ASI Student Government is comprised of three branches:
Through these branches, student leaders work to uphold ASI's vision of providing students with the ultimate college experience. Student leaders encourage shared governance, student advocacy, and collaboration with other campus and community entities.
ASI Student Government welcomes volunteers year-round and encourages participation at all Student Government events.
ASI Social Justice Program Funding is available for currently chartered Cal Poly Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs), Cal Poly departments, and Instructionally Related Activities (IRAs) to co-sponsor events intended to form community and educate a broad range of Cal Poly students regarding issues facing underrepresented minority students.
A permanent secretary of diversity and inclusion position in the ASI Executive Cabinet is dedicated to promoting and addressing issues pertaining to diversity and inclusivity as well as forming and maintaining foundational relationships with Cal Poly’s underrepresented minority communities.
The ASI Diversity and Inclusion Committee is one of six standing committees that serves under the purview of the ASI Board of Directors. This committee is charged with ensuring ASI is addressing the needs and concerns of underrepresented minority students.
Email us or stop by the Student Government Office located on the 2nd floor of the University Union or submit your info and areas of interest.