The Associated Students of Lewis & Clark (ASLC) is the official body charged with facilitating better communication between students, the faculty, the administration, and the Lewis & Clark community at large. The ASLC, in its various forms and bodies, assists students and student organizations in their efforts by providing financial resources and institutional support, as well as supports an open forum for students to actively address their concerns and grievances.
- Preamble, ASLC Constitution
ASLC adopted a NEW Constitution on November 21st, after spending 4 hours and 45 minutes in session, approving and adopting the new Constitution ten ‘til midnight!
This constitution establishes ASLC as a 5-branch government. Senate drafts and passes legislation, cabinet manages government functions and executes the legislation, and the judiciary ensures everyone is following the rules of the constitution and bylaws, as well as managing the Peer Review Authority. An Auditory Branch provides resources and research on the institution of the College, and an Elections Committee ensures all elections are carried out smoothly, fairly, and within the bounds of the law.
Please find the new constitution here.
DID YOU KNOW
The ASLC constitution is a legally binding document over nearly 3/4 of a million dollars? Senate and the committees chaired by cabinet allocate the funding, which is held in trust by the college on behalf of students. Your elected officials are not only the means by which you can express your opinion in the college, they are the individuals that decide on the final allocation of all funds.
2013-2014 ASLC Cabinet
Musa Ahmed ’14, President
Samuel Lehman ’14, Vice President
Tyler Church ’14, Treasurer
Sophie Eisenstat ’14, Student Academic Affairs Board Chair
Leann Knapp ’16, Student Organizations Coordinator
Owen Christiansen ’16, Acting Chief Justice
Willa Sacharow ’16, Secretary
Emile Dultra ’16, Community Service and Relations Coordinator
Micah Leinbach ’14, Auditor
All ASLC Cabinet Members are given a stipend from the ASLC budget. Questions? Contact Tyler Church, Treasurer.
March 13th, 2014
7:00pm - 8:30pm:
3rd Annual BuildOn Benefit Dinner
3rd BuildOn Benefit Dinner
Every year LCBuildOn hosts a pay-by plate benefit dinner to fund raise for a school in a country that needs it most. Join us this year as we fund raise to build a school in Haiti. Enjoy Caribbean food donated by a local Portland restaurant while you are serenaded by the voices of our local a capella groups.
Ticket Prices include dinner and music:
One student: $15
Student couple: $25
Faculty couple: $35
Community member: $25
Community member couple: $45
Seats are filling up fast so buy your ticket soon! you can email firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets and more information.