Student Senate Information
We are still accepting applications for Fall 21 Student Senate. The Student Senate is the official organization representing the diverse views, needs, and expectations of the students at Cabrillo College.The Student Senate meets weekly on Thursday Student Senate Leadership and Development training starts at 3pm. The Senate meeting opens to the public at 3:30pm. Meetings for the Fall 21 semester will continue virtually, agendas are posted on Board Docs under the ASCC-Student Senate tab.
The Fall 21 Meeting Schedule is:
October 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th
November 4th, 11th, 18th
Zoom meeting ID: 914 0458 2065
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Stay Connected & Informed
ASCC Student Senate will begin meeting for Fall 21 on October 7th at 3:00pm with Leadership Training and open to the public at 3:30pm. Join us using this link:
Zoom Meeting ID: 914 0458 2065
Are you interested in running for the Student Senate? Do you want to develop your leadership skills and have a voice in the college-wide governance? Do you have the desire to serve your peers? Please consider joining Student Senate. Contact Alta: email@example.com for more information.
The Student Senate 2021-22 Goals :
Outreach through campus events & activities;
Create an open/safe space for students to express thoughts, ideas and concerns.
Please join us in helping to reach these goals.
Dates to remember Fall 21 (campus closed):
Labor Day: September 6th
Veterans Day (observed): November 12th
Thanksgiving: November 25th
Board Holiday : November 26th
Finals Week: December 6th - 11th
End of Fall 21 semester: December 11, 2021
COVID 19 Updates:
To protect the health and safety of our Cabrillo Community, students enrolled in face-to-face or hybrid classes, or who visit our Aptos Campus or Watsonville Center to use services such as tutoring, library, cafeteria, etc, are required to provide proof of vaccination or proof of an accommodation/exemption.
Hunger Free Campus— Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill (AB) 396, which will help feed thousands of California students currently struggling with hunger and food insecurity. The measure will require public colleges and universities to seek certification from the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) so that students enrolled in qualifying employment and training programs will now be able to access federally-funded CalFresh food benefits. "AB 396 will allow us to take advantage of already existing federal dollars to help feed our most vulnerable students and make sure they get the nutrition assistance they so desperately need."
AB 396 will expand access to CalFresh food benefits provided through the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Currently, college students are ineligible for these benefits unless they are working at least 20 hours a week or fall within one of several enumerated exemptions. AB 396 focuses on the Employment and Training (E&T) services program exemption, which allows students who participate in qualifying programs such as internships, apprenticeships, and on-the-job training to claim CalFresh benefits.