Associated Student Government of College of Marin (ASCOM)





Mission Statement

The Associated Students of College of Marin (ASCOM) are committed to:

  • Representing students to the college, to the community, and to the legislative bodies
  • Serving as role models while protecting and advancing the rights and interests of students
  • Encouraging education, leadership, and participation in democratic processes
  • Providing information and activities that positively influence campus life, while welcoming diversity and encouraging scholastic success.


Requirements to run for ASCOM:

Must have completed 12 units
Must have a minimum GPA of 2.5
Must be currently enrolled in 6 units
Must be in good academic and student conduct standing
Must follow all of the election policies of the Education Code  
Must complete the Election Packet 2021-2022, attend a candidate orientation, and meet deadlines outlined in the packet.


  Join the ASCOM meeting via Zoom HERE.   Meeting ID: 847 5090 0169 or call +16694449171,,84750900169# US

The Associated Students of College of Marin (ASCOM) meetings will be held remotely for members of the public until further notice.  Please note that there are no meetings during scheduled holidays and campus closures.  

ASCOM Board Fall Office Hours

Visit ASCOM room in Student Services, room 254 for more information.

We want to see you at our events and get involved!

Questions?  Please contact:

 2022-2023 ASCOM BOARD                                                            



Emma Neal

Vice President   

Lily Barr


Jorge Chan


Leslie Rodas

Student Trustee Devin Mims
Student Activities and Services Senator

Saidy Reyes

Student Activities and Services Senator

Christian Royal
Public Relations and Marketing Senator


Kayla Alizadeh

Public Relations and Marketing Senator

Libbey Denny

Technology Senator

Josh Lawson

State Student Senate Representative

Tshiamo Tshabalala

Emeritus Representative Vacant


Sadika Sulaiman Hara
Director of Student Activities & Advocacy Office (SAA)

Tea Perales
Equity and Activities Program Coordinator, SAA



Administrative Assistant, SAA

Governance Committeesbuild your professional skills 

Develop Communications

  • Understand the President's goals.
  • Develop model of communication between campus constituents.

Increase Student Involvement

  • Motivate Participation in Student Activities/Campus Events

Student Services Review

  • Review campus policies and procedures.


All student representatives will receive a notation on their official transcript for their service. 

College Council: 
Governance Review Council: 
Educational Planning Committee: 
Technology Planning Committee: 
Professional Development Committee: 
Facilities Planning Committee: 
Instructional Equipment Committee: 
Planning and Resource Allocation Committee: 
Guidance, Resources, Integration, and Transformation (GRIT) Committee: 

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Council: 

COMmunity Hour Committee: 

*Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Action (IDEA) Committee: 


*IDEA Committee reports directly to the President/Superintendent.



Academic Standards Committee: 1 Vacancy
Curriculum Committee: 1 Vacancy
District Modernization Committee:1 Vacancy

To join or receive more information, email the Office of Student Activities and Advocacy