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Self Love Event. Petting Zoo, Crafts, Giveaways, & Free Food. February 12th 10am to 1pm Newark Campus first floor lobby



 Self Love Event. Petting Zoo, Crafts, Giveaways, & Free Food. February 12th 10am to 1pm Newark Campus first floor lobby

For more information about events happening on campus, or how to host your own event please visit:

ASOC Student Gov't

The Associated Students of Ohlone College (ASOC) helps to ensure that students receive the best possible experience while studying at Ohlone College.

For more information on what the ASOC does, how to become a part of ASOC, or how to volunteer your assistance please visit:

Student Clubs/Inter-Club Council

Being a part of a student club is a great way to meet new friends with similar interests and to become a part of the Ohlone community.

For more information on what clubs we have, how to join, or how to create a club here at Ohlone College please visit:

Inter-Club Council (ICC) Meetings for Spring 2020:
Spring '20 meeting information TBD

The Ohlone Pantry [TOP]

The Ohlone Pantry is a FREE food assistance program, open to ALL currently enrolled Ohlone Students! You can enroll and pick up food from our Fremont office Building 7, #7210.
For more information please visit

**The Ohlone Pantry is CLOSED until 01/27/2020**


Self-Care Supplies Station

**The Self-Care Station is CLOSED until 01/27/2020**

The Office of Student Life houses a Self-Care Supplies Station for students FREE of charge.

If you wish to DONATE: We have our Self-Care Flamingo bins around campus where you can drop off supplies. (Newark 1st floor lobby, Fremont: Cafeteria, bookstore, student lounge & hyman hall).

You can also stop by our Fremont office (Building 7, room 7210) to drop off donations.

To RECEIVE free supplies, you must be a currently enrolled Ohlone Student.

Free self care supplies for students at building 7, room 7210.

Student ID Cards

 Students who pay the Student Activity Fee each term are eligible to receive a Student ID card. Students with a valid Ohlone College student ID card are able to participate in campus events; such as bands, guest speaksers, social events & student government elections.

ID Card Window Hours


Monday through Thursday; 9am to 4pm


**Closed for Winter Break, as of 4pm on Friday 12/13/19**

During the semester(s)

BOTH locations are CLOSED on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays.

 The student ID card entitles students to a number of benefits including: FREE or discounted admission to Ohlone and/or ASOC sponsored events; easy Ohlone Library book checkout; entrance for the Reading & Writing Labs; reduced rates for events held in the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine & Performing Arts.

Student Activity Fee (Optional)

The Student Acitvity Fee funds campus activities and events; such as, Orientation, bands, clubs, food events, art & music programs, lectures, elections, the production of the Student ID card. It also allows for discounts to events at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine & Performing Arts, and assists in leadership scholarships.

Fall/Spring Semester: $5
Summer: $2.50

Students who choose NOT to pay the Student Activities fee must write a response to the form provided by the Office of Student Life (Fremont Campus, Room 7210 or via email (link sends e-mail)) on or before the last day to drop classes, in order to receive a refund. (Sunday; February 9, 2020)
Form to OPT OUT of paying the Student Activity Fee (PDF)

Hours | Contact Us

FREMONT CAMPUS | Bldg 7 Room 7210 | Monday through Thursday; 9am to 4pm (The Ohlone Pantry and Self Care Station are CLOSED until 01/27/2020)

NEWARK CAMPUS | ASOC Rec Room NC1200 | **Closed for Winter Break, as of 4pm on Friday 12/13/19**

BOTH OFFICES | Friday - Sunday + Holidays: CLOSED

Lea Witmer Alexandria Eoff
Interim Student Life Coordinator Student Life Office Assistant
  (510) 659-6553

The Office of Student Life exists to provide co-curricular experiences for Ohlone College Students. 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 about how to join several student organizations, and engage in variety of our student events.

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