Cal State L.A. is home to over 100+ student organizations that represent academic, cultural, political, professional, service, social, spiritual, and recreational interests.

To find out more about how to get involved or start your own club go to the Center for Student Involvement website. You can also call their office at 323-343-5110.

All recognized clubs and organizations are eligible to receive funding for new or annual programs. To access these funds, a representative from your organization must attend a Mandatory Funding Workshop to learn about A.S.I. funding policies and expectations. For more information, contact the A.S.I. Vice President for Finance Timothy Achinger at (323) 343-4778 or email .

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Student Clubs and Organizations Funding:

Student clubs and organizations can request funding from Associated Students, Inc. on a first come, first served basis. Submit the proper forms by noon the Monday before a Finance Committee meeting.

The Finance Committee is chaired by the Vice President for Finance. The committee meets to analyze all budget requests and decides on funding allocations. They meet on alternate Fridays at noon. Please check the meeting calendar for details. Everyone is welcome to attend the Finance Committee meetings. For any other questions contact the Vice President for Finance by calling 323-343-4778.

We want to make paperwork simple for you and your student club and organization, so you can complete the necessary forms correctly the first time, and so that you will be free to get involved in your student organization's activities. We want to minimize frustration if not eliminate it altogether.

Select the links below to download Funding Request Forms or the Request for Payment Forms:

Individual Club Funding Request Forms

Multiple Club & Organization Funding Request Forms

External Organizations & Departments

Find out more about the Funding and Budgeting for External Organizations & Departments over $3,000 here. A.S.I. currently offers university support funds to Anna Bing Arnold Children's Center, EOP (Educational Opportunity Program), Golden Eagle Radio, EPIC (Educational Participation in Communities), Dreamers Center, and Veterans Resource Center.