Filing Is Still Open for the 2022–23 ASI President & Board of Directors


San Luis Obispo, Calif. Feb. 15, 2022 —The candidate filing period for the 2022-23 Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) president and ASI Board of Directors is open from Feb. 7–25. As the collective voice of the students, ASI Student Government leaders advocate for change, support, and resources to create positive contributions both on- and off-campus. If elected, leaders will have the opportunity to effect change and create a better Cal Poly for current and future generations of students.

To file for ASI president or the Board of Directors, students must complete a Candidate Packet on the ASI Recruitment and Elections website.

ASI Student Government will host virtual informational sessions, where interested students can learn more about student government and the elections process. Those interested in filing and learning more about the ASI Board of Directors can attend a virtual Open House on Wednesday, Feb. 23 at 4:30 p.m. (All Zoom links are listed on the ASI Recruitment and Elections website.)

The ASI president represents the general student body and acts as the official representative of ASI to Cal Poly administration and the general public. The time commitment for the ASI president is in excess of 40 hours per week and starts on the last day of spring quarter. The ASI president is expected to be available during summer quarter to fulfill the responsibilities of meeting attendance, in-office work, retreats, and other affiliated job functions.

The board is comprised of representatives from each academic college that serve as the official voice of students and act as the corporate governing board for ASI. Regular board meetings convene every other Wednesday at 5:10 p.m. Every Monday, the board engages in working meetings as a tool to facilitate discussions regarding ASI business, events, and campus issues. The time commitment for board representatives is in excess of 10 hours per week.

For more information, contact ASI Recruitment & Elections Committee Chair, Jordan Perlas, at (805) 756-1291 or