2017-2018 SOCCCD STUDENT TRUSTEE ELECTION RESULTSResults
Jordan Larson 390 54.24%
Tony Bautista 329 45.76%
ASSC Constitutional Change Referendum
Yes - I approve 299 91.72%
No - I do not approve 27 8.28%
Total Votes Cast: 1,045
Please read the entire Trustee Election Packet to evaluate your interest and eligibility for this district-wide position. If you pursue your candidacy, pay close attention to the Student Trustee Election Timeline.
Running for office requires time and energy during the election process, and requires a time commitment from you that begins Summer 2017 and runs through Spring 2018. Ensure that your own personal schedule is compatible with the SOCCCD Board of Trustees meeting times. Meetings currently occur Monday evening and are typically once a month at 6:00 p.m.
Per Board Policy 104 (BP 104) the 2017-2018 SOCCCD Student Trustee will be nominated and elected only by Saddleback College students and candidates must also be a Saddleback College student. The student trustee, however, represents the entire district and must be ready to travel to all SOCCCD locations (Saddleback, IVC, and ATEP) to adequately represent the entire student body of the SOCCCD.
Note: South Orange County Community College District Board Policy 104 requires the Student Trustee be currently enrolled in and maintain no less than 5 units, have completed no less than 12 units of credit, and have a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average at the time of election and throughout the term of office.
If you have any questions or comments regarding this election and/or corresponding procedures, feel free to contact the Director of Student Life, Chris Hargraves via email email@example.com or the Student Development Office in SSC 210 or by phone at (949) 582-4616.
We wish you the best of luck in the upcoming election. Thank you for your interest in student leadership!