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POSITIONS & DESCRIPTIONS

Serving as an A.S. student leader is a major leadership role and can be a very rewarding experience that requires professional responsibility, time management, ability to prioritize commitments, all while maintaining good academic standing.

EXPECTATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

of A.S. Board of Directors, Campus Life Council and Judicial Affairs Council members

All A.S. leaders are required to:
  1. Be present and committed to serving both the entire Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semesters.
  2. Participate in the A.S.-coordinated outreach and recruitment of SDSU students to A.S. boards each semester.
  3. Complete Student Organization Conflict and Identity Awareness (SOCIA) training by mid-fall semester.
  4. Attend a meeting of a Recognized Student Organization (RSO), of which the student leader is not a member, each semester.
  5. Attend a cultural event, of a culture of which the student leader is not a member, each semester.
  6. Serve on a University committee.
  7. Review applications for A.S. Study Abroad Scholarships each semester.
  8. Attend mandatory Fall Retreat in August 2021 and the Spring Retreat in January 2022.

A.S. Board of Directors
Students-at-Large
six seats

The term of office for each student-at-large on the A.S. Board of Directors (ASBOD) is May 2021-May 2022. Board of Directors students-at-large are required to be available Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:30-6:30 p.m. PDT in order to attend the A.S. Board of Directors, Campus Life Council and University Council meetings. There are also monthly Board of Director meetings during the summer.

Applicants for the student-at-large positions on the Board of Directors shall, in order to be eligible as a member of the ASBOD, with the exception of the A.S. Executive Officers and designated University officers (or their designees), must meet the following requirements:

  1. Be enrolled at the University for one year prior to the election, designation or appointment.
  2. Successfully completed a minimum of thirty (30) units.
  3. Have served on, or been involved with, for a minimum of one (1) year an A.S. council, commission, board and/or committee, University council or a University recognized student organization prior to appointment.

On average, the time commitment for students serving as a student-at-large on the Board of Directors is about eight hours a week.

To learn about the A.S. Board of Directors, please visit Student Bill of Rights and Bylaws of the Associated Students, SDSU (click on “Board of Directors” and review the sections)

A.S. Campus Life Council
(CLC) Commissioners

Campus Community Commissioner
Community Service Commissioner
Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union Board Commissioner
Recreation and Wellness Commissioner
Sustainability Commissioner
Student Diversity Commissioner
Student Support Commissioner

The term of office for each Campus Life Council (CLC) Commissioner is May 2021-May 2022. CLC Commissioners are required to be available Wednesdays from 3:30-6:30 p.m. PDT in order to attend the A.S. Campus Life Council meetings. Commissioners must attend and chair their respective commission meetings.

On average, the time commitment for students serving as a commissioner is about six hours a week.

To learn about the A.S. Campus Life Council and the CLC Commissions, please visit Student Bill of Rights and Bylaws of the Associated Students, SDSU (click on “A.S. Campus Life Council” and review the sections.) Also, visit A.S. Campus Life Council Charters and review the charters.

A.S. Justice
seven seats

Students serving as a Justice are expected to attend weekly A.S. Judicial Affairs Council meetings during the fall and spring semesters. They also attend the meetings of the BOD, CLC and UC as needed. On average, the time commitment for students serving as a Justice is about three hours a week.

To learn about the A.S. Judicial Affairs Council, please visit Student Bill of Rights and Bylaws of the Associated Students, SDSU (click on “A.S. Judicial Affairs” and review the sections.)

Marketing and Communications Commissioner

The Marketing and Communications (MarCom) Commissioner is expected to attend and chair the weekly Marketing and Communications Committee meetings during the fall and spring semesters and is expected to attend MarCom Committee summer meetings. On average, the time commitment for the MarCom Commissioner is about four hours a week.

To learn about the A.S. Marketing and Communications Committee, please visit A.S. Articles (click on “Article VI: A.S. Board of Directors Standing Committee Codes” and review section 2.)

Committee Chair Positions:

Campus Program Funding (CPF) Committee Chair

The CPF Chair is expected to chair and attend the weekly CPF meetings during the fall and spring semesters. On average, the time commitment for the CPF Chair is about three hours a week.

To learn about the Campus Program Funding Committee, please visit A.S. Articles (click on “Article VI: A.S. Board of Directors Standing Committee Codes” and review section “Section 1 – Financial Affairs Committee.”)

Lobby Corps Chair

The Lobby Corps Chair is expected to chair and attend the weekly Lobby Corps meetings, and attend the External Relations Board meetings, during the fall and spring semesters. On average, the time commitment for the Lobby Corps Chair is about three hours a week.

To learn about A.S. Lobby Corps, please visit A.S. University Council Charters (click on “External Relations Board Charter” and review section “Section 6 - Subcommittees.”)

Commuter Student Board Chair

The Commuter Student Board Chair is expected to chair and attend the weekly Commuter Student Board meetings, and attend the Student Support Commission meetings, during the fall and spring semesters. On average, the time commitment for the Commuter Student Board Chair is about three hours a week.

To learn about Commuter Student Board, please visit the A.S. Campus Life Council Charters (click on “Commuter Student Board Charter.)

Children’s Center Board Chair

The Children’s Center Board Chair is expected to chair and attend the weekly Children’s Center Board meetings, and attend the Student Support Commission meetings, during the fall and spring semesters. On average, the time commitment for the Children’s Center Board Chair is about three hours a week.

To learn about A.S. Children’s Center Board, please visit the A.S. Campus Life Council Charters (click on “SDSU Children's Center Board Charter.”)