ASI Calendar of Events - Fall 2021

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Welcome, Golden Eagles! It is an honor to serve you for a second term as your ASI President. It is such an exciting moment to welcome our returning and new Golden Eagles as the University repopulates campus this Fall. Our ASI student services will continue mostly in a virtual format this fall, as your health and safety are our top priority. We will continue to host informative events that will help you learn, keep you up to date on the status of the University, and guide you through our advocacy work as we voice your concerns ASSOCIATED STUDENTS, INC.

to university administrators. We will also continue to host spontaneous events to help you de-stress and make you dance right through your virtual space and out of your laptop screen with live DJ performances and much more! Our events will be packed with various giveaways, so log in and have a chance to win amazing prizes! All our ASI meetings will be virtual and easily accessible through Zoom. You can find more information on our upcoming meetings and events on our ASI website. Attending ASI meetings is an amazing opportunity to learn more about our advocacy and policy decisions that significantly impact the Cal State LA student body. As we repopulate campus, many other university services will reopen slowly but surely. Soon, we will start walking the hallways and the main walkway on campus. The ASI office has missed you all, and we are excited to be on this journey with you. In ASI, we value transparency and we make sure we do our best to ensure the information we gain goes back to the students. Check out our newsletter and stay informed. We are here to serve you! ” ASICALSTATELA.ORG


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WELCOME BACK, GOLDEN EAGLES! Associated Students, Inc. is here to serve you! We will be working in a hybrid format for the beginning of the Fall 2021 semester. The ASI office will be open for in-person visits:

MONDAY-THURSDAY 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Staff will be available Monday through Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm via email at: Executive Director, Barnaby Peake, bpeake@calstatela.edu Associate Executive Director, Dena Florez, dflorez3@calstatela.edu ASI President, Diana Chavez, asipres@calstatela.edu

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ASI student leaders are empowered to advocate on behalf of students while participating in the University shared governance process. They work to improve the culture and education at Cal State LA and across the CSU.

ASI is a non-profit student-run auxiliary governed by a Board of Directors elected by the student body at Cal State LA. Assisting in the protection of student rights and interests, ASI provides the means for effective input into the governance of the campus and is the official avenue through which student opinion is expressed. ASI offers students experience in responsible political participation, as they advocate for the protection of higher education at the State and Federal levels. With professional staff support, the Board sets strategic goals and policy priorities, while members represent student interests on ASI and University-wide committees.

• The rights and interests of students. • Opportunities for student participation in campus governance. • Educational, social, physical, and cultural wellbeing of the university community. • An opportunity for students to gain experience and training in responsible civic participation and community leadership.

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ASI demonstrates impactful leadership driven by collective thoughts and action.

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ASI prepares students to effectively advocate on behalf of the Cal State LA community.

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ASI is dedicated to community engagement, student support, and services.

• Join in informative and dynamic business meetings about issues affecting the university community. • Influence and help make important decisions on campus. • Find out how your student fees are being allocated to support clubs and organizations. • Network with student leaders advocating daily to enhance student life.


Looking to offset the high cost of textbooks? The ASI Textbook Scholarship Program was created to help you! Your student government allocated $6,000 per semester to help Cal State LA students achieve their academic goals and is one of the best examples of how your student dollars work for you. Scholarships are awarded on a first-come-first-serve basis, up to $150 per student. Purchase your books at the University Bookstore and you will receive a $25 Barnes and Nobel gift card to use on spirit-wear or other supplies you need!

Students can rent one of our lockers at two convenient locations: (1) University-Student Union Basement and (2) Library North. Our lockers are safe, reasonably priced and are available for you to rent when you stop by the ASI Administration Office. Make your life easier by dropping some of that excess weight. Spaces are limited and based on a first come, first serve basis.

$35 SEMESTER

Prices are subject to change without notice. For more information and Online tickets, please visit our website at: www.asicalstatela.org/tickets


GOLDEN EAGLE PRIDE & SPIRIT ASI supports campaigns directed by our Spirit Commissioner who organizes and maintains

school spirit initiatives and programs. While developing and implementing a schedule of pride events throughout the academic year, the Spirit Commissioner is charged with initiating crowd participation for Cal State LA Athletics and encouraging club and Greek participation in largescale and campus walkway events. For more information about our ASI pride initiatives, email: asisc@calstatela.edu

SCREAMING EAGLES STREET TEAM The Screaming Eagles Volunteer Street Team gives Cal State LA students the opportunity to work towards increasing campus pride. The Screaming Eagles promote ASI events, solicit participation in programs, and assist in the planning of campus initiatives. Serving as a Screaming Eagle is a great experience, but participation also requires a commitment to attend regular meetings and to submit reports on a periodic basis. To learn more about our efforts and to join the team, email: asivpa@calstatela.edu

GO GREEN! #ECOEAGLES Under the leadership of the ASI Environmental Affairs Commissioner, the Environmental

Policy Committee (EPC) formulates and encourages the adoption of policies that will make Cal State LA and the CSU System more environmentally sustainable. The Environmental Affairs Commissioner and EPC act as education agents with respect to environmental sustainability and environmental justice in our community. For more information about the EPC or our environmental affairs efforts, visit: asicalstatela.org/gogreen or email: asieac@calstatela.edu

LOBBY CORPS Lobby Corps is a network of organized students from across the CSU System charged with maintaining student representation and advocacy in the State Legislature and at CSU Board of Trustees meetings. To learn more about our efforts and to ensure your voice is being heard at the state level, join our meetings and open discussions. For more information, contact the ASI Vice President for External Affairs and Advancement at: asivpeaa@calstatela.edu or visit: asicalstatela.org/lobbycorps

ASI works closely with the Institute. Together we offer student participation in the quest for social justice, equality of opportunity, enlightened civic engagement and the improvement of the quality of life for all Californians. PBI, a presidentially chartered institute at Cal State LA, is a non-partisan public policy center convening public forums, engaging diverse communities, and conducting research and community-driven initiatives. More at: calstatela.patbrowninstitute.org


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TUESDAY, AUGUST 31

A CONVERSATION WITH YOUR ECST REPS 3PM • ZOOM ID: 873 764 0874

Hey ECST students! Join us for a zoom town hall and meet your ASI ECST representatives. Let's have an open conversation and have the opportunity to voice your opinions about the ECST college.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3

MEET THE HHS REPS

5PM • ZOOM ID: 843 4182 6898

Welcome Golden Eagles! Come meet your HHS Reps. You'll be able to meet us, express any concerns, and get a feel of what we are advocating for. We'll show you all the ways we are here for the students of HHS and what are plans will look like for this semester!

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3

MEET THE CLUBS

3PM • ZOOM ID: 932 773 9723

"Hello College of Business and Economics Students, Your ASI representatives will be hosting a Meet the Clubs Mixer. Come by and learn about what the Hispanic Business Society, the Accounting Society, and more have to offer. Those in attendance have the opportunity to win two $20 DoorDash gift cards."

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

NSS MEET AND GREET

4PM • ZOOM ID: 810 9709 0523

Are you part of or considering a major under the NSS College? Want to meet your representatives, faculty, and administration to learn about their plans and goals for this year? If so, please join us for a meet and greet. Attendees are eligible to enter a raffle for Cal State LA bookstore gift cards.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

ARTS AND LETTERS MEET AND GREET, RESOURCES EDITION

1PM • ZOOM ID: 816 3661 6024

"A collaborative event put on by your student reps and resources all over campus to make you feel excited to be a part of the Golden Eagle community! Students from all over the Arts and Letters College are coming together virtually to mingle and find out about what resources are available to them!"

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

CCOE TOWN HALL

1PM • ZOOM ID: 863 1221 4532

Interested in meeting fellow CCOE administrators and students? If so, come join us for a Town Hall on Friday, September 17 at 1:00 p.m.! You will have an opportunity to ask questions and have a dialogue with our administrators. We will also give giving away four $25 gift cards, so see you all there!


National Voter

Registration Day TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 Volunteers, organizations, ar tists, and activists all over the countr y will “hit the streets” for NVRD. This year, Cal State LA students will join the NVRD effor ts by hosting an experience that will register hundreds to vote and introduce even more to civic engagement and political par ticipation. Come learn about out voter mobilization effor ts and the impact that college students can have on upcoming elections. Attend this event and register to vote, update your address, or find your designated polling location. More at: w w w.asicalstatela.org/rock thevote


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021

COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVE MEET AND GREET

3PM • ZOOM ID: 932 773 9723

"Hello College of Business and Economics Students, Come and meet your college representatives. You will be able to learn more about us and directly voice your concerns to us. Those in attendance will have the opportunity to win 2 DoorDash Gift cards."

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2021

CLUB FAIR

4PM • ZOOM ID: 832 6570 4976

Do you want to be more involved on campus? Are you excited to learn more about clubs and organizations? If so, join us to hear more about these opportunities and how to join. Cal State LA attendees are eligible for Cal State LA bookstore gift cards!

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2021

WALK THE WALK 1PM • ZOOM ID: 838 3479 7241

Want to learn about privilege? Discussing privilege is not always easy, but it is possible! Join community members to have a down-to-earth conversation about privilege & engage in a virtual privilege walk.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2021

ZOOM-TASTIC TALENT SHOW 1PM • ZOOM ID: 889 3637 9722

Want to learn about privilege? Discussing privilege is not always easy, but it is possible! Join community members to have a down-to-earth conversation about privilege & engage in a virtual privilege walk.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2021

"WHOSE SCHOOLS? OUR SCHOOLS!": ORGANIZING FOR ETHNIC STUDIES IN OUR SCHOOLS 2PM • ZOOM ID: 885 0941 5546

Interested in learning about utilizing and supporting ethnic studies in schools? Come join us on Friday, October 1, at 2:00 PM for a virtual seminar hosted by Dr. Miguel Zavala! Cal State LA attendees will have the opportunity to be entered in a raffle for one of three $50 gift cards.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2021

ECST CLUB FAIR

3PM • ZOOM ID: 465 467 1139

Looking to join a club and get involved? Come learn about the different types of clubs and organizations offered in the college at the ECST Club Fair. Students can also get a chance to win a 25$ gift card.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2021

MI VIDA SU VIDA

1PM • ZOOM ID: 890 6008 2894

Mi Vida Su Vida is one of IIYCLA’s programs that focuses on total health and wellness of body, mind and spirit. Topics discussed include Physics of the Soul, Substance abuse, codependency, dependency, our relationship to food/water, dynamic systems theory, epigenetics, historical/generation trauma.


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2021

CCOE ADVISEMENT FAIR

1PM • ZOOM ID: 831 4145 0929

Have any questions related to your academic progress? Come meet our advisors during our CCOE Advisement Fair on Friday, October 15, at 1:00 PM! We will be raffling away four $25 Amazon gift cards, so we are looking forward to seeing you all there!

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2021

MAJOR EXPLORATION

3PM • ZOOM ID: 932 773 9723

"Hello College of Business and Economics Students, Come join us for a Major Exploration event where professors will speak about their lives and careers so that you can get a better idea of what you can do with your major and what major might interest you. Students may win 2 $20 DoorDash gift cards."

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2021

HHS CAREER GROWTH FAIR

6PM • ZOOM ID: 816 287 05408

All students are welcome to come to the HHS Career Growth Fair, where they can open their eyes to career paths within their majors. Students are able to network with fellow students, alumni, and faculty. Students are able to get insight into what HHS students can truly accomplish.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2021

WRITING FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE CONTEST With the fight for social justice continuing, we would like to hear your thoughts. To participate in the contest, please write an essay about a social issue of your selection and your thoughts on how to move towards justice. Five selected winners will each receive a $100 Amazon gift card.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2021

CCOE GAME NIGHT

1PM • ZOOM ID: 895 7418 6611

Come join us for a de-stress Game Night before the holidays! We will be playing four rounds of trivia on Friday, November 19, at 1:00 p.m. Four winners will each receive a $50 Amazon gift card, so we are looking forward to seeing you all there!

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2021

WOMXN IN STEM 3PM • ZOOM ID: 465 467 1139

A discussion where students can ask questions to womxn who have a profession in the STEM field. We will discuss the hardships but also the ways in which these womxn are now thriving in their career.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2021

"THE ABC'S OF NAVIGATING ACADEMIC SUCCESS" BY DR. FRANCES SIU 1PM • ZOOM ID: 884 4247 7525

Join us to learn about ways that will help you succeed in your academic journey. This is an opportunity to dialogue with Dr. Frances Siu and learn about academic success. We will also be giving away three $50 Amazon gift cards!


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WELCOME HOME: WEEK ONE MONDAY, AUGUST 23

INFORMATION BOOTH

UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE SOUTH 10AM – 2 PM

You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers! Stop by the Info Booth for directions or any general info about the campus! Grab a Cal State LA face covering to use inside and learn more about the Welcome Home events for the fall semester.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 24

INFORMATION BOOTH

GREENLEC PLAZA (NEAR SALAZAR HALL) 10AM - 2 PM

You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers! Stop by the Info Booth for directions or any general info about the campus! Grab a Cal State LA face covering to use inside and learn more about the Welcome Home events for the fall semester.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25

INFORMATION BOOTH

GREENLEC PLAZA (NEAR SALAZAR HALL) 10AM - 2 PM

You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers! Stop by the Info Booth for directions or any general info about the campus! Grab a Cal State LA face covering to use inside and learn more about the Welcome Home events for the fall semester.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 26

INFORMATION BOOTH

UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE SOUTH 10AM – 2 PM

You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers! Stop by the Info Booth for directions or any general info about the campus! Grab a Cal State LA face covering to use inside and learn more about the Welcome Home events for the fall semester.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 26

ALTAMED VACCINATION CLINIC

MAIN CAMPUS WALKWAY (NEAR BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES) 10 AM-3 PM

Cal State LA and AltaMed are hosting a series of free COVID-19 vaccination clinics on campus. The pop-up clinics are open to Cal State LA students, faculty and staff. Although you are not required to make an appointment, we encourage you to select your preferred time on the MyTurn website. For more information on the pop-up vaccination clinics, please visit We Are Health LA.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 26

BLACK COMMUNITY WELCOME – ACADEMIC INFO SESSION

11AM - 1PM • ZOOM INFO: HTTPS://LINKTR.EE/EDDIETHEGOLDENEAGLE

Join other new incoming Black students as we share about academic resources to help you be successful this semester!


THURSDAY, AUGUST 26

VIRTUAL “HOUSE PARTIES” ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 1PM - 2PM • ZOOM: LINK COMING SOON! ASSOCIATED STUDENTS, INC. (ASI) 1:30PM - 2PM • ZOOM ID: 850 6199 7673 DREAMERS RESOURCE CENTER 3PM - 4PM • ZOOM ID: LINK COMING SOON! CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER 5PM - 5:30PM • ZOOM ID: LINK COMING SOON!

Join the crew from various campus departments to learn more about their programs and services, and win prizes just for participating!

THURSDAY AUGUST 26

PARENT ACADEMY: YEAR 1 SESSION 1 (SPANISH)

7PM - 9PM • ZOOM INFO: HTTPS://LINKTR.EE/EDDIETHEGOLDENEAGLE

New Student and Family Engagement is proud to offer activities, programs, and services geared towards your parents and family support members. Our goal is to empower family support members to make a positive impact on your academic and overall success by being a great resource for you!

FRIDAY, AUGUST 27

VIRTUAL “HOUSE PARTIES” ARTS & LETTERS ADVISEMENT CENTER 11AM - 12PM • ZOOM ID: 829 7499 3701

Join the crew from various campus departments to learn more about their programs and services, and win prizes just for participating!

FRIDAY, AUGUST 27

BLACK COMMUNITY WELCOME STUDENT INVOLVEMENT INFO SESSION

11AM - 1PM • ZOOM INFO: HTTPS://LINKTR.EE/EDDIETHEGOLDENEAGLE Join other new incoming Black students as we share about getting involved on campus and other resources to help you be successful this semester!

WELCOME HOME: WEEK TWO MONDAY, AUGUST 30

ALTAMED VACCINATION CLINIC

MAIN CAMPUS WALKWAY (NEAR BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES) 10AM - 3PM

Cal State LA and AltaMed are hosting a series of free COVID-19 vaccination clinics on campus. The pop-up clinics are open to Cal State LA students, faculty and staff. Although you are not required to make an appointment, we encourage you to select your preferred time on the MyTurn website. For more information on the pop-up vaccination clinics, please visit We Are Health LA.


MONDAY, AUGUST 30

VIRTUAL “HOUSE PARTIES” ASSOCIATED STUDENTS, INC. (ASI) 1:30 - 2PM • ZOOM ID: 850 6199 7673

Join the crew from various campus departments to learn more about their programs and services, and win prizes just for participating!

TUESDAY, AUGUST 31

GOLDEN EAGLES FOREVER SPIRIT STREET TEAM

MAIN CAMPUS WALKWAY

The Golden Eagles Forever Spirit Street Team will be showing up to random locations across campus! When you see them, it’s your chance to win some free Cal State LA spirit gear so you can show off your campus pride!

TUESDAY, AUGUST 31

VIRTUAL “HOUSE PARTIES” CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER 1:30PM - 2PM • ZOOM: LINK COMING SOON!

DREAMERS RESOURCE CENTER 3PM - 4PM • ZOOM: LINK COMING SOON!

Join the crew from various campus departments to learn more about their programs and services, and win prizes just for participating!

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

GOLDEN EAGLES FOREVER SPIRIT STREET TEAM

MAIN CAMPUS WALKWAY

The Golden Eagles Forever Spirit Street Team will be showing up to random locations across campus! When you see them, it’s your chance to win some free Cal State LA spirit gear so you can show off your campus pride!

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

VIRTUAL “HOUSE PARTIES” THE NETWORK: MEN’S SUCCESS INITIATIVE 1-1:30 PM • ZOOM ID: LINK COMING SOON! OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF STUDENTS 3PM - 4PM – ZOOM: LINK COMING SOON!

Join the crew from various campus departments to learn more about their programs and services, and win prizes just for participating!

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

CCC PRESENTS: DIGITAL GET DOWN OPEN HOUSE

1PM - 2:30PM • ZOOM INFO: HTTPS://LINKTR.EE/CCCATCALSTATELA Join the CCC staff to learn about the space, the programs and ways to get connected! Visit the CCC Instagram linktree for zoom information.


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

CITY OF ORGS – VIRTUAL EDITION

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 4PM • ZOOM INFO: HTTPS://LINKTR.EE/CSICALSTATELA

City of Orgs is back! Join us on our virtual space to meet various student organizations! Learn about each organization by visiting their zoom rooms! Find out if they’re the right fit for you and build connections throughout campus! Register via Link Tree and Instagram @CSICalStateLA. Community Building & Celebration

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2

VIRTUAL “HOUSE PARTIES” ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 1PM - 2PM • ZOOM: LINK COMING SOON!

Join the crew from various campus departments to learn more about their programs and services, and win prizes just for participating!

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2

PARENT ACADEMY: YEAR 1 SESSION 1 (ENGLISH)

7PM – 9PM • ZOOM INFO: HTTPS://LINKTR.EE/EDDIETHEGOLDENEAGLE

New Student and Family Engagement is proud to offer activities, programs, and services geared towards your parents and family support members. Our goal is to empower family support members to make a positive impact on your academic and overall success by being a great resource for you!

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

VIRTUAL “HOUSE PARTIES” ASSOCIATED STUDENTS, INC. (ASI) 1:30PM - 2PM • ZOOM ID: 850 6199 7673

Join the crew from various campus departments to learn more about their programs and services, and win prizes just for participating!

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20

VIRTUAL “HOUSE PARTIES” ASSOCIATED STUDENTS, INC. (ASI) 11:30AM – 12PM • ZOOM ID: 850 6199 7673

Join the crew from various campus departments to learn more about their programs and services, and win prizes just for participating!

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7

VIRTUAL “HOUSE PARTIES” ASSOCIATED STUDENTS, INC. (ASI) 11:30AM – 12PM • ZOOM ID: 850 6199 7673

Join the crew from various campus departments to learn more about their programs and services, and win prizes just for participating!


We encourage any interested student to purse candidacy for the elected student positions on the ASI Board of Directors and Cal State LA Academic Senate by filing the Candidate Election application by the required deadline. Interested in being more involved on campus? Looking to make a difference? Running for office might be the perfect opportunity. As a part of student government, you’ll have the opportunity to network, gain leadership experience, and be the voice for students campus-wide. Attend one of these informational workshops to find out what it means to advocate for students and be a part of change on campus. More information is available at:

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ASI BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETINGS 3:15PM

ZOOM ID: 897 4531 1578

The Board of Directors (BOD) is the main governing body of ASI and acts as : learning laboratory for student leadership. The BOD determines ASI's annual budget and leads initiatives to improve student life and academic success.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETINGS 4:30PM

ZOOM ID: 841 7653 0812

The Executive Committee coordinates the information, programs, and projects to be considered by the ASI Board of Directors.

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE MEETINGS 3:15PM

ZOOM ID: 868 9138 8949 The Personnel Committee makes recommendations to the BOD regarding hiring staff, establishing policies regarding employee benefits, responsibilities and compensation.

SHARED GOVERNANCE COUNCIL MEETINGS 3:14PM

ZOOM ID: 820 7691 3664

The Shared Governance Council (SGC) reviews, researches, and makes recommendations on academic and administrative policy affecting students. The SGC provides student input on university matters in standing committees and in the Academic Senate.


STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE MEETINGS 4:45PM

ZOOM ID: 876 9083 1660

The Strategic Planning Committee assists the Board of Directors in recommending and directing, for their approval, the ASI Board of Directors vision for Cal State LA's student body and university community.

FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETINGS 12:00PM

ZOOM ID: 852 0899 3297 The Finance Committee takes care of ASI's budget and allocation of funds for clubs, organizations, and campus programs and initiatives. The committee also prepares ASI's annual budget and makes recommendations on appropriate investments.


CABINET OF ACADEMIC SENATORS MEETINGS 1:45PM

ZOOM ID: 876 2703 3277

The Cabinet of Senators (CAS) coordinates, plans, and is responsible for the actions of the academic governance unit of ASI. The CAS meets with the Academic Senate (governed by faculty) to actively engage in the process of shared governance of the university.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS & ADVOCACY COMMITTEE MEETINGS 3:15PM

ZOOM ID: 873 2042 0837 The Legislative Affairs and Advocacy Committee reviews, researches, and make recommendations on legislation being considered in the California State Legislature and United States Congress. This committee coordinates all of ASI's Lobby Corps efforts and initiatives.

CABINET OF COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES MEETINGS 3:15PM

ZOOM ID: 886 3327 6963 The Cabinet of College Representatives supports college representatives by opening lines of communication and collaboration between Cal State LA's six colleges and various disciplines. Under the direct supervision of the ASI President, college representatives work together tr ensure collaboration on student needs and concerns on campus.

CABINET OF COMMISSIONERS MEETINGS 10:00AM

ZOOM ID: 827 7409 2669 The Cabinet of Commissioners consists of Spirit, Environmental Affairs, Election, Housing, and Military Connected student representative. The cabinet coordinates ASI elections, advocacy and outreach, public relations, spirit and pride initiatives, housing support initiatives, and a number of social and educational programming for the Cal State LA community.


ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY COMMITTEE 12:00PM

ZOOM ID: 895 9075 5241

The Environmental Policy Committee works to educate students and faculty on environmental sustainability and environmental justice. In collaboration with Cal State LA administrators, this committee formulates and encourages the adoption of policies that will make ASI and Cal State LA more environmentally sustainable.

FUNDING SUB-COMMITTEE MEETINGS 12:00PM

ZOOM ID: 846 4544 9177 The Funding Sub-Committee reviews and takes action on funding proposals submitted by the various clubs and organizations on campus. All actions will be reported to the Finance and Board of Directors.

DISCLAIMER: Due to circumstances beyond our control, dates, times, locations and program content are subject to change

and/or cancel. For our most updated information, please visit our website at www.calstatela.edu/ASI

There may be a University or ASI photographer present at our events. By attending you give us permission to use any general crowd photos you appear in on our website or for marketing purposes. For assistance on Accomodating a disability, please call: 323.343.5110.


Get involved Every student has something to offer! What are you passionate about? Join ASI and discover how you can improve your campus community and college experience. ASI protects the rights of students and provides a means for their input into campus governance. We are the official voice of Cal State LA students and offer opportunities to gain experience in responsible political participation and community leadership.

COMMITTEE MEMBER BENEFITS • Resume & Portfolio Building • Leadership Development

• $25 Incentive per Committee Meeting • Influence important decisions on campus!

H OW TO A P P LY If you are passionate about student advocacy and empowerment, consider joining ASI as a representative or committee member. Application information is available at:

a sic a lst atela . o rg/g et- involve d Questions? Visit the ASI administrative office room 203 • 2nd floor, U-SU


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