All currently enrolled Sac State Students in a matriculated program can vote for Executive Candidates. Additionally, they may vote for a representative from their college; if a graduate student, the graduate representative; or if undeclared, the representative of undeclared students.
You can vote online at www.asi.csus.edu from any computer April 21st, 8:00am through April 22nd, 7:30pm. You can vote at one of the ASI polling locations–University Union Walkway, Library Breezeway, and adjacent to the American River Courtyard Market.
The ASI Voting Sites will open at 8:00am on Tuesday, April 21st until 7:30pm and re-open Wednesday April 22nd, 8:00am-7:30pm.
2015 SAMPLE BALLOT
CANDIDATES ELIGIBLE FOR 2015 ASI ELECTIONS
MARK L. ISIDRO
YAJAYRA M. GONZALEZ
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
ANTHONY J. MAALOUF
VICE PRESIDENT OF FINANCE
SCHUYLER D. RATHBUN
VICE PRESIDENT OF UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS
MARK ANTHONY SOHL
VICE PRESIDENT OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
DIRECTOR OF ARTS & LETTERS
JUSTIN A. CORPUZ
DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION
DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE
DIRECTOR OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
ASHLEY K. MASHBURN
DIRECTOR OF NATURAL SCIENCES & MATHEMATICS
RIAD MORRAR (Withdrawn)
DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCES & INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
DIRECTOR OF UNDECLARED STUDENTS
JOHN W. MEIDINGER
DAMARIYÉ L. SMITH
CANDIDATES ELIGIBLE FOR 2015 UNION WELL INC. BOARD ELECTIONS
DIRECTOR, UNION WELL INC. BOARD OF DIRECTORS
CANDIDATES ELIGIBLE FOR 2015 STATE HORNET PUBLICATIONS BOARD
|4/2/15||Coffee & Candidates||Union Lobby||10-11am|
|4/6/15||Candidate Forum Grad, Edu,& Undeclared||UU – Summit Room||12-1pm|
|4/7/2015||Meet & Greet||Residence Hall Dining Commons||5-7pm|
|4/7/2015||Candidate Forum A&L, HHS, NSM||UU – California Suite||12-1pm|
|4/9/2015||Candidate Forum SSIS, ECS, Business||UU – Summit Room||12-1pm|
|4/13/2015||Candidate Forum VPAA, VPUA||UU – Summit Room||12-1pm|
|4/14/2015||Candidate Forum EVP, VPF||UU – Summit Room||12-1pm|
|4/16/2015||Candidate Forum Presidential||UU – Summit Room||12-1pm|
|4/21/2015||Election Kick-Off Event||Library Quad||11-1pm|
|4/21/2015||ELECTION DAY||www.asi.csus.edu||Polls open at 8am|
|4/22/2015||ELECTION DAY||www.asi.csus.edu||Polls close at 7:30pm|
|4/22/2015||Election Results Party||Epicure Restaurant||7:30-9pm|
CLUBS/ORGANIZATIONS ELIGIBLE FOR 2015 CLUB BALLOT
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Anime & Manga Society
Asian Culture Club
Circle K International
College Republicans at Sacramento State
Delta Epsilon Mu
Delta Sigma Pi
Food and Nutrition Club
Full Circle Project Student Association
Gamma Zeta Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Graduate Associate of Students in Public Policy and Administration
Hmong Health Alliance
Hmong University Student Association
Hornet Racing- Formula SAE
Lambda Theta Nu Sorority, Inc.
Mujeres Ayudando La Raza
Phi Kappa Tau
Pi Kappa Phi
Pre-Physician Assistant Club
Sacramento Metals Guild
Salsa Loca Club
Sigma Omicron Pi
Sigma Pi Alpha
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
Student California Teachers Association
Student Fashion Association
Student Veteran’s Organization
Yoga and Meditation Club
The candidates will have a lot of great things to say. We will use this page to address their comments and provide you clarification on information and facts.
Candidate Forum – Monday, April 6, 2015 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Director of Graduate Studies, Director of Undeclared Students and Director of Education
Felicia Vasquez discussed the importance of the ASI Safe Rides program. She would like to see expanded services from which she said were currently Thursday through Saturday.
Safe Rides operates during the academic sessions, September through May, on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. All that is needed is a valid One Card and a call to (916) 278-TAXI (8294) or text “SAFERIDES” to 313131.
Candidate Forum – Monday, April 13, 2015 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Vice President of Academic Affairs and Vice President of University Affairs
Iris San, candidate for Vice President of Academic Affairs stated that ASI has an Academic Affairs Advisory Council (AAAC); but it hasn’t been in effect the last couple of years. She felt that it had been pushed aside. She would like to bring it back and revamp it.
The Academic Affairs Advisory Council (AAAC) has been active the past two years. This semester our current VPAA has conducted meetings one Monday afternoon per month. Dates, times and room locations can be found here on our website.
The Academic Affairs Advisory Council (AAAC) focuses on the relationship between students at large, ASI college directors, and the ASI Vice President of Academic Affairs (VPAA) in the context of academics. Students serve as the consultative body for the VPAA, who chairs these meetings. Most often input surrounding agenda items within the faculty senate and its subcommittees is requested. The opinion of committee members is frequently sought after, and as members they are encouraged to initiate discussion/desired change surrounding any academic polices. All meetings are open to the public.
Candidate Forum – Tuesday, April 14, 2015 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Vice President of Finance and Executive Vice President
Schuyler D. Rathbun, candidate for Vice President of Finance stated that he wanted to reach out to small clubs because out of 300 clubs on campus roughly only 50 clubs are applying for or receiving DOC funding.
In the 2013-14 fiscal year, 221 clubs or organizations were awarded DOC funding through the ASI Doc process. As of March 13, 2015 DOC meeting, 173 clubs or organizations have been awarded DOC funding for the 2014-15 fiscal year.
Logan Rivera, candidate for Vice President of Finance stated that there are a lot of external grants that are new. This year we had nine or so new applications that have not been brought up before.
We did receive nine (9) additional External Grant applications this year over our total applications for the 2014-2015 academic year, but only seven (7) of our thirty-one (31) applications received were new programs to the ASI External Grant program.