Associated Students, Incorporated, (ASI) is committed to creating an active and engaged campus community at Sacramento State. Our goal of fostering campus life can only be met through the combined efforts of various programs and organizations throughout campus. Each fiscal year ASI allocates funds, which are to be disbursed to those on-campus programs that are dedicated to our common goal of serving the students.
|Active Minds/ Mental Health Program||$8,000|
|Archeological Curation Facility – Volunteers||$4,000|
|College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)||$20,000|
|Center for Teaching & Learning||$2,000|
|Community Engagement Center||$9,000|
|Dance Masters/Theaters & Dance||$1,000|
|EOP – Learning Communities||$35,000|
|Faculty Student Mentor Program||$9,000|
|First Year Experience, Co-Curricular Activities||$7,000|
|Hornet Mentoring Network – Alumni||$4,000|
|NSM Study Spaces||$7,000|
|Peer and Academic Resource Center||$10,000|
|Project for Informed Electorate/ISR||$1,000|
|Sacramento State String Project||$8,500|
|Science Ed Equity||$1,000|
|Services to Students with Disabilites||$15,000|
|SO&L Leadership Involvement Consultants||$6,000|
|Summer Bridge Academy, EOP||$15,000|
|UNIQUE – Cultural Affairs Series||$32,000|
|University Learning Community||$7,000|
|Womens Resource Center||$15,000|
Budget Funding Principles
The ASI, Finance & Budget Committee will take the following Principles into consideration when selecting programs to be considered for funding for the next fiscal year. These Principles will be used as guidelines. The Committee understands that requests will not necessarily meet all Funding Principles. These Principles are designed to assist the individual(s) preparing requests with specific guidelines that follow the goals of Associated Students, Inc. These are some of the issues that the Committee will be considering when evaluating requests:
- The budget request must be responsive to one or more of the following and special consideration will be given to requests that reflect a greater number of these funding principles:
A. Promoting academic achievement, retention, professional development and career placement.
B. Promoting diversity and strengthening campus cultural relations.
C. Creating on-campus jobs for students.
D. Supporting established programs which have existed for 3 years or more.
- Innovative pilot projects will be given special consideration (an innovative pilot project is a program which has been in existence no more than two (2) years).
A. Must show evidence of criteria noted above.
B. Must show evidence of having pursued stable funding for at least one year or more.
C. Must show intent to collaborate with other campus programs/services.
The following are on-going practices that the Committee will be mindful of when making their recommendations.
- The purpose of the requested budget allocation is to determine that ASI grant revenue is used in an efficient and effective manner according to the grant recipients stated purpose.
- Reasonable attempts will be made to maintain the spirit of student referenda.
- Consideration for unexpected expenses or contingent events (e.g. consideration of liability insurance).
- Associated Students’ corporate responsibilities and Good Standing requirements will be met in the development of budget allocations.
- If reductions are necessary, they will not be “across the board” but will ensure that funding levels provide for quality and viability of services and are responsive to individual program differences and needs.
- Budget allocations will take into consideration the current fiscal constraints of the overall University Budget.
- Applicants that have received funding the prior year must have turned in their final program report by July 31st. Otherwise, they will not be eligible for current funding.
- Programs that have received two (2) consecutive years of ASI funding will be expected to have significant funding from other sources, providing a realistic plan for long-term program support for self sufficiency.
- Programs that serve more than the student body will be expected to use Associated Students’ funds to provide substantially lower fees to student participants while ensuring that faculty, staff and general public fees are self supporting.
- Grants are restricted to University sponsored programs and activities.
- Programs that are granted ASI funding must provide acknowledgment of the source of funds and the ASI logo on all printed promotional material prepared for the program.
Student Assistant Wages
**ASI Student Employment Classifications for External Grant Programs
Range A – Entry Level $8.00 – $8.49 per hour
Range B – Intermediate Level $8.50 – $9.99 per hour
Range C – Experienced Level $10.00 – $13.00 per hour
Entry level position requiring no previous experience or specific skills; may require entry-level computer knowledge (i.e. Word, Excel); works under direct supervision; training is provided; limited scope of responsibility. Typical tasks may include but aren’t limited to: general receptionist/customer service duties; answer questions; answer phones; direct calls; cashiering; general clerical tasks such as copying, filing, data entry
Intermediate level position requiring at least six months previous experience and some specific job skills; may require intermediate computer knowledge (i.e. Word, Excel); works under more general supervision; broader scope of responsibility which may require independent judgment.
Typical tasks may include but aren’t limited to: driving cart with passengers, more advanced clerical tasks that require typing proficiency; more complex cashiering responsibilities.
Experienced level position requiring at least one year previous experience and special skills; may require advanced computer knowledge (i.e. Word, Excel) as well as other specialized software (i.e. InDesign, database software); work with minimal supervision; broad scope of responsibility requiring use independent judgment; may work with confidential data; may supervise other student employees, volunteers or participants; may require graduate student status or a minimum number of units in a particular area of study; performs more technical complex tasks or projects; may assume leadership role in the absence of the supervisor Typical tasks may include but aren’t limited to: mentoring/tutoring; complex data entry and analysis; create reports; coordinate program services/events.
For questions please contact: (916) 278-6784