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ASCWU Student Government

ASCWU Student Government 2017 - 2018

Spring 2018 Public Meeting:  TBD

Meeting Agenda: TBD

Left to right: Myrinda Wolitarsky, Michael Scott, Edith Rojas, Giovanni Severino, Alex Horning, Jocelyn Matheny and Stan Southern.

The Associated Students of Central Washington University (ASCWU) Student Government serves as CWU's student governance body.

Seven elected student officers work to represent all students equally and fairly and to ensure that their voices are heard. From facilities to academics, the ASCWU Student Government helps advocate for student concerns and creates programs to make the Central college experience more memorable. Each office has their own unique specialization representing the student body across campus. If you do not know who to contact regarding concerns or questions then please contact our main office located in SURC 236.


Giovanni Severino

Executive Vice President

Alex Horning

Clubs & Organizations

Stan Southern

Academic Affairs

Edith Rojas

Equity and Community Affairs

Myrinda Wolitarsky

Student Life and Facilities

Jocelyn Matheny

Legislative Affairs

Michael Scott

ASCWU Advisor

Jeff Rosenberry 

The ASCWU Election has officially started! 

Here are your 2018 - 2019 Candidates

You can vote here!

We are happy to partner with the Kittitas County Habitat for Humanity Organization!

 Central students consider Ellensburg to be their home away from home. In an effort to support the Ellensburg community, Central students are volunteering their time to fundraise for Habitat for Humanity. Our goal is to reach $1,000 in donations to help families build their own home. Join us and make housing affordable for hard-working families in our community. 

How you can help

You can donate directly to Habitat for Humanity 
If you shop at Fred Meyer and Amazon, you can donate your reward points directly to Habitat. 
Donate your time by helping at the Habitat Store

Cash donation can be made in SURC Tabling area every Tuesdays and Fridays

Join or create a club on campus with the Office of Clubs & Organizations

1.)Visit Database of Clubs to join existing clubs
2.)Visit Club Recognition to create your own club
3.)Learn how you can travel with your club


Join the Equity and Services Council (ESC)

1.)Learn about the Equity and Services Council
2.)Become a member or ally for ESC Organizations
3.)Resources for our marginalized communities


Represent and advocate for Legislative Bills

1.)Learn about the Washington Student Association
2.)Register to vote in Washington State
3.)Lobby on behalf of CWU 


Represent your Academic Department 

1.)Become a Student Academic Senate (SAS) Senator
2.)Join a Faculty Senate Committee
3.)Attend Academic & Scholarship Workshops


Join a Committee 

1.)Become a Student Representative on a Committee
2.)Represent the Services and Activities Fee Committee (S&A)
3.)Learn about the S&A Budget



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