IMPORTANT MESSAGE


We are excited to announce that the Viking Union is open Monday-Friday 8am – 5pm.
While no services are available, the Multi-Purpose Room is home to a Student Study Space, students can connect to campus WiFi for streaming classes and ATUS printers are available in the Study Space. There is also comfortable seating throughout the 6th floor. At this time, the building is only open to Students, Staff, and Faculty. Face Coverings and Symptom Attestations are required, and Physical Distancing will be monitored. There is no eating allowed in the building. Greeters will welcome you at the Garden St and High St main entrances. We look forward to seeing you!

The Bookstore offers pickup with prearranged appointments Mon-Fri 9am-1pm. Set up a bookstore appointment

AS Legislative Affairs Council

 

Student Membership:

6-8 Students-at-large

AS Legislative Liaison

AS Local Liaison

AS REP Organizing and Outreach Coordinator (non-voting)

1 Grad Student or GSAC Representative

1 ESC Representative

1 ESP Representative

1 SAIRC Representative

 

Purpose:

Legislative Affairs Council serves to increase student representation by:

  • Encouraging civic engagement and student participation in the political process.
  • Creating, reviewing, and proposing Local, State, Federal, and other proposed Legislative and Administrative Agendas to the Associated Students of Western Washington University (ASWWU) Board of Directors.
  • Submitting recommendations to the Washington Student Association (WSA) regarding the statewide Legislative Agenda.
  • Establishing contact with elected officials to ensure that student perspectives are being considered at all levels of government.
  • Formulating policy positions for all matters concerning students in higher education for approval by the AS Board of Directors.
  • Reviewing funding request proposals, making financial decisions, and monitoring the expenditures of student funds paid to the Legislative Action Fund.
  • Approving a budget for the Legislative Action Fund in areas designed to more directly represent Western Students at the local, state and federal level, which follows the LAF budget policy.