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STUDENT DEVELOPMENT OFFICE


The Student Development program helps El Camino College students get involved in campus life through:

• Leadership
• Activities
• Clubs
• Services

Students have the opportunity to enhance their leadership abilities and expand their education beyond the classroom through co-curricular programs offered through the Student Development Office.  Many skills such as communication, organization and leadership are developed when students have a chance to make decisions that concern El Camino College and plan diverse activities that can help make a difference on campus.

These skills can carry on well beyond college life.  Many students involved in Student Development activities have continued on to successful careers as attorneys, teachers, politicians, journalists, entertainers, doctors, and civic leaders, to name a few.

Location: Activities Center West Wing
Hours: Fall and Spring semesters open Monday-Wednesday from 8:00am-5:00pm, Thursdays 8:00am - 6:00 pm and Fridays Closed.  Summer and Winter hours vary.  Closed for all school holidays and closures. 
Phone:

(310) 660-3593 x3500

Activities: Student Government - ASO Senate, Division Councils and Committees - ASO offices and mailboxes in the Activities Center
  Inter-Club Council - consists of an executive cabinet and one representative from each club on campus - ICC office and mailbox are in the Activities Center
  Clubs - there are more than 50 student organizations available at ECC - mailboxes are located in the Activities Center
  Alpha Gamma Sigma - The ECC Honor Society is part of a statewide organization whose purpose is to foster, promote, maintain and recognize scholarship and service.
  Student Discipline is under the direction of Rebecca Cobb, Director of Student Development.  Click here for Board Policy 5500 - Academic Honesty & Code of Conduct.  Click here for Administrative Procedure 5520 - Student Discipline and Due Process Procedure.  Click here for the "What is Plagiarism?" handout.
  Student Complaints & Grievances are filed in the Enrollment Services Division Office located in the Student Services Center room 200.
Services:

Photo ID Cards - Issued at the Activities Center photo ID booth - phone: (310) 660-3593, extension 6738
OPEN: Monday & Wednesday - 8:00am-12:00pm; Tuesday & Thursday - 2:00pm-6:00pm; Friday - CLOSED

  ASB Stickers can be purchased at the Student Development Office - phone: (310) 660-3593 x3502
  Housing Referral - If you have a room/apartment for rent that you want to list in the Housing Referral book, please complete this Room For Rent form or this Apartment for Rent form. 
  Student Insurance - Brochures are available from private companies providing student insurance coverage at reduced rates
 

Posting Approval - All materials posted on campus kiosks must be approved (and posted) by the Student Development Office staff.  Materials eligible to be posted on kiosks must be related to ECC events, activities and ASB.  Commercial posting is not permitted.

  Distribution of Literature - Public distribution of literature on campus must be scheduled through the Director of Student Development.  Click here for a Statement of Responsibility form for distribution of materials on campus.  Bring the completed Statement of Responsibility form and a copy of literature to be distributed to the Student Development Office to schedule your distribution dates.  Please submit paperwork 48 business hours prior to your requested distribution date(s) to allow sufficient processing time.  Individuals distributing literature must bring their own table(s) and chair(s) if they wish to use them.  ECC tables and chairs may not be used.  Click here to see a map of ECC's free speech/literature distribution area.  Click here for Board Policy 5550 - Speech: Time, Place and Manner.
  Mailboxes for Student Organizations located in the Activities Center West Lounge
  Student Offices - ASO and ICC offices are located in the Activities Center West Wing

 

Banner-making materials are available for student organizations
  Commencement Activities are implemented by the Student Development Office


STUDENT DEVELOPMENT OFFICE STAFF

rcobb   Rebecca Cobb, Director of Student Development
  Co-Adviser to the Associated Students Organization
  Student Discipline Officer
  Chair - Auxiliary Services Board

 




bvonstein  Breanna von Stein, Student Services Specialist
  Co-Adviser to the Associated Students Organization
  Adviser to Inter-Club Council
   

 

 

 Linda Lew



 Linda Lew, Student Services Technician
 Assists with activities of the ASO, ICC and student clubs
 Schedules activites for student and campus organizations in the Student Activities Center & Library Lawn
 




cvakil

  Carolee Vakil-Jessop, Administrative Assistant
  Assists director with student discipline, Auxiliary Services Board, budget, ASO and ICC. 
  Responsible for processing financial transactions of department and ASO
  Provides office for student activities including Commencement and Academic Awards.

 

 


moreno

 Lawrence "from Torrance" Moreno, ASB Promotions
 Promotes the ASB activity sticker on campus.
 Recruits vendors to participate in ASB student discount program.

 

 

 

Not pictured:
William Guerra, Clerical Assistant/Accounting Assistant
 Responsible for processing financial transactions of ICC and student clubs.
 Assists with office and provides student event support.

Richard "Rick" Woods, Photo ID Technician (part-time)


SERVICE AREA OUTCOMES (SAO) STATEMENTS

Student Conduct

SAO #1 (Spring 2013) Students subject to the student conduct process will learn to comply with instututional policies and commit no additional violations of institutional polices at El Camino College.
SAO #2 (Spring 2013) Increased education to the campus community will reduce the number of academic dishonesty violations of the student code of conduct.

Student Leadership

SAO #1 (Spring 2013) Students involved in student government will understand and participate in relevant governance systems, and understand their ability to effect change on campus.
SAO #2 (Spring 2013) Students involved in student government will be able to articulate a personal leadership philosophy or style through their involvement in student government.


[El Camino College Student Learning Outcomes website]


 Last Published 3/29/13