Welcome to the Office of Student Life!
- Fremont campus, Building 7, second floor
- (510) 659-6255
The Office of Student Life exists to provide co-curricular experiences for students attending Ohlone. We offer students a place to meet new people, gain leadership skills and have fun. The Office of Student Life serves as the hub for all student hosted events and activities. This is done through collaboration with other departments, programs and organizations. By visiting the Office of Student Life, you can learn how to join several student organizations at Ohlone College.
Student Activities provides opportunities for student involvement at Ohlone College through social and cultural programs, student leadership training, and annual campus events such as Welcome Day, Soul Surge, and many others.
The Student Activities staff advises student government (ASOC), student clubs and produces co-curricular activities.
Student Government: Associated Students of Ohlone College
ASOC is the voice of the students in the shared governance of the College. Every Spring the ASOC executive board of President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Representative at Large, Legislative Representative, and Student Trustee are elected by a majority vote of the student body. During Fall and Spring Semesters students can elect to participate in student government by filling out the petition to be a Senator. All students are encouraged to participate.
Meetings and leadership training are mandatory and are held every week (check the ASOC webiste for details). For more information about ASOC, stop by Student Activities in Building 7, second floor on the Fremont campus or visit the ASOC website.
Clubs and Organizations
Student Clubs and co-curricular activities are a great way to become involved and meet people with similar interests. Participation offers opportunities to learn leadership and life skills that enrich the educational experience at Ohlone College.
For advisor and student leader names for Student Clubs, contact the Student Activities Office in Building 7, second floor on the Fremont campus, visit the Student Clubs web page, or call (510) 659-6255.
The Ombudsperson assists the students in garnering disputes, (academic and otherwise), as well as administrative complaints. The Ombudsperson can direct students to the appropriate channels to be used in requesting a review of an action or decision. The Ombudsperson provides a safe and comfortable environment for students to discuss complaints, concerns or problems confidentially.
When appropriate, the Ombudsperson office will initiate an informal intervention with the goal of facilitating a resolution that is acceptable to all parties involved. Visit the Ombudsperson website for more information.
If there are questions about the Office of Student Life, please contact: