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Student Government Positions

June 7




Interested in getting involved on campus? Join ASI Student Government! Share your voice and represent your student body!

Student government is committed to the principle of shared governance with the university. Officers represent students and provide them with resources necessary for their intellectual, social and physical development.

Plus, officers receive personal and professional development training in communication skills, leadership, resolution writing and more. Additionally, they receive a scholarship for their service! This is your chance to make an impact on campus. Apply for student government to be an advocate for over 37,000 students. Leave your legacy at Long Beach State!

Here are the open positions you can apply for today!

  • Academic Affairs Officer
  • Commissioners:
    • Cultural Affairs
    • Disability Affairs
    • Environmental Justice
    • LGBTQIA+ Affairs
  • Lobby Corps Representative (3)
  • Trustee At Large:
    • University Student Union and Student Recreation & Wellness Center Board of Trustees (UREC BOT)
  • Senators:
    • College of the Arts (2)
    • College of Business (2)
    • College of Education (2)
    • College of Engineering (1)
    • College of Health Human Services (2)

The deadline to apply is June 7!

To check out position descriptions, visit asicsulb.org/government.

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