The Associated Student of Mills College empowers student voice.
The Associated Students of Mills College (ASMC) is an undergraduate, student-run government that challenges its members to further their student leadership development and become catalysts for academic and social change. It enhances a community of support that represents student services, funding, diversity, social justice, and connections between the students, faculty, staff, administration, and Board of Trustees. The ASMC supports student run organizations, campus-wide events, and student initiatives.
The Mills student government has weekly meetings, open to the Mills community.
Meetings: Mondays at 6:30 pm in GSB room 118. The first 15 minutes are Open Forum for students to share concerns or questions.
Finance Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or come to our office hours! All ASMC officers have office hours throughout the week. Our office is located in Rothwell E.
Skylar Crownover, ASMC President email@example.com
Cheyanne Young, Vice President/Diversity & Social Justice Chair firstname.lastname@example.org
Sam Gatton, Finance Chair email@example.com
Cheryl Reed, Internal Affairs Chair firstname.lastname@example.org
Larisa Gearhart, Judicial Affairs Chair email@example.com
Ashleigh Bell, Academic Affairs Chair firstname.lastname@example.org
Katie Laackmann, Student Affairs Chair email@example.com
Tayla Muise, Publicity Chair firstname.lastname@example.org
Jaylina Vay, Historian email@example.com
Senators For 2014–15
Emma Ishii, Social Sciences
Ruby Rodriguez, Continuing Residential Community
Demishia Jones, Clubs and Organizations
CJ Roessler, Transfer
Erin Clark, Senator-at-Large
Class of 2015
Mira Mason-Reader, President
Laura Combs, Vice President
Sonja Basha Christopher, Accountant
Megan Rue, Philanthropy Chair
Class of 2016
Danelis Padron, President
Arrianna Martin, Vice President
Brooke Parker, Accountant
Class of 2017
Sarah O’Neal, President
Mary Ruiz, Vice President
Margarita de la Torre, Historian