ASI General Election Information

Rise up & Represent: ASI General Election Workshops

Interested in being more involved on campus? Looking to make a difference? Running for office might be the perfect opportunity. As a part of student government, you'll have the opportunity to network, gain leadership experience, and be the voice for students campus-wide.


Tuesday, Janurary 28th

1pm • San Gabriel Room, 3rd Floor, U-SU

Wednesday, January 29th

3pm • San Gabriel Room, 3rd Floor, U-SU

Tuesday, February 4th

5pm • San Gabriel Room, 3rd Floor, U-SU

Apply now for the 2021-2022

Extended Application deadline: Friday, March 12, 2021.

Note: Extended application deadline is only for uncontested positions.
If you submit an application for a position not on the uncontested list below, your application would be rejected.

Positions available for extended deadline:

Vice President for Administration
Vice President for Finance
Vice President for Academic Governance
Vice President for External Affairs & Advancement
Secretary/Treasurer
Civic Engagement Officer
College of Arts & Letters Representative
College of Business & Economics
College of Health & Human Services Representative
College of Engineering & Computer Science & Technology Representative
Undergrad Academic Senator
Academic Senator-at-large


ASI assists in the protection of the rights and interests of individual students and provides the means for effective avenues of student input into the governance of the campus. In turn, we are the official voice through which student opinion may be expressed and offer an opportunity for students to gain experience in responsible political participation and community leadership.


Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is governed by the ASI Board of Directors. The ASI Board of Directors and professional staff manage the day-to-day operations of the corporation providing Cal State LA students, faculty, and staff dynamic programs and services. The General Election is a formal process to elect the following academic year Board of Directors, Senators, and Representatives-at-Large.