Commissioner of Environmental Affairs

    The Commissioner of Environmental Affairs shall represent and advise the ASPC in matters regarding the preservation and improvement of the quality of the environment. The Commissioner shall chair the Environmental Quality Committee and shall appoint students to other committees concerning sustainability and the quality of the environment. The Commissioner shall meet regularly with the College Sustainability Coordinator. The Commissioner will meet regularly with environmental representatives of the five colleges. The Commissioner shall be a member of the Food Committee. The Commissioner shall be an ex-officio member of the President’s Advisory Committee on Sustainability. The Commissioner shall be a member of the Trustee Building and Grounds Committee.

  9. Commissioner of Off Campus Relations

    Commissioner of Off Campus Relations shall be primarily responsible for facilitating the relationship between Pomona College and the surrounding community. The Commissioner shall serve as the liaison between the ASPC and students living off campus. The Commissioner shall chair the College Town Committee. The Commissioner will serve as the liaison between the ASPC and the Volunteer Center. The Commissioner shall also serve as the liaison between the ASPC and the Center for Community Partnerships.

  10. Commissioner of Sports

  11. Senior Class President

    The Senior Class President shall act as Chair of the Senior Class Social Events Committee and the Senior Class Project Committee. The Senior Class President shall be a non-voting member of the Trustee Honorary Degrees Committee. The Senior Class President shall serve as a member of the Inspirational Young Alumni Award Selection Committee and the Student-Alumni Relations Committee. The Senior Class President shall have the authority to create ad hoc Senior Class committees.

  12. Junior Class President

    The Junior Class President shall act as Chair of the Junior Class Committee. The Junior Class President shall be a member of the Public Events Committee and the Student Faculty Interaction Committee. The Junior Class President shall serve as a member of the Inspirational Young Alumni Award Selection Committee and the Student-Alumni Relations Committee. The Junior Class President shall have the authority to create ad hoc Class committees.

  13. Sophomore Class President

    The Sophomore Class President shall act as Chair of the Sophomore Class Committee. The Sophomore Class President shall chair the Student Faculty Interaction Committee. The Sophomore Class President shall serve as a member of the Inspirational Young Alumni Award Selection Committee and the Student-Alumni Relations Committee. The Sophomore Class President shall have the authority to create ad hoc Class committees.

  14. First Year Class President

    The First Year Class President shall act as Chair of First Year Class Committee. The First Year Class President shall serve as a member of the Inspirational Young Alumni Award Selection Committee and the Student-Alumni Relations Committee. The First Year Class President shall have the authority to create ad hoc Class committees.

  15. North Campus Representative

    The North and South Campus Representatives shall represent their constituency to the Senate and therefore the North Campus Representative must reside on North Campus and the South Campus Representative must reside on South Campus. Either the North or South Campus Representative shall be a member of Student Delegation to the Student Affairs Committee and both shall serve on the ASPC Budget Committee. The North and South Campus Representatives shall co-chair both the Residence Hall Committee and the Food Committee.

  16. South Campus Representative

    The North and South Campus Representatives shall represent their constituency to the Senate and therefore the North Campus Representative must reside on North Campus and the South Campus Representative must reside on South Campus. Either the North or South Campus Representative shall be a member of Student Delegation to the Student Affairs Committee and both shall serve on the ASPC Budget Committee. The North and South Campus Representatives shall co-chair both the Residence Hall Committee and the Food Committee.

  17. At-Large Student on the Trustee Student Affairs Committee

    This student sits on the Student Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees. (This is different from the faculty Student Affairs Committee.) The duties of this position include attending Board of Trustees committee meetings and giving student perspectives, helping organize and decide on the topics for the fall student-trustee retreat, and helping organize dinners between students and trustees. (Note: this is not a Senate position, but it is an elected student position. Students interested in both being a Senator and serving on these committees should consider running for President or Commissioner of Environmental Affairs, as both sit on the BoT Student Affairs Committee.)

  18. At-Large Student on the Trustee Academic Affairs Committee

    This student sits on the Academic Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees. The duties of this position include attending Board of Trustees committee meetings and giving student perspectives, helping organize and decide on the topics for the fall student-trustee retreat, and helping organize dinners between students and trustees. (Note: this is not a Senate position, but it is an elected student position. Students interested in both being a Senator and serving on these committees should consider running for Academic Affairs Commissioner, which also sits on the BoT Academic Affairs Committee and Student Affairs Committee.)

  19. At-Large Student on the Trustee Finance Committee

    This student sits on the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees. The duties of this position include attending Board of Trustees committee meetings and giving student perspectives, helping organize and decide on the topics for the fall student-trustee retreat, and helping organize dinners between students and trustees. (Note: this is not a Senate position, but it is an elected student position. Students interested in both being a Senator and serving on these committees should consider running for Vice President for Finance, which also sits on the BoT Finance Committee and Student Affairs Committee.)

  20. Director of Public Relations

    The Director of Public Relations keeps the college community informed about initiatives and services offered by ASPC.

  21. Elections Commissioner

    The Elections Supervisor shall be appointed by the Senate at the beginning of each semester, and shall supervise ASPC elections according to the rules and procedures specified in the ASPC Constitution, Bylaws, Elections Code, and rulings of the Senate. For more information, see the Elections Code (under Policies in the navigation area).

  22. Lead Developer

    The Lead Developer heads the Digital Media and Programming group under the Commissioner of Communications, and is responsible for maintaining and expanding ASPC's online presence. This includes SageBooks, the Coop Store online, ASPC Senator email, the Peninsula server for club web hosting, Course Reviews, Course Search, Housing Search, and the Dining and Shopping directory for the campuses and the local area.

  23. Senate Secretary

    The Secretary's duties shall include taking minutes at Senate, making all non-financial ASPC records (Senate minutes, current lists of all officers and committee members, copies of the ASPC Constitution and Bylaws, etc.) available to any member of ASPC upon request, and any additional duties designated by the President or the Senate.

  24. Developer

    Developers in the Digital Media and Programming Group work with the Lead Developer and the Commissioner of Communications to maintain and improve ASPC's online offerings. This includes SageBooks, the Coop Store online, ASPC Senator email, the Peninsula server for club web hosting, Course Reviews, Course Search, Housing Search, and the Dining and Shopping directory for the campuses and the local area.

  25. Senate Aide

    The Senate Aide helps with short or long term projects as specified by the President or the Senate. These tasks may include: research for initiatives, assisting subcommittees, advertising, etc.

  26. Presidential Assistant

    The Presidential Assistant helps with short or long term projects as specified by the President. These tasks may include: research for initiatives, assisting subcommittees, advertising, etc.

  27. Advisor

    Staff advisors connect ASPC with Smith Campus Center and the Dean of Students office.

  28. Commissioner of Clubs and Sports

    The Commissioner of Clubs and Sports shall represent the ASPC in questions regarding clubs and organizations on campus as well as intramural, club, and intercollegiate sports. The Commissioner shall work with the Assistant Director of the Campus Center as a liaison to clubs and organizations and to ensure that they are fulfilling the mission of their charters. The Commissioner shall chair the Student Clubs and Organizations Committee. The Commissioner shall chair the Campus Sports Committee and help plan and oversee events involving athletics (e.g. homecoming). The Commissioner shall serve as a member of the ASPC Budget Committee.