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  Fall 2015 General Assembly  
 

Dates:
November 13-15, 2015

Location:

Lions Gate Conference Center
3410 Westover Street
Sacramento, CA 95652
(866) 258-5651

Cost and Registration:

Register Now!
Cost: $295 for students and advisors, $190 for delegates.
Paying by check onsite?  You may make checks payable to: Board of Governors, California Community Colleges.Hotel

Reservations:

Courtesy blocks are being offered at the following hotels,

DoubleTree, Sacramento - ROOM BLOCK IS FULL

 Reservations Procedure:  Call 800-686- 3775 and identify yourself as a guest of Fall GA 2015.   All reservations must be guaranteed and accompanied by a first night room deposit or guaranteed with a major credit card.

Group Name:   FALL GA 2015
Group Code:    FGA

Check in/out:  Check in is at 4:00pm and Check out is 11:00am
Parking:  $4.00 per day

 

Crown Plaza, Sacramento

(916) 338-5800  Call in for reservations and ask for the Fall GA 2015 block rate or use the link below.  Cut-off date is 10-26-15.

Private booking linkEnter in check in/check out date and it will automatically take you to the Private Page.   

 

Hilton Arden West

2200 Harvard Street, Sacramento, CA  95818

(916) 922-4700

Reservations Procedure:

(800) HILTONS (455-8667) or this reservation link

Rate Code: FGA

Cut off date: November 5, 2015

Parking: $ 4 per day                                    

 
 
  Fall 2015 Resolutions Timeline  
 

Fall 2016 Submissions Deadlines:

  • Original Resolutions Due:
    • October 7th, 2016

  • Amended Resolutions Due:
    • October 19th, 2016

Fall 2016 Dissemination Dates:

  • Active & Sunsetting Resolutions:
    • September 27th, 2016
  • Original Resolutions:
    • October 11th, 2016
  • Amended Resolutions:
    • October 21st, 2016

Resolution Procedures

Questions?
  Email resolutions@studentsenateccc.org or evp@studentsenateccc.org

 



 
 
  GA continues to be Paper-Lite!  
 

The SSCCC is trying to reduce the amount of paper we use at our General Assemblies. This is an effort both to be responsible toward our environment and to increase the timeliness of the resources provided. Electronic materials will replace most of the paper materials and will be accessible before, during, and after the event.

  • Each registered attendee will receive one printed program.
  • Each Delegate will also receive a printed copy of the official resolution procedures when they sign-in onsite.
  • Each Delegate will be responsible for informing their college delegation of the resolution procedures and sharing their printed copy with their college.

We suggest that you download and save the materials to your laptop or mobile device prior to the event for your use onsite. If you prefer to have printed copies of the materials with you, please print them in advance, as printed copies will not be available onsite.