Finals week fun at the USU, SRWC
Dogs, henna and massages are all in store for finals week at the University Student Union from Monday, May 13 to Friday May, 17. Click here for a schedule of activities.
ASI positions open
Interested in a paid leadership position within the Associated Students? Several openings are available, from the presidential cabinet to commission and more. Click here for more information.
Jobs with ASI, USU available
Click here to view the job openings with the ASI, University Student Union and Student Recreation & Wellness Center.
Richard McKee Transparency Act (formerly known as SB 8)
In compliance with the Richard McKee Transparency Act (Education Code Section 89913-89919), the Associated Students, Inc. of California State University, Long Beach is required to provide members of the public, upon request any information relating to the conduct of the student body’s business that is prepared, used or retained by the ASI, regardless of physical form or characteristics. To request records, please contact the Information Security Management and Compliance office at (562) 985-4862, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Drop by and take a look at our new and improved Events Calendar.
The ASI and USU host hundreds of events each year that are open to students. From concerts and lectures to rallies and movies, students are guaranteed to find events that will pique their interest.
Associated Students, Inc. is a nonprofit membership association and auxiliary organization of the university. The mission of ASI is to improve the quality of campus life for students while enhancing their educational experience. Students automatically become members of the association when they pay their mandatory student fees at the time of registration.
Committed to the principle of student self-determination in the shared governance of the university, the associated students of csulb seeks to facilitate the achievement of students’ educational objectives and life goals through programs, services, and facilities that advocate student needs and interests, compel student representation in campus decision making and provide students with resources that they identify as necessary for their intellectual, social and physical development.