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ASCWU Student Government

Upcoming Events


Next ASCWU Public Meeting: Monday, Feb. 6

3 - 4 p.m. • SURC Pit 
ASCWU Board of Directors Public Meeting Agenda


Student Senate Public Meeting: Monday, Jan. 30

4 - 5 p.m. • SURC 137
ASCWU Student Senate - Public Meeting Agenda: Senate 1.30.23


Self Defense Workshop

Feb. 1 • 4 - 5 p.m. • SURC 137 • Free and open to all CWU students
Register here to save your spot!

Beginner friendly tips and helpful resources.


Random Acts of Kindness Week

Feb. 13 - 17 • Watch for upcoming promotions on a variety of activities!



Join a Committee!

Have a seat at the table and serve your fellow students.
 


ASCWU Constitution

ASCWU By-Laws
 


Six 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. We welcome your email communication during the current health crisis. Executive Team emails are linked below for each position. 

 

President

Luis Reyes

Executive Vice President

Brady Smith

Senate Speaker

 

Student Life and Facilities

Briana Silva

Equity and Multicultural Affairs

Mariah Minjarez

Governmental Affairs

Joseph Burke

Student Representatives on Council of Probity


April Yabes, Allyssa Shea, Paulina Juarez, Ian Moffet, Teairra Clark

Student Representatives on Election Commission:

Alec Acosta-Vega (Chair), 
Ash Couture, Madison Vanravenhorst, Isabella Warner

Administrative Support

Paula Moffatt

ASCWU BOD Advisors

Amber Hoefer
Joey Bryant

ASCWU ESC Advisor

Justin Santoli

ASCWU Senate Advisor

Carolyn Thurston

 


 

 


WILDCAT TRADITIONS KEEPERS

Wildcat Traditions Keepers fully embrace the Wildcat Way. They are proud students
and alumni with a demonstrated COMMITMENT, PASSION and RESPECT for the history
of the university. By tackling the 1891 Traditions Challenge, WILDCAT TRADITIONS
KEEPERS BECOME PART OF THE HISTORY OF CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
and leave their mark for future generations.

IT'S YOUR TURN TO KEEP THE TRADITIONS ALIVE!

 

 

Store title: CWU Traditions Keeper
Keywords: CWU, Central, CWU Traditions, Wildcat Traditions

Select the Login tile and enter your CWU email: firstname.lastname@cwu.edu to
receive your validation code!

Learn more about Traditions Keeper HERE

 


 

Need HELP Now?

 

Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1.800.273.8255 or text the Crisis Text Line, 741 741.

If the person you are concerned about is in immediate danger of killing themselves and/or refuses to stay safe with you, call or text 911.

Take the Next Step to Becoming a Wildcat.

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