Associated Students: Your Student Government
All students enrolled at SF State automatically become members of its student government, (ASI) Associated Students Inc. of SF State. $42 of student fees goes toward the program and services ASI provides its students. This means that SF State students can enjoy many of the events and programs provided by fellow students that might have cost them even more without this one time semester fee.
How to Get Involved?
Run for election to sit on the Board of Directors. (Please note that these are stipend positions.) Students have the opportunity to vote or be elected into the Associated Students Board of Directors each spring semester. In doing so, candidates experience the opportunity to run a campaign, network on campus, and develop programs that provide resources and services for the students here at SF State. Visit the Board Members page (Student Governing Board) and contact a representative for more information. To learn more about elections check out AS Election Information.
AS also appoints student representatives in the various University-wide committees (AS Committes information). Students may request to be appointed through the Board of Directors to sit on one of these University committees. Simply contact the Vice President of University Affairs (Educational & Referral Organization for Sexuality (EROS)
EROS offers free services to SFSU students to promote diversity, tolerance, and responsibility toward sexuality.
- Legal Resource Center
Get legal advice and referrals from this one of a kind Associated Students program.
- Project Connect
Check out our 28 ASI scholarships, book loan program, internship & peer mentorship programs.
- Project Rebound
Associated Students Inc. travels throughout the state to insure that the incarcerated aim to be educated.
- Women's Center
Dedicated to providing an open, encouraging and nurturing environment for the students at SF State.
- Programs & Services
Associated Students Programs & Services is an events production program funded by the Associated Students of San Francisco State University, and financed by ticket revenue and student fee.