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2014-2015 ASOCC Budget
 As an Orange Coast College student, you are also a member of the Associated Students of Orange Coast College (ASOCC). That means that you benefit from the 2014-2015 ASOCC budget. Most of the ASOCC budget pays for instructionally related programs, co-curricular activities, and vital college services.
 
The ASOCC money comes from business done by the OCC Bookstore, Recycling Center and the College Services Charge, which every student is expected and encouraged to pay at registration. This money goes to support programs and services such as the tutoring and math center, performing arts, forensics, athletics, and numerous clubs and organizations.
 
Every spring the student Fiscal Affairs Committee reviews budget requests to establish priorities for financing services to Orange Coast College. The budget is given to the Vice President of Student Services for initial review. Then it is forwarded in May to the SGOCC Student Senate for final approval.
 
 

2014-2015 ASOCC Budget

Projected Budget: $1,544,296
Program Allocation
 Allied Health Pinning Ceremony: $3,000
 
ASOCC-College Life: $36,030 
  • Advertising
  • Awareness Days
  • Blood & Bone Marrow Registration Drive
  • Children's Center Events
  • Club Rush
  • ICC Meetings
  • Transition Luncheon
  • Coast Days
  • Evening Activities
  • Historian-College Life
  • Equipment Repair and Maintenance
  • Miscellaneous

 ASOCC-Copier Lease: $5,500

ASOCC-Leadership/Governance: $44,250        
  • Advertising Leadership
  • Conferences
  • Senate Elections
  • Leadership Hospitality
  • Leadership Library
  • Transition Dinner
  • Leadership Planning Workshops
  • Social Issues Events
  • Leadership Conference/Training
ASOCC-Office Supplies: $12,150
ASOCC Championship, Contingency,  One Time Request:$105,000
Athletics: $239,214
Career Library: $5,700
Cheer & Dance: $14,000
Children’s Center: $54,715
Coast Report: $7,600
Community Relations Senior Day BBQ: $5,000
Community Relations: Student Outreach/Senior Day: $4,500
Culinary Arts Team: $3,000
Dance Department & Ensemble: $9,000
Emergency Loan Program Bad Dept: $10,000
Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavillion - Exhibitions: $10,125
Guardian Scholars: $8,300
Goodwill Industries: $4,500
Graduation/Commencement: $10,000
High School Counselor Breakfast: $3,170
Honors Night: $26,197
Honors Program: $21,075
Job Placement Center/Internship Academy: $16,000
Kroll Scholarships: $5,350
Photo Gallery & Student Photography Gallery: $4,500
Public Marine Aquarium: $5,500
Puente Project: $11,000
Re-Entry Center: $7,000
Royalties: $11,000
Speech, Theatre, & Debate Team: $38,100
Student Activities Office-Personnel: $434,814
Student Success Center (Tutoring Center/Math Lab): $273,796
Study Skills & Personal Development Workshops: $850
Transfer Day/Transfer Fairs: $6,350
Transfer Opportunity Program (TOP): $7,010
Visual & Performing Arts: $81,000
 
TOTAL: $1,544,296