Associated Student Body

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LBCC students walking across the street.

ASB is the student voice for over 28,000 LBCC students promoting an inclusive campus culture that supports the mission and goals of the College. ASB’s purpose is to represent LBCC students, promote cooperation among faculty, students and staff, and to stimulate the intellectual, physical, social and cultural goals through sponsorship of educational and co-curricular programs. 

Any LBCC student maintaining a minimum 2.0 GPA and carrying 5 units can serve on a campus-wide committee member or as a Senate Representative. ASB provides support LBCC campus Clubs and Organizations, Cultural Affairs and many other opportunities for students to participate in Student Life at LBCC. Students who wish to serve on the ASB Cabinet must maintain a 2.5 GPA and carry at least six units. Please call 562.938-4846 if you are interested in participating. 

Our purpose and aim is to effectively represent the student body by promoting the general interest and welfare of the students we serve. We do this by providing support to campus programs, ASB grants, leadership opportunities, and fun and exciting programs. ASB continues the campus mission of excellence. ASB is here for you!

ASB Cabinet

The LBCC Associated Student Body Cabinet serves as the official “voice of the student body.” With this voice, the Student Cabinet legislates, promotes, and regulates student activities and affairs. They represent LBCC students to faculty, staff, administrators, and legislators. Sound interesting?

Meetings of the ASB Cabinet occur every other Monday at 3pm throughout the year.  Meetings at the Liberal Arts Campus Take place in T-1200 and meetings at the Pacific Coast Campus occur in GG-238.  Cabinet members hold office hours weekly in Building E, Room 120A at LAC and in the PCC Student Union, Building EE.  Please email them to set-up an appointment if you would like to participate on a committee, share a concern or a solution!

ASB Elected Leaders

Name Position Email
Cesar Arizon Fierro President asbpresident@lbcc.edu
Norman Basugli Vice President, LAC asblacvp@lbcc.edu
Ian Rubinstein Vice President, PCC asbpccvp@lbcc.edu
Cesar Fierro Secretary asbsecretary@lbcc.edu
Jena Jimenez Student Trustee studenttrustee@lbcc.edu
VACANT Treasurer asbtreasurer@lbcc.edu
VACANT Vice President, Legislative Affairs  

ASB Cabinet Appointed Members

Name Position Email
David Romero ICC President  
Shoup Shoup LAC ICC Vice President  
Patty Guerrero PCC ICC Vice President  
VACANT Legislative Affairs Representative legislativeaffairsrep@lbcc.edu
VACANT Student Services Representative studentservicesrep@lbcc.edu
VACANT Arts Representative artsrep@lbcc.edu
VACANT Sustainability Representative sustainabilityrep@lbcc.edu
VACANT Public Relations Representative publicityrep@lbcc.edu
VACANT Athletics Representative athleticsrep@lbcc.edu
VACANT DSPS Representative dspsrep@lbcc.edu
VACANT Evening Students Representative eveningrep@lbcc.edu
VACANT Student Success & Equity successrep@lbcc.edu
VACANT Student Health & Wellness Representative healthrep@lbcc.edu
VACANT ESL Representative eslrep@lbcc.edu
VACANT Career Technical Education Representative careerrep@lbcc.edu
VACANT Veterans Affairs Representative varep@lbcc.edu
VACANT Viking Activities Council President  

For students interested in participating in our Associated Student Body Cabinet, you may consider one of the many elected or appointed positions. Elections are held once a year in the spring semester. To learn more about serving in one of these positions or running for office, please contact the ASB.

ASB Cabinet Meetings

Date Time Location
Jan. 31 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm LAC, Valhalla Room
Feb. 10 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm LAC, T-1200
Feb. 24 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm PCC, GG-238
Mar. 9 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm LAC, T-1200
Mar. 23 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm PCC, GG-238
Mar. 30 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm LAC, T-1200
Apr. 13 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm PCC, GG-238
Apr. 27 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm LAC, T-1200
May 11 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm PCC, GG-238
May 18 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm LAC, T-1200

ASB Committees

If running for a ASB Cabinet position does not sound right for you, here are other opportunities to participate in campus decision-making and shared governance of LBCC. Serve on a campus-wide committee! There are different committees that exist provide the voice of students on decision-making committees.

Associated Student Body Committees

  • LAC & PCC Cultural Affairs
  • Homecoming (Fall Semester)
  • Spring Sing
  • Constitution
  • Finance
  • College Service Card Benefits
  • ASB Election Committee
  • Public Relations
  • Sustainability
  • Mini Grand Prix (Spring Semester)

Long Beach City College District Committees

  • College Planning Committee (CPC)
  • Budget Advisory Committee (BAC)
  • Facilities Advisory Committee (FAC)
  • Student Success Committee (SSC)
  • Staff Equity Committee (SEC)
  • Pacific Coast Campus Task Force
  • Technology Oversight Task Force
  • Citizen Oversight
  • Curriculum Committee
  • Academic Policies
  • Associate Degree/General Education
  • Assessment of Student Learning Outcome Committee
  • Human Resources- Hiring Committee
  • Career and Technical Education Committee
  • Equivalency Committee
  • Academic Services Due Dates
  • Course Evaluation

To serve on a District Committee, look at these documents and turn them in to the Office of Student Life.