United Student Association
- President Rosie Rimando-Chareunsap provides Wellness Center updates to the United Student Association (6.3.2020)
- President Rosie Rimando-Chareunsap and VP Joe Barrientos provide updates to students on a variety of important topics (5.28.2020)
Apply to become a student government representative!:
EXTENDED DEADLINE: Friday, July 31, 2020, 11:59 p.m.
The United Student Association (USA) is seeking applicants for the 2020-21 academic year.
- Attend and lead weekly meetings
- Work as a team with fellow student leaders to advocate for student concerns.
- Great opportunity to enhance your leadership skills and lead student initiatives towards positive change.
- Get paid! $16.39 per hour/13 hours a week
Apply Today: tinyurl.com/USA-Application
Special Announcement for March 30, 2020 from USA President Krisna Mandujano: As your student body president, I have been meeting with the college administration to discuss important matters such as tuition and fee increases for next academic year (2020-2021). We need your input on this matter. It is important as we believe in transparency and believe that students should be able to provide input on matters that impact your college experience. Your comments are crucial to the final decision made by the Board of Trustees.
Please review the proposed tuition and fee changes at this link and email me your comments at Krisna.MandujanoMa1@seattlecolleges.edu by April 7, 2020.
The United Student Association, USA, is the official student government of South. This body consists of elected officers who represent student concerns to the college administration.
The members of the United Student Association (USA) are committed to nurturing our community by fostering a comfortable and supportive environment. We advocate for the needs and interests of the diverse student body at South Seattle College. We strive to accomplish this commitment by promoting and encouraging self-development, community involvement, and culture sensitivity.
The USA Constitution and Bylaws describe student government positions and responsibilities in detail.
Share your concerns at our open meetings every Tuesday, 2:30 - 4 p.m. in JMB 128. You are welcome to attend!
Do you have any comments or concerns to share? Use this online form to share with your student government members. There are also physical blue comment boxes at various locations around campus.
Report to the Board of Trustees
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For more info, contact:
Monica Lundberg, Program Manager
Office Location: JMB 135