Partnerships are an important part of the the University Student Union (USU) is about. We work together collaboratively to enrich the college experience and support and encourage students. Please click the buttons below to learn about the parters that inhabit the USU and help it thrive.
Associated Students, Inc. is the official voice to express students' opinions, foster awareness issues, protect the rights and interest of the students, and encourage a campus climate that meets the educational, social, and cultural well-being of students.
The ASI Board of Directors is comprised of elected student members who are active participants in the shared governance of California State University San Marcos and directs all aspects of the corporation.
Student Life & Leadership (SLL) is here to support you in your quest to LEARN about your interests and your strengths, DEVELOP those strengths and your leadership skills, so that you can in turn LEAD your peers, the campus, and our community into the future.
Don't forget to embrace an important part of your collegiate experience - your participation in activities that happen outside of the classroom. Whether you join an organization, attend a leadership workshop, or access opportunities to learn more about other cultures.
We provide services and implement programs that foster an inclusive environment to encourage full and equal participation of all students. Our dedication to supporting students aligns with the university's commitment to respecting and modeling the diversity of our region within a context of social justice. We seek involvement of all students and welcome suggestions, dialogue, feedback, and opportunities for collaboration.
The Gender Equity Center is the collective voice for gender equity and justice at CSUSM. We serve students by combating gender oppression and creating safe, affirming learning communities for all through education, programming, advocacy, and community space. You are invited to join us for an upcoming event, to explore our resources and services, or to come by the center and make yourself at home!
The Pride Center provides a welcoming and inclusive space for all students, staff, faculty, and friends to socialize, study, make new friends, and build community. As an entity of Associated Students Inc., the Pride Center is grounded in commitments to social justice, student-centered advocacy, and student-empowered leadership.
The Office of the Dean of Students provides general information concerning campus policies, procedures, and regulations. Students needing assistance with any University matter are invited to initiate resolution through this office. Specific policies regarding grade appeals, student grievances, and student conduct are supported through and administered by this office.
The University Corporation currently oversees the M.Gordon Clarke Field House, Campus Recreation, student housing, and Event and Conference Services. UCorp will also manage the new University Student Union which is currently under construction and scheduled to open Spring 2014. As a separate 501(c)3 public benefit corporation of the campus, the University Corporation is committed to openness, trust, integrity and transparency in all of its operations. Important documents related to its establishment, governance, and annual financial documents can be found under the Reporting Transparency link. The University Corporation is completely self-supporting and does not receive funding from state sources.