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Be a student advocate through CHESS 2019

Are you interested in learning about advocacy? Do you want to familiarize yourself with the best steps for organizing students? Have you always wondered how you can be successful when lobbying before your government? If…

Take part in the ASI Shoe Drive

We oftentimes take the little things for granted, even though we would definitely be at a loss without them. On a campus where food and housing insecurity is prevalent, many of us are privileged to…

Leave a Legacy (Run for Office)

Do you want to make a difference on campus as a student representative? If so, now is the time for you to leave a legacy and run for office! Each year ASI holds elections during…

Pop Up Pantry Announces New Location

The ASI Food Pantry provides food and basic necessities at no cost to students in need. Research has shown that it is becoming more challenging for students to juggle the costs of living while in…

Get Funding Through Cash for Clubs!

Is your on-campus club in need of extra funding? Join this year’s Club Challenge: Cash for Clubs! The Campus Organization Ballot Revenue Policy allows Sacramento State clubs and organizations to receive funding through the annual…

Capital Public Radio- P.R.E. Internship

Are you a Sac State student studying or interested in communications, journalism, broadcasting, or public policy? Well if any of these interest you Capital Public Radio has an opportunity for you! They are looking for…

Prevent burnout with Late Night Study Break!

Finals are coming up next week! With impending deadlines for huge projects, papers, and assignments, it can be hard to find time for yourself. ASI is here to help. On Thursday, from 7pm to 10pm,…

Give-a-Treat October Food Drive

Sac State divisions are competing to donate the most food items this October. With the ASI Food Pantry seeing a 75% increase in users this year and expanded hours of five days a week, there…

It’s time to apply for ASI Scholarships!

College is expensive. Students pay high rates for tuition, and on top of that, we have to pay for books, school supplies, and transportation expenses. And that’s not all—there are so many other indirect fees…

Advising Done Your Way

Is the thought of creating an academic plan daunting? Do you feel as though you have no idea where to start? Many students are insecure in their ability to choose the correct classes in order…