Associated Students of Grays Harbor College

The Associated Students of Grays Harbor College (ASGHC), also known as the student government, works as a bridge between the students and the campus administration. We serve on campus committees, manage and allocate student fees, advocate for students and the student voice, and work together to ensure students are represented to the college. We set policy regarding student activities, oversee all clubs on campus, and provide programming and events for students. We have two monthly meetings and everyone is welcome to come, currently held on Wednesdays at 2:00 p.m. in the President’s Boardroom in Manspeaker, also available via zoom. Whether you are interested in clubs, how college administration works, or just have a question, student government is here to serve.

The Council

The ASGHC executive board is made up of seven members. The officers are:

  • President
  • Executive Vice President
  • Vice President for Diversity and Awareness
  • Vice President for Community Relations
  • Vice President for Engagement and Involvement
  • Vice President for Activity (2 positions)

Getting Involved

Each year in the spring, Student Life offers opportunities for students to apply to serve as executive officers for the ASGHC. These positions are paid voting positions on the student government, providing students with a unique leadership development opportunity. For more information about these positions, reach out to the executive officers directly or our specialist,

Every year student government is looking for senators to serve as general student members of the student government. Senators serve as voting members of the student government and act in the best interests of the student body.

Additionally, throughout the year ASGHC hosts events to gain student perspective, educate students on various initiatives, and make students aware of various things that impact students. If you are interested in being more active on campus or working with student government, contact us at 360-538-2510, or email us at

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