Student Government

Student GovernmentThe Associated Students of the University of Hawaii Kauai CC Student Government (ASUH-KCC SG) is the official chartered student organization. The senate is comprised of an Executive Board and division senators. Leaders represent students in each academic division and minority groups. The primary function of ASUH-KCC SG is self-governance, maintenance of the Student Life Center and representation. This allows the Senate to maintain its facility operations and advocates on behalf of the needs of the student body. The group serves as a voice with volunteers serving on campus committees.

Another important role is sponsorship of  campus programs, student projects and initiatives collected from student activity fees. The group also appoints two student leaders to serve on the University of Hawaii Caucus, a system-wide organization that works on the collective needs of all students enrolled in the University of Hawaii System. 

ASUH-KCC SG retains active membership with the Association of College Unions-International (ACUI); American Student Association of Community Colleges and the Hawaii Association of Student Life Advisors.

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  • President
    Jaydon Tombucon
  • Vice President
  • Secretary 
    Keynan Mateo 
  • Treasurer
  • Human Resource Management  
    Chanel Mae Rodriguez 
  • Student Life Assistant 
    Austin Manipon-Hamada 
  • Student Life Coordinator 
    John Constantino 


  • Senator At Large
    Audra Mauldin
  • Trades & Technology 
    Zion Kaluahine-Gambeng 

Box Office: (808) 245-0104 
Location: Campus Center, Rm 202 

Maile Rose Padre
ASUH-KCC SG President 

Jaydon Tombucon 
ASUH-KCC H.R. Manager 

John Constantino
Student Life Coordinator

ASUH-KCC Student Government 2021-2022
President - Johnaustin Keikialoha Kaohelauli Kahokuloa
Vice President - Benzelle Barsamira 
Secretary - Samuel Gauna 
Treasurer - Angeline Rosline 
H.R. Manager - Jaydon Tombucon 
Senator at Large - James Green 
Senator for Health Education and Public Service - Maile Rose Padre 
Senator for Langage, Arts, and Humanities - Kelvin Hanzlie Ibia