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ASCWU Student Government


 

Join ASCWU for Public Meetings every Monday
from 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. in the SURC Pit!

 

February 4, 2019 Meeting Minutes

February 11, 2019 Draft Agenda

 

 

See what's happening around campus and have your voice heard during public comments!


 
 

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, please contact our main office located in
SURC 236.

Click HERE for ASCWU Officer Quarter Office Hours!

President

Edith Rojas

Executive Vice President

Kane LeMasters

Clubs & Organizations

Bailey Kinker

Academic Affairs

Claire-Anne Grepo

Equity and Community Affairs

Maurice Watkins

Student Life and Facilities

Jocelyn Matheny

Legislative Affairs

Leah Mobley

ASCWU Advisor

Jeff Rosenberry 

Office Hours (SURC 250):

Friday: 2pm-4pm



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and alumni with a demonstrated COMMITMENT, PASSION and RESPECT for the history
of the university. By tackling the 1891 Traditions Challenge, WILDCAT TRADITIONS
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and leave their mark for future generations.

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