ASI at CI
ASI Statement of Purpose
Associated Students Incorporated is a non-profit auxiliary which exists to support the educational mission of CSU Channel Islands. ASI facilitates learning and development through integrative and co-curricular approaches and identifies and responds to major student issues and initiatives. In addition, ASI implements sound business practices which uphold the fiduciary responsibility associated with the management of student fees, and funds the operation and facility of the CI Student Union.
Student Union Statement of Purpose
The Student Union serves to foster community and enhance student learning and development on the CI campus by providing exceptional services, supporting holistic programming, creating regular opportunities for staff development, and maintaining an environmentally responsible facility.
The ASI Board of Directors
ASI on the CI campus is governed by the ASI Board which consists of students, administrators, staff, faculty, and a community member. The board meets the first Thursday of each month at 7:40 AM in the Student Union Coville Conference Room. The ASI Board provides:
- Oversight and conception of all governing documents,
- Recommendations on ASI administration & Student Union budgets
- Recommendations on ASI budget allocations for student organizations & Student Life programming
All currently registered students of CI pay both an Associated Students Fee and a Student Body Center fee as part of their registration. The Associated Students of California State University Channel Islands Inc. is the umbrella organization governing the process, policies and procedures of four main entities: The Student Government, the Student Programming Board, the Nautical Yearbook and the Channel Islands View newspaper.
Please feel free to visit each entities' web site using the links provided below.
Placing the students at the center of our educational experience, California State University Channel Islands' Student Government seeks to effectively communicate, create and maintain community, as well as provide and support co-curricular learning. As we represent the University and our student body, we will hold ourselves to the highest standards by leading with integrity and selflessly serving the students and the University on a local, state, and nationwide level
Student Programming Board (SPB) provides an abundance of opportunities by providing a social outlet for students, helping students learn how to plan and coordinate events, and working with local businesses and organizations.
The Nautical yearbook is a collaborative student project that incorporates many different parts of campus. The Nautical is a student run publication that captures the ever changing and growing CI community. It is student run, student designed, and student approved.
The CI View serves to keep Cal State Channel Islands students updated on the news and happenings of a growing and dynamic university. We do our best to inform students about the new majors, buildings, programs and departments that seem be developing each and every day. In addition, we are dedicated to bringing local and community news to the CI campus. We also provide students with a forum to voice their own opinions, own ideas, and own suggestions to keep CI a university that maintains a student-based focus.
To receive more information on the ASI Board contact Diana Ballesteros at email@example.com or by phone at 805-437-8932.