The Associated Student Government (ASG) Executive Board officers at LWTech creates opportunities for student involvement, represents student issues to the administration, works to create a positive and inclusive student environment, and manages the services and activities budget that support many events and services for students. LWTech ASG Executive Board work impacts our campus in many ways.
To enhance the student experience by planning activities and providing representation to build a feeling of community.
Being the voice of the associated student body is the ASG Executive Board's major responsibility. Every week, the team holds an open meeting where they review issues impacting the student body. Meeting minutes are made available from past meetings and are posted online. All students are invited to attend any open meeting. Meetings are scheduled in the East Building, E128.
Students are eligible to apply for a position on the ASG Executive Board. That process begins each Spring quarter. All currently enrolled students taking six or more credits are eligible to apply. Look for more information in Spring quarter for your opportunity to participate. All positions are paid, and considered employed status; they are not work-study positions.
The ASG Budget Committee is sanctioned by the ASG Executive Board. The Budget Committee reviews budget requests and finalizes an annual budget. The budget includes funding support for various student services such as tutoring, computer lab, on-campus employment, Student Handbook production, campus activities, support of student clubs, and the Veteran's Luncheon. There are many activities to take advantage of by getting involved! All events can be found on the calendar.
The ASG Executive Board charters student clubs via the club chartering process. The ASG Executive Board has chartered over 50 clubs in the past 15 years. While not all those are currently active, it shows how interested LWTech students are in their campus life experience. Currently, there are 12 student-chartered clubs active on campus. Learn more about chartering a club.
The ASG Executive Board works with various student groups to help fund travel for learning opportunities. These opportunities are usually related to conferences or competitions. To learn more, visit ASG in the East Building, E128, or call the main office number.
Mon-Fri, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Summer Campus Hours
June 18 to August 31, 2018
Mon-Thurs, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fri, 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sat and Sun, CLOSED
Fall Campus Hours