Mission & Vision Statement
The mission of the ASDVC Board shall be to serve as the voice of all DVC students and ceaselessly advocate for the needs and rights of our constituency.
The central vision of the ASDVC is to generate and enrich student life on campus through our dedicated work and our enlightened philosophy. In addition to planning and implementing fun, professional, and beneficial events that foster student learning and student cohesion, we hold these truths to be selfevident in our organization, that the purpose of the ASDVC is: to broaden rapport between students, faculty, classified staff and management by holding ourselves up to the virtues of discipline, respect, unity, perseverance, tenacity, cooperation, integrity, and communication. As humble and committed leaders for the whole student body, the Board Members of the ASDVC shall participate in rejuvenating school spirit, restoring and honoring traditions while creating new ones, developing school beautification, and establishing a greater spirit of community among all citizens of DVC and beyond. The ASDVC Board shall listen and 2 seek to understand all perspectives being presented, to inspire student trust and confidence, and furthermore make ASDVC a truly remarkable and functional student government.
Why participate in student government?
The Associated Students of Diablo Valley College is our student governing board. ASDVC is responsible for advocating for and representing students’ perspectives on College and District committees, councils and task forces.Extended library hours, Fall 2014 Fun Fair, statewide student advocacy – These are just a few of the things your student government accomplished last semester.
The Associated Students of DVC (ASDVC) seeks new members. Check back at the beginning of the Fall 2015 semester for more information about mandatory information sessions for potential members.
General Meeting time: Every Tuesday, 2PM-4PM
Come learn what ASDVC does and what the requirements are to join! All students are encouraged to visit an ASDVC meeting. The meetings are held during the semester on Tuesdays from 2:00-4:00pm in the Student Union Conference room. Inquire with the Student Life Office for exact meeting dates. The meetings are open to the public. Spring 2015 meetings begin Tuesday, February 2, 2015.
Board Member Requirements
Students who are interested in joining the ASDVC must meet the following requirements:
Enroll in and maintain at least five semester units at DVC
Be free from academic/disciplinary probation
Have and maintain at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA
Be able to attend the weekly ASDVC meetings every Tuesday from 2-4 p.m.
Attend an Information Session
Complete the petition process within the first two weeks of the semester
Participate in at least one College/District or ASDVC committee
Participate in the mandatory ASDVC Board retreat at the beginning of each semester