Elections Committee
Healing Arts Committee
Inter-Club Council
Programming Committee
Scholarships Committee
Sustainability Committee

ASMC activates various standing and ad hoc committees to carry out its initiatives and goals: Standing committeeswork on a continual basis, andad hoc committees are temporary and created for a specific task and cease to exist after the task has been completed. Standing committees are subject to comply with California's open meetings act (the Brown Act). The ASMC Board of Directors reserves the right to activate other ad hoc committees as needed throughout the year, depending on needs and objectives.


The Programming Committee is a standing committee that exists to provide funding for student organizations and campus departments planning extracurricular campus activities, programs, and resources for the students of Moorpark College. Funding offered by the Programming Committee is made possible through the collection of an optional Student Activity Fee, as well as funding received from the Moorpark College Bookstore. The ASMC Director of Budget and Finance chairs the Programming Committee. This committee operates in accordance with California's open meeting law (the Brown Act).

Apply for funding

MC clubs, organizations, and departments may request funding to support student life by completing the Programming Committee's Application for Funding. Completed applications may be dropped off in person to the Student Activities Office, located across from the Bookstore in the Campus Center, or they can email completed applications to ASMCFinance@vcccd.edu.

The Committee prioritizes events or activities that build leadership, encourage academic success, and/or enhance campus life at Moorpark College. Check out the 2018-2019 Programming Committee funding distribution summary to learn more about the types of activities that were supported over the last academic year. 

Programming Committee Meetings

The Programming Committee meets in the ASMC Conference Room, located in the Student Activities Office in the Campus Center. The Committee is meeting weekly on Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. beginning January 15 until March 25.

ASMC abides by the California Open Meeting Act; as such, it must post its agendas at least 72 hours (three days) in advance of the meeting date/time. Therefore, ASMC Funding Applications should be received at least 96 hours (four days) in advance of the meeting to ensure it is added to the agenda in time to meet this requirement. Please email ASMC Programming Committee Chair Sahil Vig to request an agenda item to be added: ASMCFinance@vcccd.edu.

To view the agendas, applications and minutes for ASMC's Programming Committee, click here.


All active MC student organizations are part of the ad hoc Inter-Club Council (ICC). The ICC provides student organizations with direction and guidelines on how to most effectively operate, and it serves as a resource to student leaders. ICC meetings are held monthly throughout the Fall and Spring semesters, and they are Chaired by the ASMC Director of Student Organizations.

ICC Meetings

Spring 2020 ICC meetings will take place on the following dates:

  • Thursday, January 16 at 2:00 p.m. in the Campus Center Conference Room (in the back of the dining room)
  • Thursday, February 20 at 2:00 p.m. in HSS-111 (Humanities & Social Sciences building, next to the Library)
  • Thursday, March 26 at 2:00 p.m in the Campus Center Conference Room (in the back of the dining room)
  • Thursday, April 16 at 2:00 p.m. in the Campus Center Conference Room (in the back of the dining room)

Contact the ASMC Director of Student Organizations to have an item added to an ICC meeting agenda: asmcstudentorgs@vcccd.edu. Learn more about the ICC here


The ASMC Board of Directors activates the ad hoc Elections Committee to provide impartial administration of all elections of the ASMC in accordance with the VCCCD Student Election Standard Operating Practices.Learn more about the different ASMC Board positions and how to run for an elected position by visiting the ASMC Elections page.


The ASMC Scholarship Committee reviews applications to ASMC's annual scholarship program to decide which students are making positive impacts on campus and within their communities. Learn more about the ASMC Scholarship Committee by visiting the Leadership Scholarship page, or by emailing ASMCAcademicAffairs@vcccd.edu.


The ad hoc Associated Students Sustainability Committee (ASSC) is a work group which unifies environmentalists on campus and gives them the framework and guidance to create specific project proposals to help improve Moorpark College's sustainability. The Chair of the ASSC is the ASMC Director of Sustainability. Additional members and co-chairs can include any other student enrolled at Moorpark College. Contact ASMCSustainability@vcccd.edu for additional information about ASSC and how to get involved, or visit the ASMC Sustainability page.


The ad hoc Healing Arts Festival Planning Committee is a work group which meets to plan the Healing Arts Festival, an art-centered event commemorating the anniversary of the Borderline Shooting and Woolsey Fire. The Chair of the Healing Arts Festival Planning Committee is the ASMC Director of Academic Affairs (ASMCAcademicAffairs@vcccd.edu) and the Co-Chair is the ASMC Director of Constitution and Standing Rules (ASMCStandingRules@vcccd.edu). Additional members can include any other student enrolled at Moorpark College that commits to attending the meetings and assisting with the implementation of the Healing Arts Festival.