A.S. Elections Candidates, Initiatives and Referenda
Peter Joseph Lee
Andrew (AJ) McDonald
Niño Emmanual Crisostomo
Director of Business Affairs
Michael Paul Ly
Director of Communications
Director of Environmental Affairs
Director of External Affairs
Director of Extracurricular Affairs
Director of Faculty Affairs
Director of Intercultural Affairs
Director of Internal Affairs
Director of Programming Affairs
Director of Student Fee Affairs
Director of Student Resource Affairs
Director of Student Rights and Responsibilities
Director of University Advising Affairs
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2014 Voter Information
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Spring 2014 Ballot Initiative
CSSA Statewide Student Body Organization Voluntary Student Representation Fee
The California State Student Association (CSSA), the recognized statewide student organization for CSU students, seeks a long-term, direct funding model that will ensure all CSU Students are represented before the California Legislature and in Congress, as well as the CSU Board of Trustees.
This Item presents the proposed policy to establish, in consultation with the California State Student Association (CSSA), a voluntary system-wide student fee of two dollars ($2). The Fee shall be assessed twice in an academic year ($4 total) and, unless waived by the individual student, shall be required of all regular, limited, and special session students attending the California State University. Students registering solely in extension courses will not be charged.
This will clear up approximately $20,000 from the Associated Students Budget.
This new fee will be paid to the California State Student Association (CSSA), an organization that currently represents all of us CSU students in Sacramento. Higher education has been going through a lot of adjusting due to the slashed funding from the state and federal government. This fee will increase the amount of representation that the Cal State University students will receive at the state a federal level. It will ensure that CSSA will have a full time lobbyist in Sacramento and explore the possibility of having a lobbyist in Washington D.C. This fee could also increase student participation in lobbying events like Capitol Hill Day in Washington D.C. and California higher Education Student Summit (C.H.E.S.S.) in Sacramento.
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