Student Government

ASI Student Government collaborates with campus and community groups in order to improve student life. Students interested in shaping the ultimate college experience are encouraged to get involved.

 


2013 - 14 Student Government
"For over 20 years, SCLC has offered a way for students, City and University officials, and community leaders to communicate, build trust and tackle community issues. Though SCLC, good things get done, tough problems get solved, and friendships are made."

Ken Hampian, Former City Administrative Officer
San Luis Obispo

SCLC Calendar

Student Community Liaison Committee (SCLC)
Thursday, May 15, 2014
City Hall Hearing Room

Student Community Liaison Committee (SCLC)
Thursday, June 26, 2014
City Hall Hearing Room

Your City

Keeping the Peace

Conflicts

Crisis

Volunteer

Documents

Contact

Jason Colombini
Chair of SCLC
Phone: (805) 756-1291
Email Chair of SCLC

SCLC on Facebook

San Luis Obispo County

About SCLC

The Student Community Liaison Committee, established in 1987, serves as a mechanism of communication among Cal Poly, Cuesta College, City and County of San Luis Obispo, and community organizations. The mission of SCLC is to proactively engage in discussions to promote positive relations, mutual respect, and improved quality of life for all citizens of San Luis Obispo.


A Statement of Our Hopes for the Community

In order to continually improve the relationship between all segments of the community, the Student-Community Liaison Committee strives to promote these principles:

  • Community members should be civil and respectful towards each other.
  • Everyone has equal rights and responsibilities.
  • Members of this community should treat each other with respect and consideration regardless of their duration of residency.
  • Community members should be held accountable for their actions.
  • Community members should be respectful of other’s residence and property.
  • Community members expect their residence to not be adversely affected by outside noise violations.
  • Community members should be able to have social gatherings that are considerate, reasonable and appropriate for the time of day.
  • Community members deserve to be recognized for their own actions and attitudes and not be pre-judged based on the actions and attitudes of others.
  • Community members should not be stereotyped based on age or any other criterion.
  • Community members deserve to be respected for what they contribute to the community.
  • Community members have a responsibility to add positively to the community.

Student Community Liaison Committee
ASI Student GovernmentCal Poly Cuesta CollegeCity of San Luis Obispo