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Attention Cal State L.A. Student Body - A.S.I. Restated Articles of Incorporation Approved

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The A.S.I. Board of Directors (B.O.D.) approved Restated Articles of Incorporation on Thursday, November 29, 2012 by a 2/3 majority of the B.O.D.  A.S.I. policy requires student body notification of all Bylaws amendments and revisions to the Articles of Incorporation within 15 business days. 

A recent change to the California Code of Regulations, Title 5 (Section 42600(b)) requires auxiliary organizations to amend their Articles of Incorporation dissolution clause.  The change in the dissolution clause replaces the Board of Trustees with the Chancellor in the successor approval process.  The amended Articles of Incorporation will be filed with the Secretary of State.

You can access the Resolution & Restated Articles of Incorporation provided by our legal counsel via these links:

Per our policy Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws amendments and revisions approved by the Board of Directors may be rescinded by the regular membership of this corporation at the following general or special election. This process is as follows:

  1. Any amendment or revision may be subject to rescission by petition containing signatures and campus identification numbers (CIN) of one (1) percent of A.S.I. regular members.
    1. All persons wishing to circulate petitions for recall must register them with the Executive Director or designee, at which time all copies of the petition will be dated.
  2. The Vice President for Student Affairs or designee ensures that the rescission petition is returned to the Associated Students, Inc. within twenty (20) working days.  The enrollment status of all students whose signature and student identification number appears on the petition shall be verified by the University Registrar within ten (10) working days of receipt of the petition.
  3. An amendment or revision shall be rescinded by a majority of the votes cast by the regular membership.

All amended actions and documents are posted online for students to review: A.S.I. Bylaws and Articles Amendments.


The above was empowered by A.S.I. Board of Director actions’ taken on Thursday, November 8, 2012 when the following resolution was approved:



WHEREAS, the Corporation wishes to amend and restate the Articles of Incorporation to comply with the changes mandated by Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations Section 42600(b) and to reflect other changes deemed appropriate and necessary upon advice of legal counsel; and

WHEREAS, the Bylaws of the Corporation currently do not specify the authority of the Board of Directors to amend the Articles of Incorporation; and

WHEREAS, the Bylaws at Article XII, Section 5 (“Amendments & Revisions”)  provides that the Bylaws may be amended or revised by a majority of the votes cast by the regular membership of this corporation in general or special election or by a two-thirds (2/3) majority of the Board of Directors;

BE IT RESOLVED, That pursuant to Article XII, Section 4, the Board of Directors hereby amends the Bylaws at Article I to add the following:

“Section 4.       No Corporate Members.  The Corporation shall have no members as that term is defined in Section 5056 of the California Corporations Code, or in any successor statute thereto. Any Corporate action which would otherwise require approval by a majority of all members or approval by the members of the Corporation shall require only approval of the Board of Directors.”

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Board of Directors hereby authorizes and directs the Executive Director to take all necessary actions to effect this amendment to the Bylaws in compliance with the Article XII, Section 4 (“Amendments & Revisions”).

You can view the approved amended bylaws at



All amended actions and documents are posted online for students to review: A.S.I. Bylaws and Articles Amendments.  If there are any questions or concerns with the amendments or revisions please contact the A.S.I. Executive Director, Intef W. Weser at 323-343-4778. 

For more information call the A.S.I. Administrative Office, University-Student Union Room 203 at 323-343-4778.

New CSU Chancellor Requests 10% Reduction in State-Funded Portion of His Salary

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From Incoming CSU Chancellor Timothy P.  White:

Dear Colleagues,
Thank you for your letter offering the Chancellorship of the California State University. I whole heartedly accept your offer to serve our State. I do so because of my deep passion and interest in the mission of the CSU to advance California's future.
As I reflect on our times, I respectfully request a 10% reduction in the state-funded portion of the salary that you offered. I believe this request is what is best for the California State University – its faculty, staff, students, and leadership.
Despite the passage of Proposition 30, there remain grave economic issues to solve in California and the California State University. Indeed, the success of Proposition 30 was the voice of the voters and taxpayers of California to start to reinvest in education.
I also recognize that Californians expect me to properly steward these resources. Consequently, as I join the faculty, staff and students who have experienced cuts, salary freezes, and increased fees, I too must do my part. This is the basis of my request to reduce my own compensation to contribute to the rebuilding of this great university.
By changing the dialogue on my compensation I hope to send a clear signal to the public-at-large, elected officials, the business community, and families of current and future students that public higher education matters to all of us, and that we each must play a part in the rebuilding effort. Working together we must find ways to innovate, sustain excellence, decrease time to earn degrees, and have degrees that have renewed meaning for tomorrow's economy and social mobility.
Our time is a transformative - and precarious- moment for the University and the state. By joining together with our faculty, staff and students as we face the challenges and opportunities that lay before us, we will succeed.
To do so will require the relentless pursuit of new relationships with the public and private sector, as well as among all members of the University community. These relationships will reflect the reality of the environment we are in, and create greater opportunities for student, faculty and staff success in the future.

Timothy P.  White

California State University Rolls Back Tuition Fees to 2011-12 Levels

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The Proposition 30 ballot initiative was approved by voters in the November 6, 2012 election. As a result, the California State University will implement the tuition fee contingency plan as previously approved by the Board of Trustees. The California State University will roll back tuition fees to 2011-12 fee levels, retroactive to the fall 2012 term. For further information regarding tuition fees, please visit the following website:

The applicable reduction in tuition fees and graduate business professional fee for fall 2012 and winter 2013 at Cal State L.A. will be calculated and a credit will be posted to your account GET. The credit may be applied to any balance due on your account. Any balance remaining as a result of this credit adjustment will be refunded to you no later than December 21, 2012.

Any applicable financial aid adjustment for 2012-13 will be reflected on your student award no later than December 21, 2012. Depending on the details of an individual’s financial aid package, the fee reduction may be matched by an equal reduction in a financial aid grant, in which case no refund will be due to the student. You may receive further communication regarding your specific financial aid status from the Financial Aid Office.

The fastest, most convenient way to receive your refund is through our direct deposit program. We highly encourage you to enroll in the direct deposit program if you have not already done so. Enrollment instructions for direct deposit can be found at:

Please be sure to regularly monitor your self-service account on GET for the fee adjustments.

If you have any questions regarding your student account, please contact Student Financial Services at 323-343-3630. For Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) regarding the revised 2012-13 Academic Year Tuition Fee Rates in response to the passage of Proposition 30:

Find out more about your local Congressional and State Senate candidates

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Voting is coming up next week, but most students know very little about their local candidates, or even who they are. Grant Johnson, A.S.I. Campus Affairs Rpresentative, has created an online resource for voters at

Find your local Congressional and State Senate candidates with just a zip code and city, and learn all about who they are, what they've done, and what they promise to do. You can also find insightful analysis of the candidates and of the broader issues, so that you can study up before Election Day. Visit and become an informed voter.



The Campus Affairs Representative serves as the Chair of the University Council of Clubs & Organizations. They are responsible for submitting proposals to the Executive Board to initiate reforms and are responsible for conducting an annual survey. In addition, they regularly table to connect with students and assist the Legislative Affairs Representative in disseminating information.

Book Voucher Program Applications Now Available

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Need money for books? Looking for alternatives to the high cost of text books? Then A.S.I. has the program for you! The A.S.I. Book Voucher Program might be just what you are looking for! Our Book Voucher Program has helped many Cal State L.A. students achieve their academic goals. Don’t miss out! This is one of the best examples of how your student dollars work for you. A.S.I. provides up to 30 students who qualify for a $200.00 book voucher to purchase text books each quarter. Book vouchers are awarded on a first come first serve basis. There is no limit to how many times you can apply and receive a book voucher.

  1. Must have completed at least three (3) quarters at Cal State L.A.
  2. Must have a cumulative Cal State L.A. G.P.A. of 2.4 or higher. (Submit complete copy of Unofficial Transcripts)
  3. Must be enrolled for at least four (4) units of evening courses at Cal State L.A. for each quarter.
  4. Must be employed at least thirty (30) hours per week and provide employment verification. (A letter from your employer on company letterhead indicating your work hours.)
  5. Please supply a print out of your class schedule from the campus website or from the registrar’s office providing proof of enrollment for the quarter in which you are applying for the Book Voucher. (Landscape format please.)
  6. Verification of your cumulative Cal State L.A. G.P.A. attached. (Listed on Unofficial Transcripts.)
  7. All Full-time Cal State L.A. employees are exempt from participating in the program.

  • Call the A.S.I. Administration Office at (323) 343-4778 with any questions.
  • Application Deadline is Tuesday, November 20, 2012 by 5 pm.
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    FAQs for Clubs and Organizations

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    What is the Use of Facilities Committee?

    All major events on campus (outside of the University-Student Union) must be vetted by the Use of Facilities Committee. The Use of Facilities Committee meets every Wednesday at 2:00pm. The location is announced prior to the meeting date. Representatives from each of the service areas attend this meeting to discuss the event and the needs of the group. The University representatives are from:  

    • Athletics
    • Facilities Services
    • Parking
    • Public Safety
    • Environmental Health & Safety
    • Risk Management
    • Golden Eagle Hospitality
    • ITS
    • Public Affairs
    • University-Student Union

    The meeting usually generates questions, concerns, and suggestions to ensure that a group’s event will be successful and well organized. The committee chair, Susan E. Tsuji, will recommend all organizations that are planning an event attend a meeting well in advance of their event date. If additional work needs to be done on the part of the organization, this will give them ample time to get more information or solidify the details of their event.

    Susan E. Tsuji
    Facilities Use Coordinator
    California State University, Los Angeles
    5151 State University Drive
    Los Angeles, CA  90032-8778
    stsuji [at] cslanet [dot] calstatela [dot] edu

    Looking for a Job in Student Affairs?

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    Thanks to all the attendees and facilitators. We had a wonderful event and are proud to offer yet another job search preparations session on February 1, 2013 at Chapman University. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

    Looking for a Job in Student Affairs?
    Friday, November 30, 2012 from 1 to 3 pm
    Dr. Joseph L. White Conference Room, Cross-Cultural Center
    University of California, Irvine
    103 Gateway, Irvine, CA  92602

    Join us for this informal and candid discusion about the job search process and alternative employment options and career opportunities within Student Affairs. Glean new insights from experienced professionals on a variety of topics such as:

    • Networking opportunity
    • Meet current professionals
    • Get advice regarding your job search process
    • No cost to attend

    This dialogue will cover all of these topics and more, with discussions about how to adapt your strategy to land that first professional position. This drive-in is excellent for graduates who are challenged by the landscape of minimized employment opportunities. Brought to you by the NASPA Region VI So Cal Professional Development Committee.


    You can find directions to UCI HERE. Parking will be available for participants at the Student Center Parking Structure at the West Peltason entrance to UCI's campus. The Cross-Cultural Center is #103 on UCI's Campus Map. CLICK HERE for information about Parking Rates. The best option is hourly at $2 per hour.

    As you prepare for this session, here are some additional resources:

    Plan to Plan: Seven Tips for the Student Affairs Job Search by Shareè L. Myricks, NASPA NPGS Co-Career Development Chair

    The Placement Exchange: Orlando 2013 - a joint venture of ACUHO-I, ASCA, NACA, NASPA, NODA, AFA, and

    Related Job Search Sites:

    The Chronicle of Higher Education
    Higher Ed Jobs
    Inside Higher Ed
    Higher Education Recruitment Consortium

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