All registered students in degree programs are regular members of the Associated Students of Palau Community College (ASPCC). Four officers and ten senators within the framework of a constitution and its bylaws govern the ASPCC. The officers and senators are elected annually to form the student senate and they are responsible for administering the affairs of the ASPCC. The association is responsible for the general welfare of the student body.
Most republics/states represented on campus have formed republic/state organizations the purposes of which are to build support systems and advocate for their constituents. These republic/state organizations function within their by-laws, which are approved by the college. Students with a common interest and purpose may form a club/organization and petition the college to sanction them as an official club/organization of the college.
All proposed activities that are sponsored in the name of college clubs/organizations must first be approved by the Dean of Students or his/her designee. College clubs/organizations are required to comply with all college policies and regulations in carrying out their activities whether on or off campus.