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Board of Directors

The Board of Directors are to manage the business and affairs of the Corporation, and to make its rules, regulations, and policies and procedures not inconsistent with these Bylaws, the Articles of Incorporation and the laws of the State of California.

Clubs and Organizations

Shall be responsible for the planning, implementation and coordination of all activities that involve the Board approved programs regarding registered organizations.

Elections Commission

The Elections Commission shall carry out Board policies in the ASI Election Code for organizing, supervising and certifying all elections held under the auspice of the Corporation.

Executive Committee

The purpose of the Executive Committee is to review budget matters, resource allocations, student services and program reviews. Meetings of this committee shall follow the meeting requirements of the Board of Directors. The Executive Committee will coordinate corporate staff and resources as needed to accomplish tasks for the efficient and smooth operation of the Corporation’s affairs.

Finance Commission

The Finance Commission shall recommend to the Board of Directors allocations of all corporate funds, assist the Executive Director in development of recommendations for the Corporation’s financial policies and procedures. The Finance Commission shall submit an annual budget to the Board of Directors for approval, including recommendations for all budgets of the various commissions. The Board of Directors will have one week to review and, as necessary, make a mid-year adjustment to the annual budget. Board of Directors approval is required for adjustments +/-10 percent per line item. The mid-year adjustment must be approved by the President of the University.

Legislative Affairs

The Legislative Affairs Commission shall be responsible for making recommendations to the Board of Directors concerning the impact of pending legislation that affects students of CSUDH and higher education. The Legislative Affairs Commission shall make recommendations to the ASI Executive Committee and the Board of Directors on specific actions/positions to take regarding pending legislation, and shall be responsible for interpretation and dissemination of information received regarding pending legislation.

Personnel Committee

The Personnel Committee shall make all decisions as they pertain to all management staff for the Corporation. In the absence of the Executive Director, shall be responsible for personnel decisions for staff members of the Corporation in the interim. Meetings of this commission shall follow the meeting requirements of the Board of Directors. The Personnel Committee shall be advised of non-student staff employment status, such as hiring, probation and termination. The Personnel Committee shall handle all grievances from non-student corporate staff. The Personnel Committee shall execute a job search and be responsible for hiring an Executive Director when the position becomes vacant, collaborate on the Executive Director’s performance evaluation, and review the Employee Handbook and make appropriate changes in personnel policy and procedures.

Rules, Policies and Procedures Committee

Rules, Policies and Procedures Committee

Student Activities and Cultural Programs Commission

The Student Activities and Cultural Programs Commission shall be responsible for the planning, implementation and coordination of all student activities presented by the Corporation, and shall also be responsible for the planning, implementation and coordinating of all Board approved cultural programs presented by the Corporation.

Technology Resource Fee Committee

The Technology Resource Fee Committee shall administer the Technology Resource Fee funds, shall review and respond to letters of intent from various campus departments seeking funds, shall review grant proposals and make recommendations on distribution of funds, and shall allocate funds to approved grantees.