associated students inc (asi)

The Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is the official student voice of California State University, Dominguez Hills. ASI believes in the core values of student growth, advocacy, and leadership. As a student-run non-profit corporation, ASI representatives are appointed to various campus-wide committees affecting campus governance. Building individual and group leadership skills, ASI's student-led commissions provide numerous activities throughout the year, such as concerts, festivals, casual mixers and more. Many of these commission meetings allow students to help decide and plan what events and services are offered at CSUDH; giving our students the ability to build individual and group leadership skills. ASI representatives work with members of other Cal State Universities student body government to advocate for students on a statewide level. ASI representatives also travel annually to the three-day CHESS conference in Sacramento to advocate for accessibility, affordability and quality higher education. ASI gives back to the students through various events, promotions and programs during the academic year. Toro Tuesday occurs every Tuesday during the fall and spring semesters and give students the chance to win scholarships simply by showing their school spirit. In addition, students may pick up a complimentary scantron from the ASI Office anytime during normal business hours.  Other free events and programs hosted by ASI include social media contests, various mixers with college representatives, KDHR takeovers, coffee breaks, concerts and more. There are many opportunities for you to get involved with ASI through the Board of Directors, Students at Large internships or student assistant positions. Stop by the ASI Office in the Loker Student Union or call (310) 243-3686 to find out more about the various opportunities for advocacy, University committees, or campus activities. Please feel free to visit the ASI website at or follow us social media by searching @asicsudh.  ASI:"WE REPRESENT THE STUDENTS.”