Constitution, Meeting Agendas, and Minutes

Below are the governing documents of the Associated Students of Moorpark College. Questions about these items may be emailed to

ASMC Constitution & Standing Rules

The ASMC Board of Directors exists to serve the individual and collective needs of the students of Moorpark College. To aid them in this process, ASMC established a constitution of self-governance, which serves as a directive for all of their procedures, as does all laws, regulations, codes, policies, and procedures set forth by the Ventura County Community College District (VCCCD) Board of Trustees, the California Education Code, any other laws of the State of California, and/or the laws of the United States of America. Learn more about ASMC policies and procedures by reviewing its Constitution & Standing Rules.

ASMC is updating its Standing Rules. Click here to view the proposed amendments, and please contact ASMC Director of Constitution & Rules Jennifer Pezzuto with any questions:

Meeting Agendas and Minutes

ASMC Board of Directors post their meeting agendas and minutes in a bulletin board enclosure located along Raider Walk on Moorpark College's upper campus. Meeting agendas and minutes are also available online.

General Election Protocol

ASMC Board of Directors oversees the annual student election process. The general election process follows the VCCCD Student Election Standard Operating Practices.

ASMC Budgets

The Associated Students of Moorpark College (ASMC)'s Board of Directors, with leadership from ASMC President Payton Robinson, ASMC Vice President Wyatt Kohler, and ASMC Director of Finance Houston Holohan, has developed and adopted a projected budget for its operations for fiscal year 2017-2018.

ASMC’s Board of Directors was created to represent and serve on behalf of the student population. ASMC’s mission is to give Moorpark College students a voice for their ideas and concerns while promoting and supporting student life on campus. ASMC provides leadership opportunities and encouragement for students to get involved on campus through student organizations, campus events and extracurricular activities, and we inspire our students towards critical thinking, civic responsibility, advocacy and leadership. ASMC also sponsors campus events hosted by student organizations and college departments that support student life beyond the classroom.

In 2016-2017, the ASMC Programming Committee awarded almost $30,000 to student organizations and campus departments. ASMC is able to offer this financial support through its various funding sources, such as: the sale of college student photo identification cards, the Student Representation Fee, the Student Center Fee, and the (optional) Student Activity Fee (learn more about fees here). With these funding sources, ASMC is able to continue building its standing on campus as a promoter and supporter of campus life.

View the ASMC (projected) budget for 2017-2018 for more information about ASMC's funding sources and its spending and distribution plans.