Student Life at Centralia College
The Student Life & Involvement Center (SLIC) is the headquarters for student involvement. Our office oversees student government, budgets for student-funded programs, organizations and clubs, programming of campus activities, support services to other student services departments, new student orientation, and advisory of student life issues and concerns.
Mission of SLIC
Improving students lives by providing high quality, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities that promote student involvement and leadership, in an effort to create a community that values diversity.
Student Fee Information
State House Bill (SHB) 2352 concerning institutions of higher education services and activities fees, sponsored by Rep. Chris Reykdal, D-Olympia, was signed by the Governor on March 29, 2012. The bill requires Services and Activities (S&A) fee committees at institutions of higher education to post S&A fees expenditure information on the institutions’ websites. To comply with this SHB, ASCC is reporting the expenditures of its S&A fees from the past academic year. Download the S&A Fee Expenditure Report (pdf.
ASCC Student Government promotes educational, social and cultural activities, acts as the official voice of the student body, and facilitates student participation in the college community for the betterment of Centralia College.
The Student Activities Team (SAT) is a student team, selected and hired in conjunction with the Associated Students of Centralia College (ASCC) Student Government and college staff, to plan cultural, social, educational and recreational events for students of Centralia College.
ASCC recognizes student clubs and organizations that offer opportunities to meet new friends, satisfy special interests, make contributions to campus life, and contribute to the intellectual development of students.
The Trailblazer Food Pantry, located in the TransAlta Commons, Room 137, is a free service available to Current Centralia College Students experiencing food insecurity.
Centralia College has joined more than 70 other institutions nationwide in offering esports that will compete at the intercollegiate level.
Weekly Lyceum lectures are presented 1-1:50 p.m. Wednesdays in Washington Hall room 103. All presentations are free and open to the public.
Students are needed to serve on college committees. Appointments are made by ASCC student government.