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Student Life

Make the most of your Cypress College experience by getting involved. Balance your time for learning, leading and living by participating in life enriching activities with other students who share your vision. Explore your interests, build your skills, create friendships and become part of the excitement of Cypress College. Opportunities for involvement are waiting for your in our Student Activities Center and Associated Students Clubs and Council.

Student Activities
The Student Activities Center, housed in a recently renovated building, is charged with providing an element of students’ lives that co-exists with their academic endeavors. The building offers students a small computer lab, small student lounge, game room, conference room, Associated Students executive office areas, and a general work area for student club projects.  
The Associated Students (AS) provide learning, leadership and service opportunities outside the classroom. They are supervised and advised by the Student Activities Advisor. The AS Council is comprised of nine executive board positions, ten senator positions, and ten programmer positions. Their offices are located in the Student Activities Center and they conduct their business meetings once a week in the SAC Conference Room. Associated Student leaders facilitate participation in the shared governance process on campus by their service on campus committees. Associated Students sponsor many events/activities on campus throughout the school year. 

Contact Information

Faculty Advisor: Paul Bottiaux
Location:  Student Activities Office
Building 8 behind the small pond
Phone:  714-484-7198

 

Did You Know?

28% of Cypress College’s students are Latinos, 21% are Asian/Pacific Islander, 8% are Filipino, 6% are African American, 28% are Caucasian, and 8% are from other ethnicities or are unidentified.

 

Student Spotlight

Danielle
Danielle Nava
Outstanding Alumna, 2009

Danielle Nava has enjoyed a career in the not-for-profit sector for 15 years while serving the Orange County community.