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  GA Spring 2016 Links  
Have any questions regarding Spring General Assembly? Feel free to reach out to the General Assembly Planning Chair, Senator Sirotnak, at any time!

Direct Contact:
Cell: (424) 354-9513

  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 Delegate will 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.

  Spring 2016 General Assembly  

Spring 2016 General Assembly

Ontario Convention Center

2000 E. Convention Center Way, Ontario, CA 91764

Useful links for Spring 2016 GA:


Amended Resolutions Packet

Resolutions Procedures

Constitutional Models


Hotel Information

 The room block for the Doubltree Hotel is SOLD OUT.

Other hotel options can be found here!

Registration Costs:

Early Bird Registration Fees

Non-Delegates $295

Delegates $190

Regular Registration Fees (Starts April 15th, 2016)

Non-Delegates $305

Delegates $200

  Meet Your Keynote Speaker  

Assembly Member Jose Medina

Assembly Member Jose Medina

Assembly Member Jose Medina was elected in November 2012 to represent California's 61st Assembly District, which consists of Riverside, Moreno Valley, Perris and Mead Valley.

Before being elected to the Assembly, Medina was a high school teacher with the Riverside Unified School District for over 35 years, a member of the Riverside City Teachers Association, and a representative to the state council of the California Teachers Association (CTA).

Medina's eagerness to assist students beyond the classroom motivated him to pursue public office. He was elected to serve as school board member on the Jurupa Unified School District Board of Education and most recently, completed three successful terms on the Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees.

During his tenure as a Trustee, he chaired the Teaching and Learning Committee and supported establishing independent colleges in Riverside, Moreno Valley and Norco. Medina's leadership was instrumental in expanding job-training programs, upgrading classrooms and science labs, and instituting measures to increase educational offerings.

Medina recognizes the critical role higher education plays in supporting jobs and opening up the doors for opportunity. Education played an important role in Medina's life and is the reason he moved to Riverside more than three decades ago to attend UCR. In 1974, he graduated with a bachelor's degree in Latin American Studies, and went on to earn a master's degree in History.

Medina is a three-time recipient of the National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship and was awarded a grant from the Organization of American States for research on Latin America. His extensive background as an educational advocate, respected community volunteer and accomplished teacher has earned him wide acclaim from all communities in his district.

Medina served as chair for the Jobs, Economic Development and the Economy Committee. He also served as a member on the Assembly Committees of Accountability and Administrative Review, and Governmental Organization. He has most recently been appointed to serve as chair of the Higher Education Committee.

Assembly Member Medina has two adult children, Jennifer and Matthew, and currently resides in Riverside with his wife, Linda