Wednesday, Oct. 4

As the federal government continues to cut programs to disenfranchised communities ASI continues its efforts to support students at The Beach. Visit for all things that Long Beach State and ASI are doing to support ONE Beach. Remember, DACA renewal applications are due by this Thursday, Oct. 5 .
Message From President Nino
Welcome to the first edition of this year's ASI Student Government newsletter. My team and I are taking additional strides in an effort to communicate more effectively with our campus community by launching this new e-newsletter. Each week there are between five and ten meetings in student government and this message will serve as a resource for important initiatives that your student government is undertaking. Additionally, we will spotlight clubs, organizations and programs that ASI has sponsored and share events my team has put together. 

I f you have any questions or suggestions about things we can include, email me at Thank you for subscribing and we hope this becomes a valuable resource to you. 

Go Beach!
Wednesdays - 3:30 p.m. Farber Senate Chambers (USU-234)
Over the past few weeks, the senate passed a resolution to support DACA and undocumented students and began defining items on their policy agenda which will include mental health, undocumented student support and advocacy for homelessness and food insecure students.

Lobby Corps 
Thursdays - 12:30 p.m. (USU 234 )
Members of Lobby Corps are supporting our DACA students by hosting phone banking for the next several Thursday mornings. Your student representatives are calling local, state, and federal representatives in an effort to garner support for our students. Join the effort!

2nd & 4th Fridays (USU-234)
On Saturday, Sept. 23, the Judiciary hosted a legal clinic for DACA recipients. Students and members of the community were able to receive legal counsel and information on resources that are available to them at LBSU and in the community.  

WHILE AT Board of Control
Tuesdays -  2 p.m. (USU-234)
Over the past few weeks, the Board of Control (BOC) has allocated several grants to student groups and individuals, including over $3,000 being awarded in travel grants for students to attend conferences to present research that is currently being conducted at the Beach. We will use this section of the newsletter to share those stories so that you can see the accomplishments that your peers are making in the academic and programmatic community.
Image from last years Eco Fashion Show.
ASI Sponsors BSU Fashion Show
The Board of Control allocated funds to support the Black Student Union (BSU) to host their 4th annual eco-fashion show  in collaboration with Jus Listen TV and residential housing. This year the event will not only be student-led, but will also feature sustainable clothing made from organic cotton to glass chips. The event will give student models, designers and make-up artists the opportunity to collaborate with professionals in the entertainment and modeling industry. Show your support for the BSU by attending. It will take place at The Pointe on Oct. 27 at 7 p.m.

Click here to watch the California State Student Association recap video for their September Meeting

The Cal State Student Association (CSSA) is a nonprofit student-run organization founded by student body presidents in 1959. CSSA is recognized by California State University (CSU) Trustees and the California legislature as the official voice of CSU students and has long advocated for access to an affordable and high-quality CSU education. Click the above image for a recap on their recent September meeting. 

  • Convocation by Dr. Jean Caveness, LBSU Associate Dean of Students, Title IX Coordinator
  • Final readings on resolution in support of the Dream Act of 2017 and the Senate Policy Agenda for 2017-18
  • Discussion on reinstating an LBSU football team
  • Election of one College of the Arts Senator
For a complete list of all minutes and agenda's visit the student government website at .