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Donald p. and katherine b. Loker student union 2012 - 2013 annual report


ANNUAL REPORT 2012-2013 LOKER STUDENT UNION INC.

introduction 1

vision and mission statement

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message from the board chair

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message from the director

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organizational chart

events and marketing 7-8

programs

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social media

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reservations

facilities 13-14

what’s new

staff 15-16

student employment

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professional staff highlights

finances 19

statement of net position

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statement of revenues, expenses & changes in net position


mission statement The Donald P. and Katherine B. Loker Student Union (LSU) provides an environment which is designed to encourage interaction among the campus' constituent groups (internal and external), enhance the sense of campus community, and expand the avenues through which the university educates students. Through its many activities and services, the Loker Student Union provides cultural, social and recreational programming that supports the educational mission of the University, encouraging the development of citizenship, leadership, and social responsibility for success in a dynamic and pluralistic society.

vision statement The Loker Student Union is the heart of the campus community offering programs and services which foster interactions across students, faculty, staff and administrators; ultimately creating heartfelt connections and a sense of belonging.

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message from the board chair I would like to start off by saying that while serving on the Board of Directors for the 2012-2013 academic year, my experience was nothing short of wonderful and enriching. The Board started the year with the celebration of the LSU 20th year anniversary. The Board established expectations and a vision for the Union in more ways than one this year. The Board addressed many needs of the students through strategic programming and services. A great deal of business was conducted such as revising the bylaws to comply with new CSU executive orders, a fiscal audit was conducted, and decisions were made regarding changes to the facility to best support the needs of students. The Board of Directors was faced with many tough decisions throughout the year. However, one particular discussion not only involved the Board members but many students as well. The Board developed a space programming proposal to find a way to support creation of a meditation room, television lounge, and relocation of campus radio station KDHR. While facility planning and design is still an ongoing process, much progress has been made in the best interest of all students. The Board of Directors also worked on revisions to the LSU Student Assistant Employee Handbook, which now includes an Anti-Bullying Policy. Lastly, I would like to share my personal thoughts from serving as the Chair on the Board of Directors. Serving as Chair has broadened my perspective of student life and the services that the LSU offers to students. The experience helped me grow as a leader; I grew to take on my position with confidence and certainty. My entire experience with the Board has been nothing less than great. I had the opportunity to work with awesome faculty and staff, and to build friendships with other student leaders. Serving on the Board has made me more appreciative of the hard work that goes into the daily operations of the LSU and all the behind-the-scenes work as well. Last but not least, I have developed great leadership skills that I will be able to use in my future endeavors.

Gina Delahoussaye Chair, Board of Directors Class of 2012

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message from the director Welcome to the inaugural re-issue of the Donald P. and Katherine B. Loker Student Union annual report celebrating a significant milestone – our 20th year anniversary! Throughout the year, the LSU celebrated the anniversary by carrying out large-scale events, historical displays, introducing new services, and by establishing a new vision statement. This annual report is dedicated to highlighting these achievements. In support of the new vision, the LSU Board of Directors (BOD) and staff worked to reconnect with students in meaningful ways. A notable result of BOD efforts has been the addition of open forum at board meetings, which students have responded to by participating and expressing their needs. Staff introduced new services and will continue to add what students seek to help bring the facility to life through aesthetic and programmatic enhancements. Among the successes of the year, came an event for which the LSU reached the highest attendance to date. The LSU programming board – Toro Productions – spearheaded a collaborative programming effort to sponsor a lecture by Dr. Cornel West. The event was attended by students, faculty, staff and alumni. The ballroom’s 800 seat capacity was reached and overflow crowds listened to the lecture broadcasted throughout the lounges on all three floors of the building. It is my sincere hope that you enjoy reading the report and that you rediscover the bounty of programs and services available at the LSU.

cecilia ortiz Director, Loker Student Union

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loker loker student student union, union, Inc.Inc. Organizational Organizational chart chart - 2012 - 2012 - 2013 2013

Arnecia Bryant Arnecia Bryant Associate Director Associate Director

Dr. Sonja Daniels Dr. Sonja Daniels AVP/Dean of Students AVP/Dean of Students EMSA EMSA

Cecilia Ce DirecD

JaimeJaime Leal Leal Assistant Assistant Director Director Vacant Vacant Facilities Assistant Facilities Assistant

JohnJohn Stigar Stigar Facilities Engineer Facilities Engineer

Linda Brown Linda Brown Office Manager Office Manager Maintenance Maintenance Assistant Assistant SAE SAE

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Building Managers Building Managers SAE SAE

Damesha McKnight Damesha McKnight Reservations Assistant Reservations Assistant

Custodial Day Day Porters Custodial Porters SAE SAE

Games Room Clerks Games Room Clerks SAE SAE

I.T. I.T. SAE SAE

Setup TeamTeam Setup SAE SAE

Reservation Clerks Reservation Cle SAE SAE


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Board Board of of Directors Directors

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Carole Desgroppes Carole Desgroppes Manager, Programs, Manager, Programs, Assessment Assessment and and Marketing Marketing

Lindsay San Miguel Lindsay San Miguel Program Coordinator Program Coordinator

Margo Glascow Margo Glascow Support Services Support Services Coordinator Coordinator

Activities Assistants Activities Assistants SAE SAE

Receptionists Receptionists SAE SAE

Training Assistant Training Assistant (Graduate Student) (Graduate Student)

Designers Designers SAE SAE

Information Information DeskDesk Attendants Attendants SAE SAE

1.0 1.0 Full-time Full-time Professional Professional .75 .75 Part-Time Part-Time Professional Professional SAE SAE Student Student Assistant Assistant Employees Employees

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EVENTS EVENTSAND ANDMARKETING MARKETING


programs 126

20,119

2012-2013 total toro productions events

2012-2013 total attendees

breakdown of events Films and Lecture

On the Road

Co-sponsorships

Music and Culture

Novelty and Variety

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spring 20137 6

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celebration

the lsu hosted a 20th anniversary on September 12, 2012. it was a fun-filled day of events, activities, entertainment, social media bingo, food and giveaways, enjoyed by CSUDH students and staff. Before finals week, Toro Productions provided students with various stress relief activities (massages, games, free play in the game room, and crafts, as well as quiet study spaces and refreshments. Students enjoyed having a study space and the stress relief’s activities. Toro Productions hosted six off-campus trips (Big Bear, Sea World, Museum of Tolerance, Dodgers Game, Queen Mary Dark Harbor, and Cleopatra Exhibit) to provide a different and unique experience to students. Toro Productions also hosted a variety of events throughout the year such as comedy nights, noontime concerts, crafts, student art exhibits, Latin dance and tailgates. Toro Productions hosted seven open mic nights; each featuring professional poets. Students enjoyed the opportunity to interact with the poets. The CSUDH Poetry Slam Team was coached by LSU Program Coordinator Lindsay San Miguel and won the Association of College Unions International (ACUI) Regional Recreational Weekend - Poetry Slam Competition in November. The team attended the ACUI National College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational competition in New York in April and placed 23rd out of 59 teams. In light of the 2012 elections, Toro Productions collaborated with student life departments to invite Dr. Cornel West to speak about the importance of civic engagement and how powerful that role can be. This was one of the biggest lectures on campus with 800 attendees. In honor of AIDS Day, Toro Productions hosted a one woman play “Getting Unstuck” by Concious. The play covered topics such as surviving child abuse, drug abuse, being homeless, contracting HIV, and true perseverance.

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engaging engaging with with students students online online The LSU The LSU is developing is developing its presence its presence in social in social media media to meet to meet students students where where theythey are. Facebook are. Facebook and Twitter and Twitter helphelp us collect us collect information information aboutabout student’s student’s needs needs and interests. and interests. We see Wethe seevalue the value in our inaudience our audience interaction interaction and in and the inimmediacy the immediacy of accessing of accessing information. information. We utilize We utilize social social media media as anasavenue an avenue to create to create interactive interactive activities activities withwith students. students. We launched We launched online online focusfocus groups groups to learn to learn moremore aboutabout students’ student’s opinions opinions and to andgather to gather feedback feedback regarding regarding programs programs and events and events held held on campus. on campus. By participating By participating in focus in focus groups, groups, students students werewere entered entered into into a $25a gift $25card gift card opportunity opportunity drawing. drawing. We also We also implemented implemented two two socialsocial media media bingobingo games games as part as part of the of 20th the 20th anniversary anniversary celebrations. celebrations. Students Students completed completed a bingo a bingo card card by taking by taking photos photos of specific of specific services services in theinStudent the Student Union Union and entered and entered an opportunity an opportunity

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drawing drawing for an foriPad an I-pad Mini,Mini, iPod Nano Ipod Nano and a and $75 aUniversity $75 bookstore Bookstore giftcard. gift card.


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facebook facebook

september september 3rd, 2012 3, 2012

426 LIKES 426 LIKES

NOVEMBER NOVEMBER 14TH, 2012 14, 2012

466 LIKES 466 LIKES

TH , 2012 JUNE 12JUNE 12, 2012

570 LIKES 570 LIKES

64.5%64.5% female female 35.5%35.5% malemale

twitter twitter

instagram instagram

168 168followers followers

7777 followers followers

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reservations reservations

2,698 2,698 number of events number of events heldheld in in lsu 2012-2013 the the lsu 2012-2013

2,580 2,580

campus departments, student campus departments, student & organizations sponsored events clubclub & organizations sponsored events

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off campus community sponsored events off-campus community sponsored events

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Celebrations Celebrations

typesofofevents events types

• Staff • Staff Service Service Award/Staff Awards/Staff Awards Awards of Excellence of Excellence • President’s • President’s Student Student Leadership Leadership & Service & Service Awards Awards • The• College The College of Business of Business Administration Administration & & Public Public Policy Policy Luncheon Luncheon

CONFERENCES CONFERENCES

• The• Boys The Boys & Girls & Girls ClubClub Carson Carson Kidfest Kidfest

• 3rd Annual • 3rd Annual Mental Mental HealthHealth Conference Conference

campus campuswide/ wide/ university university special special events events

• Stem • STEM Education Education Conference Conference • Latino • Latino Student Student Business Business Association Association • Circle • Circle of Change of Change Leadership Leadership Conference Conference

Graduations Graduations • Lavendar • Lavender Graduation Graduation

• Career • Career Center Center Job Fair Job Fair • Presidential • Presidential Scholarship Scholarship Competition Competition • Labor, • Labor, Justice Justice and Environmental and Environmental Fair Fair • Male • Male Success Success Alliance Alliance Spring Spring Summit Summit

• Veteran • Veterans Graduation Graduation • Asian • Asian Pacific andIslander Pacific Islander Graduation Graduation • MEPN • MEPN Pinning Pinning Ceremony Ceremony

event attendees event attendees

• USL • USL Culmination Culmination • MSW • MSW Program Program Graduation Graduation • Juniorversity • Juniorversity Graduation Graduation

Symposiums Symposiums

10,974 10,974 - 7% - 7% 24,673 24,673 - 16 %- 16 %

• Student • Student Research Research Day Day Symposium Symposium • Student • Student Success Success Symposium Symposium

• Black • Black & Asian & Asian Cultural Cultural Intersection Intersection Symposium Symposium

On-Campus/ On Campus/ Campus Departments Campus Departments Off-Campus Off Campus Community Community

• International • International Symposium Symposium of Hispanic of Hispanic Literature Literature • 7th•Annual 7th Annual Martin Martin Luther Luther KingKing, Jr. Symposium Jr. Symposium

Student Clubs Student Clubs & Organizations & Organizations

118,203 118,203 - 77 %- 77 %

Attendees: TotalTotal Attendees: 153,850 153,850

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facilities

As the Loker Student Union continues to expand, projects completed during 2012-2013 responded to student needs, accessibility, sustainability and overall service to internal and external customers.


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SUSTAINABILITY SUSTAINABILITY The The automatic automatic flushers flushers werewere installed installed in all in all restrooms restrooms to continue to continue to meet to meet LSU LSU sustainability sustainability efforts. efforts.

Accessibility Accessibility Automatic Automatic doors doors for restrooms for restrooms werewere added added to to ensure ensure that American that ADADissability standards Actare standards met. The are met. automatic The automatic doors enhance doors enhance the quality the qualof daily ity oflife daily for life the for members the members of the campus of the campus community. community.

LSULSU Improvements Improvements Cell Cell phone phone and and tablettablet charging charging stations stations werewere installed installed at two at locations two locations to provide to provide a convenient a convenient and much-needed and much needed service service for students. for students.

safety safety andand emergency emergency The The LSU LSU averages averages a daily a daily guestguest count count of of approximately approximately 2,000 2,000 people. people. Three Three defibrillators defibrillators (AED) (AED) werewere installed installed in the in facility, the facility, on each on each of of the three the 3 levels levels to to be beable abletotorespond respondto to an an emeremergency gency situation. situation.


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average average number number of people of people counted counted in in the the loker loker student student union union 2012-2013 2012-2013 Academic Academic yearyear

2500 2500 2000 2000 1500 1500 1000 1000 500500 Au Se August Septe gust pt mb O em er c b O tob er N ct e o o r N vembe o r D vembe e r D cem be ec b r e e Ja mb r n e Ja ua r r Fe nua y r Februa y br ry M uar a y M rch ar c Ap h April Mril a M y ay

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Union provides an employment program “ The Loker Student for its students. It’s not just a job… it’s an experience! ” The LSU understands the importance of teaching Student Assistant Employees (SAE) various skills sought by employers. The goal is to help SAE develop professionally and personally, so while working at the LSU, they can gain skill sets that will make them competitive in the job market. A day-long training is held before the fall and the spring semesters to help SAE reconnect with one another, re-energize for the semester and to become familiar with what’s new in the LSU. SAE also attend monthly in-service trainings that focus on skills to help them succeed. This year’s theme for all trainings was Emotional Intelligence and it was well received by our SAE. Learning outcomes for 2012-2013 were: • Student Assistant Employees will develop a set of transferable skills valued by employers (communication, analytical, teamwork, strong work ethic, technical). • Student Assistant Employees will develop self-awareness and personal identity using Emotional Intelligence (develop personal values for ethical leadership; identify core leadership skills and strengths; plan how to act as a change agent; problem solving and decision making; and strategies to resolve conflicts).

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Professional Staff Highlights Professional Staff Highlights awards awards Carole Desgroppes, Manager, Programs, Marketing and Assessment, received the ACUI RevisRevis A. Cox Carole Desgroppes, Manager, Programs, Marketing and Assessment received the ACUI A. Cox Memorial Award at theatACUI Annual Conference in St. in Louis. The award was created as a tribute to to Memorial Award the ACUI Annual Conference St. Louis. The award was created as a tribute RevisRevis Cox to honor contributions, commitment, creativity, and support of multicultural education. Cox to honor contributions, commitment, creativity, and support of multicultural education.

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Socheata Chin,Chin, Toro Toro Productions Chair,Chair received the the ACUI I-LEAD Scholarship, a weeklong Socheata Productions received ACUI I-LEAD Scholarship, a week long leadership development conference for students. leadership development conference for students.


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celebrating years of service milestones celebrating years of service milestones The LSU this pastthis yearpast for their The staff LSUrecognized staff recognized year dedifor their cateddedicated years of service to the Loker Student Union. years of service to the Loker Student Union. •Arnecia Bryant (left)-(left) 10 years. •Arnecia Bryant - 10 years. •Linda Brown (right)(right) - 25 years. •Linda Brown - 25 years.

professional associations professional associations CaroleCarole Desgroppes, Manager, Programs, Marketing and Assessment served as theasDiversity and and Desgroppes, Manager, Programs, Marketing and Assessment, served the Diversity Inclusivity Coordinator for the of College Unions International (ACUI) Regional Inclusivity Coordinator for Association the Association of College Unions International (ACUI) Regional Leadership TeamTeam (R15) (RLT) and continued to be toactive with with the ACUI Community of Practice for for Leadership and continued be active the ACUI Community of Practice Multiethnic Professionals and Allies by planning a meeting and dinner at theat ACUI Annual Multiethnic Professionals and Allies by planning a meeting and dinner the ACUI Annual Conference in St Louis. Conference in St Louis.

professional associations professional associations Lindsay San Miguel, Program Coordinator servedserved on the committee as a facilitator. Lindsay San Miguel, Program Coordinator, onSafe the Space Safe Space committee as a facilitator. S A F E S PA C E Lindsay was one of the initial committee members that developed and implemented the Safe S A F E S PA C E Lindsay was one of the initial committee members who developed and implemented the Space Safe Space CSUDH

CSUDH

Program on campus. The Safe program seeksseeks to promote awareness of and for the Program on campus. The Space Safe Space program to promote awareness of respect and respect for the diverse LGBT culture on the Dominguez Hills campus. diverse LGBT culture on the Dominguez Hills campus. Cecilia OrtizOrtiz, presented “Motivating Team” Your workshop the Passport to Leadership in Cecilia Director, presented Your “Motivating Team” for workshop for the Passport to Leadership October 2012. 2012. in October Lindsay San Miguel presented “Program and Event Planning” and “StrenthsQuest” workshops for the Lindsay San Miguel presented “Program and Event Planning” and “StrenthsQuest” workshops for the Passport to Leadership in September and October 2012. Passport to Leadership in September and October 2012.

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statement statement of net of net position position (audited) (audited) assets assets current current assets assets CashCash and cash and cash equivalents equivalents Short-term Short-term investments investments Accounts Accounts receivable receivable Prepaid Prepaid expenses expenses and other and other assets assets TotalTotal current current assets assets

20132013 398,849 398,849

20122012

Change Change

(362,923) 761,772 761,772 (362,923)

1,505,230 1,505,230

921,340 921,340

583,890 583,890

6,2616,261 - -

59,382 59,382

(53,121) (53,121)

3,4443,444

(3,444) (3,444)

(164,402) 1,745,938 (164,402) 1,910,340 1,910,340 1,745,938

property property and and equipment equipment 100,335 100,335

65,200 65,200

35,135 35,135

2,010,675 2,010,675

1,811,138 1,811,138

199,537 199,537

108,593 108,593

58,561 58,561

50,032 50,032

4,662 4,662

4,9774,977

(315)(315)

37,474 37,474

37,066 37,066

408 408

5,3495,349

9,8659,865

(4,516) (4,516)

156,077 156,077

110,469 110,469

45,608 45,608

276,068 276,068

303,382 303,382

(27,314) (27,314)

276,068 276,068

303,382 303,382

(27,314) (27,314)

432,145 432,145

413,851 413,851

18,294 18,294

100,335 100,335

65,200 65,200

35,135 35,135

1,332,087 1,478,195 1,478,195 1,332,087

146,108 146,108

TotalTotal net assets net assets

1,397,287 1,578,530 1,578,530 1,397,287

181,243 181,243

TotalTotal liabilities liabilities and net andassets net assets

2,010,675 2,010,675

1,811,138 1,811,138

199,537 199,537

Net property, Net property, plant, plant, and equipment and equipment TotalTotal assets assets

liabilities liabilities andand netnet assets assets current current liabilities liabilities Accounts Accounts payable payable Accrued Accrued salaries salaries and benefits and benefits payable payable Accrued Accrued compensated compensated absences absences Unearned Unearned revenue revenue TotalTotal current current liabilities liabilities

noncurrent noncurrent liabilities liabilities Postemployment Postemployment benefits benefits otherother thanthan pensions pensions TotalTotal noncurrent noncurrent liabilities liabilities TotalTotal liabilities liabilities

net net assets assets Net investment Net investment in capital in capital assets assets Unrestricted Unrestricted


STATEMENTS STATEMENTS OF REVENUES, OF REVENUES, EXPENSES, EXPENSES, ANDAND CHANGES CHANGES IN NET IN NET POSITION POSITION

revenues revenues operating operating revenues revenues Student Student fees fees SalesSales and service and service of auxiliary of auxiliary enterprises enterprises Other Other operating operating revenues revenues TotalTotal operating operating revenues revenues

20132013

20122012

Change Change

2,200,00 2,200,00 1,950,000 1,950,000

250,00 250,00

230,382 230,382

255,494 255,494

(25,112) (25,112)

8,890 8,890

6,9516,951

1,9391,939

2,439,272 2,439,272 2,212,445 2,212,445

226,827 226,827

104,164 104,164

72,412 72,412

1,844,895 2,059,051 2,059,051 1,844,895

214,156 214,156

17,409 17,409

8,883 8,883

1,966,468 2,261,919 2,261,919 1,966,468

295,451 295,451

177,353 177,353

245,977 245,977

(68,624) (68,624)

3,890 3,890

4,005 4,005

(115)(115)

181,243 181,243

249,982 249,982

(68,739) (68,739)

1,397,287 1,397,287

1,147,305 1,147,305

249,982 249,982

1,397,287 1,578,530 1,578,530 1,397,287

181,243 181,243

expenses expenses operating operating expenses expenses Student Student services services Operation Operation expense expense Depreciation Depreciation TotalTotal operating operating expenses expenses Operating Operating income income

176,576 176,576 26,292 26,292

Nonoperating Nonoperating revenues revenues Investment Investment income income Change Change in net inposition net position Net Position Net position at beginning at beginning of year of year Net position Net position at end at of end year of year

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