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Student Leadership Center

 

Associated Student Government

ASG serves the intellectual, moral, physical, and social interests of the student body, attempts to unify students, student clubs and campus personnel, promotes the rights of students, and organizes social events, scholarships, and other programs. All students enrolled in three or more credit hours are members of Associated Student Government.

For more information about ASG see the ASG website, the current ASG Elected Student Board members, and the organizing ASG Constitution and ASG Bylaws.

Meetings are held from 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. in the Student Union building, room SU-104D, every 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesday.


leaderShape

The journey to becoming a better leader begins with an advanced knowledge of yourself and your capabilities. Over the the past ten years, MCCCD student leaders have learned to become exceptional leaders in the LeaderShape Experience, a six-day, introspective, skill-building journey that helps students develop a keen sense of their individual leadership skills.

LeaderShape is now accepting applications in a two-step process. Please complete and submit the application (.pdf) to the Student Leadership Center. Once approved, you will be directed to Leadershape.org to complete your registration process.

 


Minority Empowerment Network (MEN) and the Minority Male Initiative (MMI)

The Maricopa Minority Male Initiative is designed to improve retention and degree completion rates by providing a multi-faceted approach that encourages academic achievement, promotes personal and professional development, and provides support for students to stay in college, graduate, and achieve their goals. Learn more from the Minority Male Initiative Facebook page.


Student Public Policy Forum (SPPF)

SPPF is a lot of fun!  Develop and refine leadership traits and gain confidence while interacting with public officials. You will learn how to communicate effectively in a political context, advocate for and with your community, and learn consensus-building skills. SPPF is an academic program limited to 20 students that provides an overview of local, state and national public policy making, and citizen influence and involvement.

 


Forms for New and Continuing Student Organizations

Interested in starting a new club? Please download, complete, and submit the attached packet to the Student Leadership Center. New Student Club/Organization Packet

Existing clubs and organizations can download maintenance, travel, fundraising, expenditure and event request forms.

Contact:

Building: Student Union (SU) - 123D
Phone: (623) 845-4617
Hours of Operation:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 8:30am - 6:00pm
CLOSED Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays.