Tag: Associated Students

President Aldazabal hard at work in her new office.

Associated Students President Ana Aldazabal shares journey to CSUF

Ana Aldazabal, the former vice president of Associated Students Inc. is now officially the new ASI president and CEO,


Associated Students’ president resigns after one semester

On Thursday, Jan. 10, Cal State Fullerton’s Associated Students, Inc. announced that Joshua Borjas, their president and CEO, resigned

Meghan Waymire presents about the upcoming midterm elections and the importance of CSUF participation before a group of students.

ASI Lobby Corps to host events at CSUF promoting political participation

Associated Students’ Lobby Corps Commission has numerous events planned this fall to help students become more politically informed for

ASI Board of Directors meeting

ASI board of directors approve the 2017-18 audit report

The ASI board of directors approved the 2017-18 Associated Students’ audit report prepared by the Guzman and Gray Audit

Illustration of an I Voted sticker

CSUF Associated Students establishes Voter Registration Coalition to win the Ballot Bowl

Cal State Fullerton’s Associated Students has launched its new Voter Registration Coalition with the goal of getting record numbers

A downward perspective onto the Titan Student Union Grand Staircase, where the town hall will be held on Nov. 1.

CSUF Associated Students hold town hall meeting to encourage student involvement on campus

CSUF Associated Students will hold the first town hall meeting on Nov. 1 at 1 p.m. at the Titan

A woman smiles at the camera and holds a sign that reads "No Social Justice, No Titan Pride"

CSUF ASI Board of Directors votes unanimously to approve a resolution to encourage social justice campaigns

Starting next academic year, ASI will have a commission acting on social justice causes at CSUF. The Associate Students

Red and white sketch of Titan Student Union

Associated Students at CSUF acknowledges illegal meetings held during spring 2018 election

Cal State Fullerton Associated Students may need to redo its presidential elections if the two disqualified candidates, Celine Moubayed


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