Elected Positions


The following positions must have a 2.0 GPA, attended two quarters at Cal Poly Pomona, taken and received credit for at least nine units, be in good standing with the Office of Student Conduct & Integrity, and not exceed the unit load maximum.

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President

The ASI President is the Chief Executive Student Leader, Chair of the Cabinet and supervisor of Student Government. He/She oversees the responsibilities of the Cabinet and is a voting member of the Senate. He/She serves the student body by representing them at a multitude of events through the academic year.

He/She does this by:

 

The ASI President sets the ASI goals for the academic year and conducts the interviews for appointed and volunteer positions to be filled. He/She shall be held accountable to the students for proper conduct and efficient administration of all ASI student affairs.

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Vice President

The ASI Vice President is the Chair of the Senate and oversees the responsibilities of the Senate. He/She is also a voting member of the Senate and attends Cabinet meetings.

The ASI Vice President also:

  • Acts in the place of the ASI President in the event of a leave of absence, incapacity or resignation.
  • Assists the ASI President in establishing the annual goals and objectives for all ASI employees in coordination with the ASI Executive Director.
  • Attends and serves on various ASI and univerisity-wide committees.

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Senators

The voting members of the Senate consist of eight Senators, one from each University college, as well as four elected Senators representing each of the At-Large councils (Multicultural Council, Student Interest Council, Greek Council and Inter-Hall Council).

They are responsible for:

  • Creating and passing regulations and policies consistent with the ASI By-Laws, the Articles of Incorporation, University policy, CSU policy and state and federal law.
  • Providing fiscal oversight and making appropriate decisions to protect ASI‘s financial interest.
  • Approving the ASI and BSC Annual Budgets.
  • Attending their respective council meetings.
  • Facilitating communication between ASI, the campus and their constituency.
  • Serving on a minimum of two relevant committees to represent ASI.

The additional position, Senator Pro-Tempore is created by electing a seated Senator to serve in additional capacity.