ASI works directly with the student clubs and organizations, as a bank teller would in a financial institution. All clubs and orgs must work with ASI to manage their financial business and activities
(i.e. deposits and disbursements).
Clubs and organizations that are recognized by the Office of Student Life may receive club points for participating in events or hosting their own. These points are totalled by the ASI Organizations Commissioner and the Accounting Manager for the entire academic year. The three clubs and orgs that accumulate the most club points by the end of the spring semester will receive cash donations into their foundation account, meaning you can fund your own events. First place receives $300, second place receives $200 and third place receives $100. The winning clubs will be notified and invited to the annual ASI Awards Banquet. Below you will see the six most common ways to receive club points and the full Club Points Matrix.
Student clubs and organizations shall be accountable for the collection and deposits of cash and checks received by the Student Club Organizations. The student club must secure all cash ina lockbox owned and purchased by the student club or organization and shall be transferred to new club members as needed. No single person shall have complete control of the lockbox. The lockbox must be kept in a secure location. At no time shall student clubs and organizations accept credit or debit cards. The student club must make deposits to the Associated Students, Inc. when they have accumulated up to $250.00.
If the Student Club Organization fails to meet any of the above criteria, ASI will notify the Student Club Advisor and the Office of Student Life via email. If the late deposit pattern continues (three occurrences) a meeting will be held with the Student Club Advisor, Foundation Controller, ASI designee, and OSL to resolve the issue, which may include closure of the Student Club Account. For more information, please review the full Cash Handling Policy below.
There are a number of funding sources available to CSUDH Student Clubs, Organizations and Departments. These sources can be found within the ASI Organizations Commission, ASI Student Activities Commission, and Budget Call through the ASI Finance Commission. In addition to these sources, each club and org has an ASI Foundation Club Account for their use. For more guidance and info, see below.
Clubs have the option to utilize the University Printing Services for Banners. Clubs should contact the Office of Student Life for posting requirements. If your club was awarded funds of up to $50 for a club banner, please forward the invoice to the ASI business office.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 310-243-3686.
email@example.com | 310-243-3686
firstname.lastname@example.org | 310-243-3686.
email@example.com | 310-243-3686.