What is the Student Trustee?

In addition to the five elected trustees of the Board of Trustees for the Foothill-De Anza Community College District, there will be one student trustee from each college. Following procedures prescribed by the Board, the student trustees will be chosen by the students enrolled in the colleges. The term of the student trustees will be one year commencing on June 1.

The student trustees will be seated with the elected trustees at all public meetings of the Board and will be recognized at those meetings as full members of the Board for the purpose of questioning witnesses, discussing issues and making and seconding motions.

The student trustees will be entitled to an advisory vote. If a student trustee wishes to cast an advisory vote, it shall be taken prior to the Board’s vote. Furthermore, the student trustees will receive all material presented to the publicly elected trustees, except material that relates to matters considered in closed session.

FHDA Board Policy 2015 "Student Members"

FHDA Administrative Procedure 2105 "Student Trustee Selection Procedures"

CA Education Code Section 72023.5


Hayman C. Wong
Student Trustee

Hayman C. Wong

Hayman is a sophomore student at De Anza College, double majoring in Political Sciences and History. Hayman is passionated in social justice and activism work. Being an immigrant as an Asian woman, she focuses on immigration rights, higher education, LGBTQ+ rights, and rent control in the bay area. At De Anza College, she was actively involved in community organising worked at the Vasconcellos Institute for Democracy in Action (VIDA) as a public policy advocate. As a Senator at the De Anza College Associated Student Body, she represents and echoes students' voices on the floor of student senate in order to make policies which reflects students' interest.

Hayman C. Wong

wonghayman@fhda.edu

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