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Associated Student Body Goals

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Each year our student council members commit themselves to represent student interests at VVC. This year we worked through a council developed list of 441 goals, then consolidated, paird and wordsmithed them to our final list. We are proud to announce our eleven Goals & Objectives for 2017-2018 which we feel will enhance the Student Experience at Victor Valley College.

Through the support of VVC faculty, staff, administration, and board members, past Associated Student Body Councils have achieved many goals and paved the way for the current council to continue on a road to success.

While completion of our personal educational goals are of primary concern, we desire to maintain, foster and further a stronger sense of pride in the cultural, political, and academic achievements of the VVC Community.

The 2017 -2018 V.V.C. Associated Student Body’s road map follows nine major goals and objectives.

  1. The ASB Council appreciates the current tutoring services provided by the Vice President of Instruction, and requests additional tutoring services to address the unmet need of students.
  2. The ASB Council requests all water stations be repaired and upgraded. Further, we request that additional hydration stations be installed.
  3. The Associated Student Body urges the Office of Instruction and Academic Senate to partner with the student council to increase student success by:
    1. Providing adequate resources to meet the requirements of existing degrees.
    2. Raising student awareness of degrees offered, their eligibility requirements, and capacity for multiple degrees.
    3. Developing additional degrees, including but not limited to Linguistics, Economics, and Biology.
  4. The Associated Student Body respectfully requests permission from President Wagner to place recycling receptacles around campus for post-consumer recyclables and organic recyclable material.
  5. To increase student involvement and enrich the student experience, the ASB Council will collaborate with student clubs to expand awareness of community events, campus activities and ASB card benefits.
  6. ASB will actively promote and strongly encourage VVC student participation in community service through partnerships with outreach programs locally and throughout San Bernardino County.
  7. To meet the basic needs of our displaced and homeless students, the VVC ASB Council commits to supporting access to a campus food bank, clothing, and affordable housing information.
  8. Given the increasing demand of evening classes, the VVC ASB recognizes the need for the VVTA to extend hours of operation. The council will request alternative bus schedules to accommodate the needs of our students.
  9. The ASB respectfully requests that a campus coffee shop be approved and permitted by President Roger Wagner, other appropriate administration and the Board of Trustees. The ASB believes at such a location will not only serve as a location to purchase coffee, but also as a social gathering place, an alternate source of healthy food options, a WiFi hotspot and a reason for students to remain on campus between classes.

 

 

Last Updated 7/14/17