Club Resources

As a club officer, it is important to have the necessary tools to be successful in your position. Here you will find a few important resources to assist you in the process.

members of 2013-14 leadership conference
Student California Teacher's Association
her campus club event
Her Campus Club
Country Line Dancing
Country Line Dancing Club
smooth awards ballroom dance
Ballroom Dance Club
Wheelmen cycling club
Cal Poly Wheelmen


ASI Club Services

Phone: (805) 756-5807
Fax: (805) 756-7121
Email Club Services

ASI Facility Scheduling

Phone: (805) 756-7587
Fax: (805) 756-7121
Email Facility Scheduling


Mon - Fri: 10 am - 2 pm

Student Organization Handbooks

The Cal Poly Club Handbook and ISO Handbook provide key information to help your student organization succeed. These handbooks are designed to assist your student organization with understanding University policies, identifying resources available through ASI Club Services and obtaining information that will help make your activities function efficiently. Please note that all student organization activities must comply with Campus Administrative Policies.

Cal Poly Club Handbook
ISO Handbook

A reference copy of the Cal Poly Club Handbook is available at the ASI Club Services Self Service Station (located outside of the Epicenter).


If I submit a Payment Request Form (PRF) today, when can I expect my check to be available for pick-up?

If the PRF is submitted with all required information, signatures and supporting documentation, payment will be available within seven business days.

Where do I make a club deposit (cash or check, non-donation?)

To deposit money into a club's account, an officer of the club that is listed on the current Charter must go directly to the CHASE bank branch located on the first floor of the University Union. The Cal Poly CHASE branch is the only CHASE Bank that accepts club deposits.

What is an E-Plan and where do I go to fill one out?

An E-Plan is a process that assists clubs and ISOs with the event planning process. It also serves as a tool for campus entities to coordinate multiple campus events and assess risk for each. Clubs must submit E-Plans for both on and off campus events. ISOs only submit E-Plans for on campus events. E-Plans must be completed, approved, and submitted online.