Committee Appointments

The following positions must meet the CSU system wide requirement of eligibility, which includes: A 2.0 GPA or higher, attended one semester at Cal Poly Pomona, having taken and received credit for at least six semester units, and being in good standing with the Office of Student Conduct & Integrity and having not exceeded the unit load maximum.


  • ASI Facilities & Operations Committee

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    ASI Facilities & Operations Committee, which is chaired by the Senator Pro-Temp, shall formulate all decisions in regard to operational use, funding, oversight and operation of the Bronco Student Center (BSC) and the Bronco Recreation and Intramural Complex (BRIC). It shall also serve to develop programs and services and provide a channel for student ideas in the administration of the facilities and operations. There are four student positions that serve on this committee.

  • ASI Governmental Affairs Committee

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    ASI Governmental Affairs is a recommending body to the ASI Senate. The Committee shall educate and engage the campus community on matters pertaining to local, state, and federal government operations and activities, and legislation and policy development affecting Cal Poly students and the CSU System. The Committee will lead political advocacy efforts, conduct legislative research, develop action plans and policy recommendations, establish partnerships and collaborate with appropriate entities to advocate for the students’ needs and interests, and organize programs and events that raise campus awareness of the legislative process.

  • ASI Elections Committee

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    ASI Elections Committee, which is chaired by the Elections Chair, is responsible for conducting all elections and determining election rules. It shall also post a list of all candidates who meet qualifications as set down in the Elections Code. Along with these responsibilities, they will guide potential candidates along the candidate process and convey the final election results. The number of students who serve on this committee is determined by the Elections Chair.

  • ASI Basic Needs Committee

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    ASI Basic Needs Committee shall promote the fulfillment of students’ basic needs to the campus community and empower them to identify needs of students as it pertains to food, housing, transportation and financial insecurities. The Committee shall coordinate with the University and local, state, and federal resources to develop and implement projects that improve the mental and physical health, safety, and environment of Cal Poly Pomona students.

  • University-Wide Committees

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    University-Wide Committees Over fifty committees request student representation from ASI throughout the academic year. The ASI President receives a formal request from the committee, meets with students who have turned in an application and appoints a student whose interests match the purpose of the committee’s charge. The types of committees vary in their purpose to include such topics as finance, academics, athletics, public safety, landscape and architecture, enrollment, advising, IT Governance, personnel search and performance reviews. This is a great way to learn first-hand how university business is conducted and give the student perspective on important topics. It is appropriate to include in a job resume.