Student Government

This is an archived copy of the 2016-2017 bulletin. To access the most recent version of the bulletin, please visit bulletin.sfsu.edu. Any changes will appear on our errata page.

The Associated Students (AS), established in 1944, is the official student body government. It functions as a non-profit, student-run corporation, and is funded by the student activity fee all students pay each semester. That fee also makes each student an Associated Students member, eligible to vote in the annual elections for AS leadership. For more information about getting involved in Student Government, please contact the AS business office at 415-338-3399.

Associated Students provides services and programs designed to enrich campus life and helps to support many campus organizations. Its current programs and services include the following. For additional information, please call 415-338-2321 or go to our website at http://asi.sfsu.edu/.

Programs

Early Childhood Education Center

Our new state-of-the-art facility provides SF State students, faculty, and staff with a nurturing, safe, developmentally appropriate childcare program on campus for children aged six months to five years.

Crafts Festival

Held twice a year, once in the Fall and once in the Spring. The Crafts Festival brings some of the best artisans from around the state to exhibit their wares. All merchandise is chosen with quality and the student budget in mind.

Legal Resource Center

The Legal Resource Center is an informational resource that allows the student to make an informed decision about any legal problem. The center aims to educate students about the law and their rights, so that they may be active participants in their own legal matters. An attorney is available on an appointment basis to consult with students. Consultations are confidential.

Performing Arts and Lectures

The Performing Arts and Lectures provides the student body with a variety of concerts, sneak previews, lectures, films, and cultural events, and gives students behind-the-scenes, hands-on experience in performing arts productions.

Project Rebound

Project Rebound is a program specifically developed to assist ex-offenders in adjusting to society by acquiring an education. Rebound travels to institutions to speak to inmates, male and female, to encourage them to get an education through San Francisco State University.

Women's Center

The Women's Center provides a physical space in which every woman on campus can spend time comfortably and an atmosphere which encourages her to develop friendships with her sisters. The Women's Center also has resource files, a referral service, and a library open to all students.

Project Connect

A.S. Project Connect is a recruitment and retention resource center that serves to motivate and support students in pursuing and completing a higher education degree.

Scholarships and Student Organization Funding

ASI offers fifteen graduate and undergraduate scholarships for all majors and special groups. Additionally, ASI funding is open to all registered student organizations in good standing on the San Francisco State campus. For more information, call 415-338-2321.

Services

The Associated Students provides many services to students. This is a partial listing. Information about these and other ASI-sponsored events is available at the Main Desk, Student Center.

Health Insurance

The Associated Students Incorporated offers a low-cost health and dental insurance plan to students.

Typing Center

The Typing Center has regularly maintained electronic typewriters available for student use. The typewriters are available from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Use of the typewriters is free to students with a valid SF State I.D. card.