An important part of a Mills education is developing leadership skills that will empower you to create the change needed in our world. At Mills, one of the best ways to become a leader is by participating in our student government.
The Associated Students of Mills College (ASMC) is comprised of elected and appointed positions, open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Our Executive Board works as an administrative body alongside our Senate, the more direct community representatives, and the Judicial Board, those responsible for accountability with ASMC. When these groups come together, they make up our ASMC Full Board. Under the governance of a student-drafted constitution (PDF), the ASMC manages and disburses an annual budget that supports more than 50 student organizations, student publications, campus-wide events, and various student initiatives. From academic issues to student experience concerns, the ASMC is the voice of the student body to the College administration. If you are interested in joining, seek funding for a student initiative, or want to learn more about how the ASMC can be a resource to you, email the ASMC Executive Board at email@example.com for more information.
The ASMC empowers student voices. From academic issues to social events to honor code concerns, the ASMC is the voice of the student body to the College administration.
The ASMCs mission is to represent all students enrolled at Mills College and to better the student’s experience on campus. ASMC shall advocate for all marginalized communities on campus, and act as a liaison between students and the administration. We fund student clubs, organizations, publications, and other projects that benefit the community. ASMC helps channel and advocate for the student body in connection to the school.
The ASMC is comprised of the following groups:
Students may participate and utilize the ASMC Full Board to create space, platforms, activities, events, education, and interests for all student communities. ASMC is the bridge between administration and the student body.