ASI Student Government
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We represent the student voice on campus
Elected and volunteer student leaders are the collective voice of the student body and your link to sparking change at the campus, state, and federal level.
ASI Executive Cabinet
The ASI president and chief of staff oversee the Executive Cabinet which works with student volunteers, ASI staff, and community members to carry out the president’s goals. Elected in the annual spring ASI elections, the ASI president works with university, city, and state leaders to represent student interests at every level.
ASI Board of Directors
The voice of Cal Poly students. Student-elected representatives from each academic college sit on the Board of Directors. Reach out to your college representatives or share your voice at a board meeting.
University Union Advisory Board
The UUAB makes ASI-managed-facility policy recommendations while working to maintain the integrity of the University Union student body fee which students pay quarterly in their tuition.
ASI and university committees provide students the opportunity to represent the student voice on a variety of committees and assist with campus decision-making on a range of topics.
Recruitment & Elections
Create a better Cal Poly for current and future generations of students by getting involved in ASI Student Government!
Student Government Alumni
Through mentorship opportunities, networking events, and promotion of the ASI Learn-by-Doing Leadership Fund, our goal is to cultivate lifelong connections between current Student Government members and our vast community of past ASI leaders.
Looking to get involved with ASI Student Government, but unsure of where to start?
ASI Student Government welcomes volunteers year-round. As a member of the ASI Executive Staff, students have the ability to volunteer at Student Government events, receive mentorship from current leaders, and stay up to date with the initiatives and advocacy efforts happening within Student Government.
The ASI Executive Staff is designed for students who have the desire to get more involved in leadership and to learn more about all areas of ASI Student Government, including the Board of Directors, University Union Advisory Board, and Executive Cabinet.
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Funding is available for currently chartered Cal Poly Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs), departments, and Instructionally Related Activities (IRAs) to co-sponsor events intended to educate students on 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.