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The Associated Students of Whatcom Community College (ASWCC) aims to enhance every student's experience at Whatcom Community College by providing students a means to be represented in College decision making.

ASWCC Mission: To serve students by providing diverse opportunities for campus involvement, to build campus community and represent student concerns in college decision-making.

ASWCC Vision: ASWCC aims to achieve a dynamic campus environment in which all students are represented and have an opportunity to participate.

ASWCC Executive Board


 
   
   
   
   
 

ASWCC Programming and Diversity Board


 
   
   
   
   
 

 

Julie Connell
ASWCC Vice President for Campus Advocacy

Julie (she, her, hers) is a non-traditional student at WCC pursuing a transfer degree in science. Julie is passionate about creating sustainable social justice movements through food sovereignty. Julie has two daughters, Rachel and Megan, along with one granddaughter, Emma.  Julie spends every minute she can with family and friends, playing music, cooking good food, creating recycled art, and laughing. Julie's goal this year is to inspire students at Whatcom to better understand advocacy, for themselves and their community.

Julie Connell
ASWCC Vice President for Campus Advocacy

Julie (she, her, hers) is a non-traditional student at WCC pursuing a transfer degree in science. Julie is passionate about creating sustainable social justice movements through food sovereignty. Julie has two daughters, Rachel and Megan, along with one granddaughter, Emma.  Julie spends every minute she can with family and friends, playing music, cooking good food, creating recycled art, and laughing. Julie's goal this year is to inspire students at Whatcom to better understand advocacy, for themselves and their community.

Franklyn Winston
ASWCC Director for Academic Success Programming
FWinston@whatcom.edu

Frank is an international student from Indonesia. He plans to study Industrial Engineering after graduating from WCC. His desire to provide welcoming environment for students and develop himself further motivated him to become a part of ASWCC Programming and Diversity Board. He believes that it is important to be successful academically and socially by being active in community.

Franklyn Winston
ASWCC Director for Academic Success Programming
FWinston@whatcom.edu

Frank is an international student from Indonesia. He plans to study Industrial Engineering after graduating from WCC. His desire to provide welcoming environment for students and develop himself further motivated him to become a part of ASWCC Programming and Diversity Board. He believes that it is important to be successful academically and socially by being active in community.

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