CSU Board of Trustees approves voluntary student fee

Jessica Nguyen [follow id = “xjessnguyen”] On Jan. 28, the California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees voted to approve a $4 voluntary student fee, also known as the Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF), after funding models were revised.…

Sullivan looks for support to keep Student Success Fee allocation up to campus, not state

Currently, how the Student Success Fee is used is up to the campus. ASI President Joi Sullivan wants to keep it that way.

CSSA releases legislative scorecard

The California State Student Association (CSSA) put out its 2014 legislative scorecard last week to educate CSU students on how California legislators have supported issues critical to the CSU.

Mustang News Weekly Recap, Oct. 9, 2014: UPD pilots 9-1-1 campaign, ASI fights potential fee increase

Mustang News anchors Mallory St. George and Dillon Payne recap Mustang News’ biggest stories this week.

ASI fights potential fee increase

Cal Poly students could pay $4 more in fees next year to fund an organization most of them have probably never heard of.

Mustang News, Feb. 25, 2014: ASI works on greek party resolution, CLA fee vote opens

Mustang News anchor Christina Favuzzi covers today’s top stories at Cal Poly.

CSSA wants a dollar

California State Student Association (CSSA) plans to create system-wide fee. The California State Student Association (CSSA), a nonprofit student association that represents the California State University (CSU) system on the state and national level, is working to implement a system-wide…

Brown pulls trigger, more budget cuts

California Gov. Jerry Brown released his yearly budget proposal last Thursday, introducing the possibility of additional cuts to the California State University (CSU) system. The proposed cuts come less than a month after a December trigger cut slashed $100 million…

ASI spreads Cal Poly influence to state level

Sarah Storelli is the ASI President. Storelli along with Kostas McDade and Nick Dindio write the State of the Students column.

California State University approves tuition increase

The California State University Board of Trustees Committee on Finance approved a two-step tuition increase to ensure quality service to incoming and continuing students, despite some opposition.