Associated Students of Riverside City College (ASRCC) 

ASRCC is the official student government of Riverside City College established to represent the rights and interests of RCC students. Our mission is: 

Protect student rights and interests by advocating on all levels of governance, financing student activities and programs, and ensuring access to all student government affairs through a fair and representative process; providing a forum in which students may discuss issues, express their concerns, and encourage political participation; Promote and stimulate student involvement and awareness of the academic development opportunities available within the Riverside Community College District.

Why get involved

ASRCC exists to cultivate leadership, advocacy, talent, professionalism, and a supportive and welcoming campus environment. 

  • Learn and develop leadership skills and principles that you will use in your future career
  • Add experiences to resume that appeal to future employers
  • Contribute to the campus and greater Riverside community and accumulate service hours
  • Serve on campus, district, and state-wide decision making committees that impact the experiences of current and future students 
  • Qualify for scholarships and add the experience to your transfer applications
  • Network with faculty, staff, administrators, community leaders, and fellow students to expand your connections
  • Oh .. there is also the part about having fun, meeting new people, and getting cool swag!

Join Us

  • Public Relations Council - We are looking for students who are interested in promoting campus events, activities, and ASRCC initiatives. We are looking for people who are familiar with social media specifically Instagram, tiktok, Twitter, and Facebook, print media, digital media, graphic design, and potentially new avenues like YouTube and podcast. We meet weekly to go over content assignments, upcoming events, and plan out new media. If you're interested in joining, contact our director at
  • Campus Activities Council - We are looking for students interested in planning our traditional programs that happen consistently each month throughout the year including Tiger Pride, After Hours, Finals Survival, and spirit events. We meet weekly to plan out the details of each of these programs and discuss new spirit events and programs. If you're interested in joining, contact our director at Meetings held Wednesday 12:30 pm in Bradshaw Center, Hall of Fame. 
  • Multicultural Activities Council - We are looking for students who are interested in cultural and heritage activities and events. We take pride in the various backgrounds and experiences that our students bring to campus and want to honor and celebrate those. We meet to plan activities, heritage, and cultural activities. Contact our directors at
  • Special Events Council - We are looking for students who are interested in planning large-scale and traditional programs like our Halloweentown, Homecoming, Bunny Hop, and banquet. We meet regularly to plan the event and logistics for these events. Contact our directors at


Where the Work is Happening

The Executive Cabinet consists of the ASRCC President, Vice-President, Executive Treasurer, Secretary and the Committee Directors. Cabinet meetings discuss, set and apply laws, policies and procedures set forth in the ASRCC Constitution. 

albert jaramilloAlbert Jaramillo- ASRCC President

tristin morales

Tristin Morales- ASRCC Vice President


The Public Relations Council works to present the RCC student college community at its finest. The PR Council reaches out to the public by creating everything from marketing events to social media posts to flyers that are circulated around campus. 
A vibrant campus doesn't just happen — this committee develops the event, activities and programs to keep our college community alive and vibrant. What do you want to see next? To have your say attend a meeting or join our team. 

The Inter-Club Council works with all our campus clubs, students and other organizations. Our role is to build bridges of ideas and communication, effectively advancing the existing ideals of our community or helping start something new.  

elisabeth Etchell

Elisabeth Etchell- ICC Director

juan mendoza

Juan Mendoza- ICC Director

There are events…and then there are Special Events. Go big or go Homecoming, from athletic events to celebrations, we’re all hands on deck to achieve amazing results. Every student makes a difference and we could use your help, and your voice. 
Our focus is on increasing and promoting diversity, equity and inclusion throughout our campus. You can be a part of the open exchange of ideas and the expansion of minds — important work that takes shape when you listen to others and share your ideas. 

See and experience student government in action. Our court upholds the ASRCC constitution, creates and maintains our bylaws plus we are instrumental in organizing free and fair elections — the backbone of any true democracy.  

Katie Caceres

Katie Caceres- Supreme Court Justice


Finding the best way to help students succeed at RCC is a constantly moving target. Work with us to find ways to make campus life better and more enriching for our community. We want to hear what you need to succeed at Riverside City College. 

Come, Contribute and Benefit

Meeting days and times

Meetings held Monday 12:30pm in Bradshaw Center, Hall of Fame

Meetings held Wednesday 12:30 pm in Bradshaw Center, Hall of Fame
Meetings held Monday 9:30am in Bradshaw Center, Hall of Fame 
Meetings held Monday 11:30pm in Bradshaw Center, Hall of Fame
Meetings held Thursday 4pm in Bradshaw Center, Hall of Fame
Meetings held First and Third Tuesday 11:30am in Bradshaw Center, Hall of Fame
ASRCC Senate Group
Meetings held Tuesday 12:50 - 2 pm in Bradshaw Center, Hall of Fame
Meetings held Friday 11:30am in Bradshaw Center, Hall of Fame

A Community of Students and Supporters

Our role is to communicate between students and the administration, staff and faculty of RCC — advocating and enforcing the laws, policies and procedures set forth in the ASRCC Constitution. The branch consists of your ASRCC President, Vice President, Executive Treasurer, Secretary and Directors of the respective committees. Being involved with the executive branch allows you to:

  • Build and apply prominent leadership skills
  • Learning program management
  • Plan and become involved in multi-cultural activities
  • Handle and allocate over $600,000 in funds
  • Be involved in passing legislation
  • Learn and be involved in politics and shared governance 

Albert Jaramillo

Albert Jaramillo
Hello fellow Tigers, my name is Albert Jaramillo and I am the current ASRCC Student Body President. My fields of study, here at RCC, are Welding Technologies and Entrepreneurship. This is my 3rd and final year as a member of ASRCC. I have been a part of ASRCC because I enjoy the real-world applications of the classroom lessons learned on campus as well as being an advocate for students. Being President allows me the opportunity address students concerns at my level or take to the proper level to get resolved. 

Tristan Morales

Tristin Morales -
Hello everyone, I am Tristin Morales and this year Vice President. I am at rcc for my business major and is about to transfer out this spring. I chose to run Vice President is because I wanted to be the help make change for student on campus and making sure that students voice is being heard.  

Paola Barrera
Paola Barrera: 
My name is Paola Barrera and I serve as a secretary in ASRCC. I am the first generation to attend college, and I am studying graphic design. I decided to be part of student government because I would like to make a difference for school and help guide students with the resources that the school provides. Also, helping students is my passion, and I would use my time to volunteer at events too. I'm honored to be part of ASRCC and be the voice of the students.
Elisabeth Etchell
Elizabeth Etchell:
Hi, my name is Elisabeth E. I am a Sociology major and one of the InterClub Council Directors here at. I was an ICC Rep for the Political Science Student Association last year (’20-’21) and fell in love with clubs and ICC. This year as ICC Director, I hope to be a representative for all the clubs, doing what I can to help each to thrive, connecting them with information and resources, and speaking up for their needs and all students needs as a member of ASRCC. Please always feel free email with any questions. 
Juan Mendoza
Juan Mendoza:
Hello, I’m Juan Mendoza and I serve as ICC Director at ASRCC. My major is Graphic Design and I want to be an animator. I become a ICC director to bring positivity to the clubs and I’m fair with the clubs.
Brooke Harold
My name is Brooke Harold and I serve as the campus activities council director for ASRCC! I am a first-year student at RCC majoring in dietetics and nutrition, and I hope to transfer to SDSU after graduating in the fall of 2022. I wanted to become a part of ASRCC and take on this role to make activities that bring the community of RCC together, creating a safe and welcoming environment for students to prosper. I am thrilled to be a part of this amazing team! 



RCC Student Senators vote on college legislation, work with our $400,000+ college budget and attend student conferences throughout California. As a Senator you meet new people, boost your transcript to help you get into the college of your dreams and receive priority registration. 

All ASRCC Senators are responsible for representing 500 students each. The maximum number of senators allowed is established by the RCC Student Activities Coordinator(s) at the beginning of each term. A senate term runs from the first day after the end of the spring semester and until the last day of the following spring semester. 
A Senator shall:

  1. Be an active member of ASRCC and RCC must be their home college of record
  2. Must have completed a minimum of six (6) units at RCC prior to election or appointment
  3. Must maintain a minimum of six (6) units during their term, with those six (6) units at RCC
  4. Must have a minimum GPA of 2.4 for coursework completed at RCC
  5. Must attend a parliamentary workshop every semester
  6. Must attend a minimum of three (3) Senate outreach events per semester

Senate Elections and Vacancies 
Senators shall be elected by the student body using the approval voting method. Seats shall be filled by the candidates receiving, in descending order, the highest number of votes.

Jake England
Jake England
My name is Jake England and I serve as a Student Senator in ASRCC. I am a civil engineering major and hope to transfer to UCLA, or another top university in 2023. I decided to run for Senate because I believe the great opportunity that our school has provided us should be the best it can be to reach our goals as students. I wanted to serve any way I can, especially to improve on any and all ways that students are served by the school itself.
Douglas Tang
Douglas Tan

Hi everyone. My name is Douglas Tang, and I am one of the Student Senators in ASRCC. I'm a pre-law student and currently trying to finish my associate degree in Political Science. Having been taking classes at RCC since 2019, I have been friends and acquaintances with many professors and faculty members of the school. To make use of this advantage, I chose to run for Senate because I know this position can allow me to reach out and meet with more people to address what can be done to help the school become a more culturally inclusive environment for students of all groups to feel like their home. There are many helpful services and resources available on campus, but I believe there are more that can still be brought to the table to make RCC a community college so that students across the globe don’t have to think twice about when applying here.

Okami Harveinheit-Lucrey
Okami Harveinheit-Lucrey
Hello, my name is Okami Harveinheit-Lucrey.
I serve as one of the Student Senators in ASRCC. I am a Business Major student, who is striving to transfer to UCR and finish RCC in 2022. I decided to run for Senate because I want to be the representative for the students who feel unnoticed, as well as I want to make a difference here at RCC that would be beneficial to all. Joining ASRCC was the best way to achieve my said goal, for here I can make changes and choices based on not only the students’ voices, but my own as well. I not only want to serve myself, but my fellow peers because we are the same no matter where we stand. So, to my fellow peers, I thank you for electing me to be your voice!

Kim Shaw

Kim Shaw
Hello everyone!! My name is Kim Shaw and thank all of you for voting me to become your Senator at RCC. I have a dual major which are Paralegal Studies along with Cybersecurity Information and Defense.   I am here to represent you and your concerns while you are pursuing and enriching your goals and life at Riverside City College.  Please feel free to reach out to me through email or phone if you have any concerns that I may be able to voice for you. I'm happy to help.


Judicial powers of the Association is vested in the City College Supreme Court. There shall be five (5) Justices, each having one (1) vote on all matters before the Court. Associate Justices perform judicial functions, but are not otherwise considered members of the Judicial Branch. 
Online Documents 
The Supreme Court currently uses Google Drive to store electronic Supreme Court Documents so they are organized and students are able to view the documents; including meeting agendas, minutes and our organizational bylaws.  
Qualifications for Justices

  • Must have minimum 2.0 GPA from prior semester’s work before appointment
  • Must maintain minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA during term of office
  • Must be enrolled and maintain at least six (6) units during term of office
  • Must have complied with all appointment procedures

Term of Office 
Justices shall be appointed to a two (2) semester term. Terms shall not exceed the six (6) semester limit of total Student Government participation. Associate Justices shall be appointed to single-semester terms. 
Duties and Powers
The Supreme Court shall:

  1. Decide, by majority vote, all impeachment trials of Senators and Cabinet officers and shall issue its opinion within fifteen (15) days of receiving the articles of impeachment, or the impeached officer shall be exonerated
  2. Impeach Justices and Associate Justices, by a two-thirds (2/3) vote
  3. Hear all grievance matters, interpreting the ASRCCD Constitution and Bylaws, and reviewing the legality of any Student Government action, upon receiving a grievance form from an Association member
  4. Administer all City College elections
  5. Hold at least three (3) open forums each semester, to encourage Student Body debate about issues and awareness of candidates for Student Government offices and their positions, and to bring student concerns and complaints to light, and shall submit their findings to the Senate, in writing, within five (5) days after each forum
  6. Assign Justices to accompany any requesting Association member to informal grievance hearings beyond the Association’s jurisdiction.

The officers of the City College Court shall include a Chief Justice, a Chief Justice Pro Tempore, and such others as the Court shall authorize. No one shall hold more than one Court office simultaneously. The Chief Justice and the Chief Pro Tem shall be elected by the Court from among the Justices, with Presidential and Senate approval. 
The Chief Justice Pro Tempore shall serve as the assistant to the Chief Justice and, in case of his or her absence, shall assume all duties, rights and privileges of the Chief Justice.  He or she shall preside over any impeachment trial of the Chief Justice. 

Katie Caceras
Katie Caceres-
I am Katie Cáceres and I am ASRCC's Supreme Court Chief Justice. I am a business administration major and aim to go into criminal defense law or business law after obtaining an undergrad at UC Irvine. I applied for the Supreme Court because the law fascinates me in that even the most basic words serve great importance. Truthfully, I've never thought of being a public servant before, but after a couple of months of taking on this role, I realized it makes me genuinely happy to see students enjoy the college experience after the online robotic world of 2020.