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2011 Legislative Academy Conference takes place November 18th -19th in Olympia, WA.  Transportation provided.

Application forms available here or in the Student Leadership Center 9301.

Applications due October 26th, 2011

For more information:

Email Vania: ‎ StudentCivics@shoreline.edu or Jane: StudentJustice@shoreline.edu


Total Student Voters: 338

President
Kanpong Thaweesuk

171

Sean Prather

98

Beinuo Gong

28

Puiwah Tang

13

Write in

11

Minister of Communications
Lenka Savina

163

Elouiessa Muana

90

Lin Jia

47

Write in

15

Minister of Government
Karina Sindunata

271

Write in

34


Winter ORCA passes for sale on campus starting from December 14th

Beginning on Wednesday December 14th, the ORCA passes with 50% subsidy from the Sustainable Commuter Option Fee (SCOF) will be available on sale at the cashier on campus. Full cost of the card is $261.96 per card for winter quarter. With the subsidy from the SCOF, ORCA passes sold on campus will cost students at $135.98 per card for winter quarter.

These passes are effective from January 9 to April 1 2012.

SCC ORCA Card Frequently Asked Questions

 1. What services is my pass valid on? How much does it cover?

With a Shoreline Community College ORCA pass for Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters, you can ride a number of services in the area without having to pay fare. Think of it as an all access pass for public transportation in the Greater Seattle area. These include:

  • Bus services on all Community Transit, Everett Transit, Kitsap Transit, Metro Transit, Pierce Transit, and Sound Transit services.
  • Regular service on Sound Transit Link light rail. o Regular service on Sound Transit Sounder commuter rail (including Rail Plus partnership with Amtrak Cascades).
  •  Regular service on Seattle Lake Union Streetcar.
  •  Regular service on King County Water Taxi. (Vashon and West Seattle routes) o Regular service on Kitsap Transit Foot Ferry. (Port Orchard and Annapolis routes).
  •  Access Transportation service on Kitsap Transit and Metro Transit (eligible riders only).

2. How much does it cost? When is it valid?

The cost and dates valid vary by quarter. Each quarter you must purchase a new ORCA pass from the cashier’s office. The passes are active starting on the Start Date and expire on the End Date. After a card has expired, you can simply throw it away. Consult the table below for total costs and start and end dates.

Quarter

Fall 2011

Winter 2012

Spring 2012

Start Date

September 21st, 2011

January 9th, 2012

April 2nd, 2012

End Date

January 8th, 2012

April 1st, 2012

June 24th, 2012

Cost (including card)

$176.42

$135.98

$135.98

3. How do I get one?

ORCA passes will be available from the campus cashiers (in the main level of the FOSS building across from registration) starting September 19th. Simply bring your Student ID card, signed ORCA Cardholder Rules of Use (available on the SBA website or at the cashier’s), and payment.  You cannot make multiple payments towards the quarterly bus pass, and must pay for it all at once.

4. Who is eligible for the bus passes?

ORCA passes are available on a First-Come-First-Served basis and there are a limited number of cards available. If the stock runs out, please make an inquiry to the Student Leadership Center on the third floor of the PUB, where information will be available about the possibility of obtaining more cards.

Most students are eligible for an SCC ORCA pass. However, some students who have the Sustainable Commuter Option Fee waived are not eligible to receive an SCC bus pass. If unsure, check your tuition/fees receipt for the Sustainable Commuter Option Fee.

5. What if I stop taking classes at SCC before the quarter is over?
If you cease to be a student at SCC, you must return your ORCA pass to the cashiering office, and the pass will be disabled. You will receive a refund of the amount that you paid for the card according to the college’s standard refund schedule (the same percentages and days that are used for tuition and fees).

6. Can I still purchase a regional pass (Puget pass) loaded on my ORCA card and get reimbursed?

No. This program replaces the reimbursement process that has been in effect the last two years. However, if you were enrolled for summer quarter 2011, you can still get reimbursed for a September bus pass under the same terms as before with the Claim of Bus Pass Subsidy form (available by registration).

For questions, please contact SBA President Kanpong Thaweesuk at studentpresident@shoreline.edu


Student Leadership Awards is an annual event held to recognize the accomplishments of Students Clubs at Shoreline Community College. The awards will be a fun and fantastic opportunity to honor the hard work and dedication of clubs and their members, but also a chance to hear about their important accomplishments over food and refreshments. This event is sponsored by Student Leadership Center.

Who can nominate?

  • Club members or officers
  • Club advisors
  • Faculties or Staff
  • Students
  • Clubs

Who can be Nominated?

  • Current or former club member or officer
  • Club advisor
  • A club

How to Nominate?

Nominate Online
Or pick up form at Student Leadership Center

DEADLINE: TUESDAY, MAY 3RD, 2011 BY 9:00AM


To all candidates who’re running for the 2011-12′ Student Government,
Since the election rules weren’t made clearly before the election, it has been told that multiple candidates had violation w/ the rules. The election results got disqualitified during our Parliament Meeting today. There’ll be another election for all elective positions after the election rules are being clarified on our next meeting(April 20)


Shoreline Community College

Student Election

2011-12

Election Results

Total Student Voters: 522

President
Kanpong Thaweesuk

321

philip suti

8

van tran

3

Hendry Tjawinoto

2

Maria Indriani Wahono

2

Ramiro Orellana

2

Shen-Ting Tung

2

anthony shdo

1

Benjamin Novian

1

Bryan Erdmann

1

Cam Keeble

1

Carl Ferguson

1

Cedric Sam

1

cory haugsted

1

Douglas Kidd

1

henry

1

Henry Gunawan

1

JessIca Gonzalez

1

Micaela Smith

1

Michael Ward

1

Robin Aranas

1

Rowdy Gleason

1

Vania Levina Setiawan

1

Minister of Communications
Chau Ngo

162

Ruddy Aladina

123

Shen-Ting Tung

86

Samar Fares

45

Hieu Tran

35

Winsen Lie

11

Adam Lehr

1

Alisha Kusumawardhani

1

anthony shdo

1

Artem Peychev

1

Benjamin Novian

1

cory haugsted

1

Cynthia Darmawan

1

David Suminto

1

Levon White

1

Michael Ward

1

Minister of Government
Vania Setiawan

176

Liang Ma

102

Lin Dao

77

Tin Nguyen

60

anthony shdo

1

Benjamin Novian

1

cory haugsted

1

Kenneth Ho

1

Michael Ward

1

Temperance Brennan

1

Chancellor
Cynthia Darmawan

229

Van Tran

174

anthony shdo

1

Benjamin Novian

1

Michael Ward

1

Seeley Booth

1

Add Job Evaluation Form?
Yes: 310 No: 96
Reduce job credit requirement?
Yes: 247 No: 161
Remove Chancellor Position?
Yes: 223 No: 179


Do you have a concern about the grade you received in a class? Do you feel you’ve been mistreated or discriminated against? Accepting student concerns is one of the many important and essential duties of student government. The Student Advocate can act as your representative in figuring out these issues and act as your liaison with campus faculty and administration. If you have a complaint please contact the SBA student advocate at StudentAdvocate@shoreline.edu to set up an appointment. Take a look at the Intake form for a better idea of what to come prepared with.




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