Student Government

The Associated Students of Everett Community College (ASEvCC) which is comprised of all registered EvCC students, have a voice through their student government to assure that student issues and concerns are heard.

Students who participate in student government help establish campus policies and procedures, allocate the activities and services fees, serve on college and student committees and evaluate student programs and services to meet the changing needs and interests of the students.

There are many ways to get involved at EvCC, two specifically are Executive Council and the Student Senate.  View the Senate Meeting Minutes.

The ASEvCC Executive Council

Executive Council is the day to day student government management team. For 2016-17 your representatives are:

ASB President - Tina Te
Vice President of Administration - Riza Hassan
Vice President of Public Relations & Student Involvement - Yihua Tan
Vice President of Clubs - Travis Felver
Vice President of Budget & Finance - Jenna Mohr
Student Leadership Positions 

Want to Get Involved?

There are numerous opportunities to get involved at EvCC.  You can serve on college/student committees such as a Faculty Appointment (Tenure) Committee, Capital Planning Committee, Emergency Management Committee, just to name a few! Contact the ASB President or the Associate Dean of Student LIFE to find out more information.

How to Become a Student Senator

The ASB Student Senate is a "self elect" process. To become an ASB Student Senator, you must meet the minimum requirements:

  • Currently enrolled EvCC student
  • Maintain a minimum of six credits
  • Maintain a quarterly/cumulative GPA of at least 2.5

Prospective Student Senators must complete a Senate packet in the following order:

  • Petition page - 30 EvCC student signatures
  • Programmed manual about Student Government
  • Attend two (2) consecutive Student Senate meetings (Typically every other Friday at 2pm in GWH 166/168)

Student Senate Packets are available in Student LIFE (Parks Student Union, Room 209).

Contact Executive Council

Want to get involved?  Have a issue or concern?  Contact Executive Council at 425.388.9317 or e-mail the ASB President at!  Executive Council is advised by the Associate Dean of Student LIFE, Jennifer Rhodes.  She can be reached at 425.388.9509 or via e-mail at