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Tuesday, March 26
Voting Party Pt. 1

12 pm • Plaza, University-Student Union Plaza
Students who vote will be able to grab free food and giveaways while supplies last.

Wednesday, March 27
Voting Party Pt. 2

12 pm • Main Campus Walkway
Students who vote will be able to grab free food and giveaways while supplies last.

Thursday, March 28
Election Results Announcement

4 pm | Plaza, University-Student Union at 4 pm
Meet and mingle with your newly elected 2019-2020 ASI Administration and University-Student Union Board of Directors.


Past Events

Friday, February 1
Robert's Rules Training, Leadership and Team Building

10 am • Los Angeles Room BC, University-Student Union
The Robert's Rules training is designed for students who participate organizations operations. Robert's Rules, which is also known as the parliamentary procedure, is used to govern, bring organization, ad install order to a diverse range of organizations. After completing this training, students will be ready to partake in rigorous, but organized, highly productive meetings.

Sunday, february 17
Deadline for Applications

Applications are due by 5 P.M.

Wednesday, March 6
Mock Ballot - ASI/USU Boards of Directors

1 pm • San Gabriel Room, University-Student Union
The ASI and USU invite you to join our mock Election activities! The goal of our mock Election is to prepare students to be informed, thoughtful, and engaged. It is suggested but not required that students have the opportunity to learn about the electoral process, issues, and candidates

Thursday, March 7
Mandatory Candidate Briefing

ASI Conference Room, 1:00 PM
As a part of student government, you'll have the opportunity to network, gain leadership experience, and be the voice for students campus-wide. Attend one of these mandatory briefings to discuss what it means to run for office and the expectations and responsibilities associated with a successful campaign. Members of the ASI Judicial Review Committee will address election rules and regulations and host a Q&A session with all viable candidates.

Friday, March 8
Mandatory Candidate Briefing

ASI Conference Room, 1:00 PM
​As a part of student government, you'll have the opportunity to network, gain leadership experience, and be the voice for students campus-wide. Attend one of these mandatory briefings to discuss what it means to run for office and the expectations and responsibilities associated with a successful campaign. Members of the ASI Judicial Review Committee will address election rules and regulations and host a Q&A session with all viable candidates.

Wednesday, March 13
All Candidate Meet & Greet

2 pm • University-Student Union Plaza
Join ASI Election Candidates and the University-Student Union Board of Director Candidates as they showcase their platforms, share their goals, and introduce themselves to the campus community. Golden Eagle Radio will be spinning while you grab food from local vendors.

Thursday, March 14
ASI College Reps: Election Debate/Q&A

1 pm • Main Campus Walkway
The College Representatives are a dynamic group of student advocates focused on college enrichment, advocacy, and developing leadership opportunities for students. Join us as we watch them debate current college issues and share their hopes for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Tuesday, March 19
ASI Senators and Reps-at-Large: Election Debate/Q&A

12:30 pm • King Hall Walkway
The Academic Senators and Reps-at-Large focus on: policy review in the University Academic Senate, issues facing the Cal State LA community, and collaboration and outreach in the Greater Los Angeles Area. Join us as we watch them debate current policies, practices, and goals for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Wednesday, March 20
ASI Presidents and Executives: Election Debate/Q&A

5 pm • Theatre, University-Student Union
The ASI Executives are your top tier representatives on campus, in the larger community, and at the State level. ASI is hosting this special debate and providing an exclusive platform for the executive board candidates. The following candidates will debate: Presidents, Vice Presidents, and Secretary/Treasurers.