ASI Club Services
ASI Club Services connects students to over 400 clubs at Cal Poly, working as a partner with the university to administer day-to-day club operations.
Due to the COVID-19 shelter-in-home (place) order, ASI Club Services operations are being provided virtually. Learn more.
ASI Club Services provides the following support and resources to club members, officers, and advisors:
- Serves as the customer service point-of-contact for club operations.
- Assists with the process of club paperwork, including financial reimbursements.
- Provides club mailboxes located in the University Union Epicenter.
- Works with ASI Student Government in the allocation of ASI Club Funding.
- Facilitates the Event Plan (E-Plan) process.
- Serves as a liaison with the Dean of Students office regarding the annual training and chartering process for all clubs.
2020-21 Club Chartering Update
Due to the impacts on operations of campus activities as a result of COVID-19, club chartering for the 2020-2021 academic year is on hold until further notice. However, clubs may still renew or update their charter for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic year. 2019-2020 club charters will expire on October 9, 2020. Visit the Dean of Students Clubs & Organizations web page using the links below for more information.
ASI Club Funding
On an annual basis, ASI Student Government allocates a portion of their operating budget to provide funding for chartered Cal Poly Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs). For the 2019–20 year, the ASI Board of Directors allocated over $165,000 in ASI Club Funding to support the events and general operational needs of Cal Poly Clubs and Club Sports.
At this time, all available ASI Club Funding for the 2019-20 academic year has been fully allocated and applications are no longer being accepted.
ASI Social Justice Program Funding
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.
At this time, all available ASI Social Justice Program Funding for the 2019-20 academic year has been fully allocated and applications are no longer being accepted. Applications for future funding will be accepted beginning July 1, 2020.