Contact ASMCC

Martin Cordova, President

Southern & Dobson

Building: 37 
P: 480-461-7278   

Red Mountain

Building: RDM M
P: 480-654-7285


*NOW ACCEPTING Election packets for the 2015-16 Executive Board. Completed packets must be submitted by 5 pm on Friday, 2/27/15. Click on the link to the right under Documents/Forms to download the packet and information. 

ASMCC is a student governed organization that works to advance the needs and interests of Mesa Community College students by promoting and maintaining a democratic form of student government. 

We develop, implement, and regulate programs that will further the intellectual, social, physical, person, and leadership development of MCC students. Most of all we encourage and support high standards of student achievement.  The Associated Students of Mesa Community College consists of three branches: Executive Board, Student Senate, Student Court. All students who are enrolled in one credit hour are considered members of The Associated Students of Mesa Community College.

The Executive Board consists of four officers elected by the student body each spring. They include, President, Executive Vice President, Vice President of Communication, and Vice President of Fiscal Affairs. The Executive Board is responsible for the management, administration and appoints necessary staff to facilitate the goals of ASMCC.

ASMCC Student Senate represents the voice of the student membership, and ensures that the wishes of the ASMCC membership are published and distributed. The legislative and specified fiscal power of ASMCC resides within Student Senate. Student Senate allocates funds to various clubs on campus as well as programs that further develop the intellectual, social, physical, personal, and leadership potential of all ASMCC Students.

The Student Court consists of five Standing Justices; one of them is selected by their peers to be Chief Justice.  The Student Court has jurisdiction over grievances of ASMCC members arising under the Constitution, Case law, and Bylaws. They also have appellate jurisdiction to review decisions of the Election Committee.