ASI | ASI Fee
The Associated Students, Inc. serves as the official voice of the students at California State University, Dominguez Hills.
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ASI Fee

STUDENT FEE DISTRIBUTION

  • Associated Students Inc

  • Intercollegiate Athletics

  • Multicultural Affairs

  • Toro Learning Center

Each student pays approximately $135 for an ASI Fee. This is taken out of their normal tuition payment and is not an additional payment that needs to be made. This fee is non-optional and is part of what students pay per semester to help fund services provided by the Associated Students, Inc. ASI is your student government corporation, which represents the students’ interests and voice on campus, locally and statewide. This page includes a breakdown of where those dollars are spent within the Associated Students, Inc., and how we use that money to give back to the students.

Associated Students, Inc.
$1,251,774

Intercollegiate Athletics
$404,405

Multicultural Affairs
$111,375

Toro Learning Center
$115,046

HOW DOES ASI DISTRIBUTE THEIR MONEY?

The Associated Students, Inc. uses their portion of the fee to help fund programs, marketing efforts, operating costs and more. Below is an in-depth breakdown of how these dollars are spent.

21%

Programming and Support

Costs associated with event planning and student life support, such as;

  • Budget Call (Clubs and Orgs funding support)
  • Toro Tuesday
  • Special Programs (Halloween Haunt, Spring Fling, etc.)
  • Children’s Center
  • Co-Sponsored Programs (Unity Fest, Welcome Week, Homecoming)
  • Funding Resources
  • Board of Directors Programming
  • Public Relations
  • Programming Support
21%

Operating Costs

Day to day costs of running the corporation, such as;

  • Benefits
  • Administrative Services,
  • Supplies and Services
  • Utilities
  • Insurance
6%

Advocacy and Leadership Efforts

Costs associated with training BOD members to better represent the student body locally and state wide, such as;

  • Fellowships
  • CHESS Conferences (travel, lodging, etc.)
  • CSSA Conferences (travel, lodging, etc.)
  • CSUnity Conferences (travel, lodging, etc.)
  • Development
19%

Staffing

Costs associated with hiring and retaining competent professional staff.

33%

Referendum Entities

Costs associated with paying student salaries, athletic scholarships and providing additional financial support for selected campus departments such as:

  • Athletics
  • Multicultural Affairs
  • Toro Learning Center