Spartans, A.S. is here for you!
Associated Students’ mission is to support and represent the students of San José State University by continuing the organization’s legacy of student advocacy and leadership; to enhance SJSU students’ education through high quality programs and services; and to prepare students as they move towards a thoughtful and purposeful life after graduation. Our vision is to strengthen the Spartan community through access to opportunities that inspire educational growth, personal development and innovation.
A.S. Departments: In-Person and Virtual Hours
The departments offering services virtually include A.S. Events, Cesar Chavez Community Action Center, Campus Community Garden, and Student Government. In-person services are being offered by A.S. departments in the Student Union. Please visit the individual A.S. department pages to view virtual and/or limited in-person hours. Website Live Chat available 10am-3pm Monday to Friday.
Get involved in the local community and gain valuable leadership skills!
Find safe, loving, and affordable on-campus care for children of SJSU students.
Save on textbooks, get documents notorized, pick up your Clipper Card…and more.
Offering a wide variety of printing services, including stickers, banners, flyers, and more!
Learn how to get involved or apply for funding for your own student organization.
Save on transit, join a carpool… or just find the best way to get where you want to go.
Find a job at A.S.
Check our Jobs listings to find open positions at all of our departments. From student election officers and marketing coordinators to teacher assistants and computer repair specialists, we’re always looking for qualified students to join our team!
Get funding for your org
Associated Students provides funding to support student clubs, groups, and organizations across campus. Whether you want to hire a guest speaker, have t-shirts made, or pay for food at your next event, complete the online form to request funds.
At the A.S. Campus Community Garden (near 8th & San Salvador), students can gain access to healthy food, learn about sustainable organic growing practices, and earn community service hours.
The A.S. House Has Moved!
The A.S. House, originally the Scheller House, is 6500 square foot California Colonial Revival Mansion built in 1904 for businessman Henry Beaumont Scheller and his wife, Louisse. It is one of the rare surviving examples of early 20th-century residential work by architect Theodore Lenzen. The A.S. House was moved from its 4th Street location in January 2020 and is now on 10th Street, across from the Boccardo Business Complex (BBC) and the ATMs. The A.S. House functions as offices for several Associated Students departments and provides conference room and study spaces for students and student organizations. To reserve a room click on our resources tab. For questions, please call 408-924-6242.