Student Government Elections

ASG Elections Poster

Each year, the students of MiraCosta College choose their student leadership in April, filling the positions of president, student trustee, executive vice president, vice president to the San Elijo campus and vice president of the Community Learning Center. Students currently enrolled at MiraCosta College are eligible to vote.

The Associated Student Government of MiraCosta College shall hold a general election for all elected positions, changes to the Associated Student Government of MiraCosta College Constitution, and referendum questions by the last week of April each year (ASG Constitution, Article I Section XVI) 

Those interested in running for office are advised to download a Candidate's Packet and learn more about the ASG and open positions. Applications and Candidate Packets are in the Student Activities Office. Questions? Call the Student Activities Office at 760.795.6890 or email the Election Commission Advisor, Jim Gonzales.

Run for elected office.

Applications due on Monday, April 6, 2015 at 5:00 p.m., Student Activities Office

Election Commission

The Election Commission is charged with the task of organizing, planning and executing the Spring Special Election and recommending certification of the results to the ASG Student Senate.  The commission also addresses all election related complaints. Its proceedings are governed by the ASG Constitution and Bylaws. Members of the Election Commission are called Commissioners.  Election Commissioners are volunteers appointed by the Student Senate. 

2014 - 2015 Election Commissioners

Agendas and Minutes                                             


Thursday, March 12, 2015
OCN Aztlan A at 11:00 a.m.
Election Commission Meeting (Agenda / Minutes)

Thursday, March 26, 2015
OCN Temescal Rm. at 11:30 a.m.
Election Commission Meeting (Agenda / Minutes)

If you wish to communicate with one of the commissioners regarding ASG election business, please contact the Student Activities Office at 760.795.6899 or email the Election Commission Advisor, Jim Gonzales.