Students will know about and have access to a variety of activities, events and leadership opportunities.
Student activities at Oxnard College include student government, campus clubs and student organizations, national honor societies, performing arts, literature and arts lectures, leadership and personal growth workshops, academic and cultural events. New and continuing students are encouraged to participate in student life activities. Existing clubs and student organizations at Oxnard College are always looking for new ideas to increase their membership. There is a club or organization on campus for everyone. If students cannot find a club or an organization to join at OC, students may start their own club or organization. A chartered student organization shall have a faculty or staff advisor who shall be chosen by the members of that organization and approved by the Vice President of Student Development or designee. See Appendix IV for more information.
The Oxnard College Condors participate in eight Men’s and Women’s Intercollegiate Athletic programs competing in the 16-member Western State Conference.
The Men’s Athletic Program offers competition in baseball, basketball, cross-country, and soccer.
The Women’s Athletic Program includes competition in softball, basketball, cross-country, and soccer.
To be eligible for competition, the student-athlete must be continuously and actively enrolled in a minimum of 12 units during the season of competition and maintain a 2.0 cumulative grade point average, from the beginning of athletic participation. Of the 12 credit units, at least nine shall be attempted in courses counting toward the associate degree, remediation, transfer, and/or certification as defined by the College Catalog and are consistent with the student athlete’s educational plan.
All student athletes who would like to participate in Intercollegiate Athletics can visit the college website at https://www.occondors.com. Click on "Students" tab and under "Student Life" and click on "Athletics" to access the Athletics website for more information about each program or call the Athletics Department at (805) 678-5825.
The Associated Student Government of Oxnard College
The Associated Student Government (ASG) of Oxnard College was established in 1977. The aims of the association are in close harmony with the objectives of the college, including opportunities for personal development, group cooperation, leadership development and enrichment of student life. The Associated Student Government of Oxnard College is a governing body of students. Students have the opportunity to become active leaders on campus and in their community. Students who join student government strive to promote scholarship, advocacy and leadership.
Oxnard College students strive for academic excellence, and the Associated Student Government at OC provides enrichment to the student experience. A major part of student life is academic achievement, and ASG at OC supports all students in their pathway to success.
Oxnard College student leaders are involved in campus wide and district wide committees, where they learn about student success goals, projects and services on campus. Students involved in ASG are trained at conferences and general assemblies to provide better leadership on campus. Advocacy is a strong element for ASG at OC. Students program several events and forums on student advocacy throughout the year.
Oxnard College students become leaders in their community. ASG board members are the liaison between the students at OC and administration. ASG board members are the role models and decision makers for the students they represent. Leadership opportunities are available throughout the year including serving on ASG committees or volunteer opportunities.
For more information: 805-678-5232 or visit oxnardcollege.edu/asg
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Elections are held every spring semester for student government. There are several requirements for eligibility for candidacy. A student seeking an officer position in OC ASG must hold a 2.0 GPA or better and maintain this average while in office, and students must be enrolled in 5 or more units at their primary campus. For more information on candidate requirements, please refer to the Student Election Standard Operating Practices for Associated Students’ Positions and Student Trustee Position. All students are eligible to vote in these elections. Students elected to a position in OC ASG serve for a full academic year from June 1st to May 31st.