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Central Oregon Community College and its student government have made changes to the constitution so they can work better together in the future. Representatives from both sides have been meeting over the last couple months and they feel they're reached a good compromise. Brenda Pierce is the ASOCCC Marketing Coordinator: “As the college has grown, the need for student government and a student voice has grown. It was necessary to better define the structure what students and the board related, how acknowledged.” In the future, student leaders must maintain a minimum GPA, have a student load of at least 6 credits and they are limited to a three year term. 

 

 

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