A.S.I. is a not-for-profit student run auxiliary. A.S.I. is governed by a student Board of Directors who are elected each year by the student body of Cal State L.A. A.S.I. is the officially recognized voice of the students since 1959. A.S.I. representatives continually advocate for student issues.
★☆ Application Features ★☆
* works for iPod, iPhone and iPad!
- Search Functions (search for anything ASI related)
- Contact (email e-board and call e-board directly from the app!)
- Social (access to our twitter, facebook, etc)
- Documents (financial statements, publications, etc)
- About (learn more about us)
- Members (current active congress members list)
- Events (google calendar for events like midnight breakfast)
- E-Board (current active executive board list)
- Feedback (give us feedback and tell us your concerns!)
- Share (share to email, text (if using iphone)
- Minutes (find our weekly minutes here!)
- List (list of clubs and organizations)
- College Connection and Book Exchange
★☆ OTHER FEATURES! ★☆
A whole bunch of new features and goodies have been added to the official associated students app including:
- Rate our app! now students can rate our app in itunes and give feedback, reviews and suggestions.
- Notepad! students can now take notes and save them inside of the app for later use! (useful during meetings)
- Save our info! you can now save A.S.I.'s contact information directly into your contacts with one tap!
- Calculator! with a built in simple calculator, you can use without leaving the app during quick finance calculations.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to make this app a reality!
Your Student Government,
Associated Students, CSULA
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