ASI offers students a great opportunity to be an integral part of the decision-making
process here at CSUSM. Students appointed to committees help make a difference on
Benefits of Joining a Committee:
- Professional & Social Networking
- Resume Building
- Leadership Development
- Impact the Future of CSUSM
- Increased Knowledge of ASI
- Involvement on Campus
- Leave Your Mark at CSUSM
How to Join a Committee:
- Browse the various Internal ASI and University Committees below.
- Decide which committee(s) meet your interests.
- Email the ASI Executive Vice President at firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest!
INTERNAL ASI COMMITTEES
- Awards Committee
- Election Committee
- Internal Operations Committee
Description on each ASI committee
Academic Senate Committees
- Academic Policy Committee (APC)
- Budget & Long-Range Planning Committee (BLP)
- General Education Committee (GEC)
- Technology Policy & Advisory Committee (TPAC)
- Student Affairs Committee (SAC)
- University Curriculum Committee (UCC)
For more information on Academic Senate committees !
Committee for Undergraduate Research
Graduation Initiative Steering Committee
Instructionally Related Activities (IRA)
Intellectual Property Task Force
North County Higher Education Alliance (NCHEA)
Outstanding Teaching Committees
Student Fee Advisory Committee (SFAC)
Student Grade Appeals Committee
Description of each Undergraduate Research Committee
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California State Student Association (CSSA)
The California State Student Association (CSSA) serves CSU students, advocates for
student interests, and engages students in public higher education policy making.
CSSA is a non-profit student organization founded by student body presidents in 1959.
Recognized by the CSU Trustees as the official voice of CSU students, CSSA has long
advocated for student access to an affordable, high quality CSU education. CSSA student
leaders work with the CSU Chancellor, CSU Trustees, Governor, and State Legislature
to positively affect higher education policy in California.
Learn More: CSSA Website
California Higher Education Student Summit (CHESS)
CHESS is the only statewide conference planned specifically for CSU students.
Every year CHESS attracts student advocates from across the Golden State as well as
university leaders, higher education policy experts, public officials and alumni.
Hosted by the California State Student Association (CSSA), CHESS encourages and empowers
students to become agents of change; advocating for an accessible, affordable system
of public, higher education.
Who should attend?
- Students with a passion to be a change agent in the community and influence public
- Students interested in educational opportunities for all Californians.
- Students that are active in student government, student programming, or clubs and
organizations on campus.
- Students interested in developing their leadership skills.
- Students with areas of study in leadership, public policy, political science, community
development, and/or university administration.
- Students who want to understand how to influence California's lawmankers.
- Students who have an interest in California's government.
- Students who want to learn the skills necessary to create a change on their campus
and/or in local communities.
- Students looking for the opportunity to network with other student leaders.
Applications for the 2017 trip are closed. Please contact the ASI VP of Student and
University Affairs, at email@example.com with any questions.
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ASI Lobby Corp
What is Lobby Corp?
The CSUSM Lobby Corp is an advocacy branch of ASI. It's comprised of Cal State San
Marcos students who lobby at local, state, and federal levels as well as organize
events centered around higher education issues.
We provide classes and training sessions that teach students how to actively participate
in the legislative process. Students learn how to coordinate visits to their state
representatives to ensure that they know where the students stand on issues of higher
Duties of a Lobby Corps Member:
- Register students to vote online.
- Attend lobby and advocacy training provided by the Vice President of Student & University
- Research legislative bills and higher education issues affecting students at CSUSM.
- Meet with Assembly and Senate members to discuss legislative bills and their progress.
- Organize events on campus and in the San Marcos community to promote the importance
of higher education.
- Attend the California Higher Education Student Summit (CHESS) as well as other conferences
dealing with higher education advocacy.
Ways to advocate:
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