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ASUCC Qualifications

When applying, applicants must:

  • Have attended Umpqua Community College at Winter term of the current year;
  • Have completed nine (9) or more credits Winter term of the current year, with a 2.50 grade point average or better;
  • Possess a 2.50 cumulative grade point average or better at Umpqua Community College;
  • By April of the current year, be enrolled in nine (9) or more credits at Umpqua Community College and maintain this enrollment throughout the quarter;
  • Not have any outstanding disciplinary or grievance actions with the college; and
  • Be in good financial standing with Umpqua Community College including no outstanding balances owed to the college or be in default on any loans issued through the college.

After applying and throughout the elections process, applicants must:

  • Maintain enrollment in nine (9) or more credits at Umpqua Community College during Spring quarter of the current year;
  • Not have any outstanding disciplinary or grievance actions with the college; and
  • Be in good financial standing with Umpqua Community College including no outstanding balances owed to the college or be in default on any loans issued through the college.

Although incoming officers take office Summer quarter, incoming officers must:

  • Complete enrollment in nine (9) or more credits at Umpqua Community College for Spring quarter of the current year, with a 2.50 grade point average or better;
  • Possess a 2.50 cumulative grade point average or better for Spring quarter of the current year; and
  • Not have any outstanding disciplinary or grievance actions with the college; and
  • Be in good financial standing with Umpqua Community College including no outstanding balances owed to the college or be in default on any loans issued through the college.

If, at the end of Spring quarter, an individual who is elected for the office fails to meet the above requirements for holding office, the individual will not assume the office.

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