ASI Elections

ASI Elections are held annually in spring quarter and determine the student leadership for the following academic year. Elected representatives include the ASI President and the ASI Board of Directors.


College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences board
College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences - 5 seats
College of Engineering board
College of Engineering - 5 seats
College of Liberal Arts
College of Liberal Arts - 4 seats
College of Science and Mathematics
College of Science and Mathematics - 4 seats
Orfalea College of Business
Orfalea College of Business - 4 seats
College of Architecture and Environmental Design board
College of Architecture and Environmental Design - 2 seats

Documents


election timeline

Important Dates

Active Campaigning Begins:
Sunday, April 13, 2014 at 5pm

Open Forum:
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at 11am
UU Plaza

Debate:
Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 11am

Election Begins:
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 7am

Election Ends:
Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 7am

Contact

Cale Reid
Recruitment & Development Chair
Email Recruitment & Development Chair

Tatiana Prestininzi
Chair of the Board
Email Chair of the Board

Jason Colombini
ASI President
Email ASI President

Student Government Office
Phone: (805) 756-1292
Email Student Government

Student Government on Facebook

The ASI President is the only elected-at-large student leader at Cal Poly and serves as the official ASI representative to the university and general public. The ASI Board of Directors consists of 24 elected positions and serves as the official voice of Cal Poly students in regards to student advocacy efforts and ASI corporate activity.

Cal Poly students will have the opportunity to vote via their Cal Poly Portal beginning on Wednesday, April 23 at 7am through Thursday, April 24 at 7am for the following positions:

ASI President:

1 seat, 18610 students

ASI Board of Directors:

  • College of Architecture and Environmental Design – 2 seats, 1505 students
  • College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences – 5 seats, 3644 students
  • College of Engineering – 5 seats, 5329 students
  • College of Liberal Arts – 4 seats, 2482 students
  • College of Science and Mathematics – 4 seats, 2752 students
  • Orfalea College of Business – 4 seats, 2453 students

For more information on how to become a Write-In candidate, please visit the ASI Business Office located in the University Union, Rm. 212. Additional information on all candidates, including their candidate statements, will be available on the ASI website beginning Monday, April 15, 2013.


2014-2015 elections