Boards

AS Boards meet regularly. Students may sit in during meetings and get involved in AS Affairs. Please email president@ascsumb.org for more details.

Executive Board

Purpose

The Executive Board shall ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of the AS.

Board Charge

The Executive Board shall assist the President in the day-to-day operations of the AS.

Membership

a. The AS President shall chair the Executive Board.

b. The Executive Board shall be comprised of six (6) voting members including:

  • AS President
  • AS Executive Vice President
  • Vice President of University Affairs
  • Vice President of External Affairs
  • Chair of the Inter Club Council
  • Chair of the Sports Club Council

Internal Affairs Board

Purpose

The Internal Affairs Board shall serve as the official avenue to hire vacant or appointed AS officer positions. All hires will serve as nominations to the AS Senate for vote. The Internal Affairs Board shall oversee the work being done by all officers of the AS, and review any violations of the Articles of the Associated Students, Bylaws, Coded Memoranda, and any other standing piece of legislation, including attendance, by any member of the AS.

Board Charge

a. The Internal Affairs Board shall organize applicant screenings, interviews and recommend candidates to the AS Senate for official vote and appointment.

b. The Internal Affairs Board shall monitor the governing procedures of the AS, including the annual review and timely presentation of governing document changes for Senate vote.

c. The Internal Affairs Board shall serve as the point of contact for any grievance against the AS ways and means.

d. The Internal Affairs Board shall investigate and hold hearings on any violation of the Articles of the Associated Students, Bylaws, and Coded Memoranda.

e. The Internal Affairs Board shall investigate and hold hearings on any student organization suspected of violating applicable sections of the AS Articles of the Associated Students, Bylaws, and Coded Memoranda.

f. The AS President and Executive Vice President shall call hearings as needed.

Membership

a. The Executive Vice President shall chair the Internal Affairs Board.

b. The Internal Affairs Board shall be comprised of six (6) voting members including:

  • Executive Vice President
  • AS President
  • ICC Representative
  • SCC Representative
  • Senate Representative
  • Student at Large
  • Senior Coordinator of Governance and Operations

Finance Board

Purpose

To provide oversight and review of the AS General, ICC, SCC, and the AS operating budgets to ensure that AS fees are spent in the best interest of CSUMB students, sponsoring educational, recreational, cultural, social, and leadership development opportunities for the enhancement of student life.

Membership

a. The AS Executive Vice President shall chair the Finance Board. The Executive Vice President may give proxy to the AS President to chair a meeting in his/her absence.

b. The Finance Board shall be comprised of eight (8) voting members including:

  • AS Executive Vice President
  • AS President
  • Inter-Club Council Treasurer
  • Sports Club Council Treasurer
  • Programming Specialist
  • One delegate from the AS Senate
  • One Student-at-Large

Programming Board

Purpose

The Programming Board will provide a wide variety of programs and events designed to meet the development needs of the “whole” CSUMB student, as well as promote student involvement in programming activities.

Board Charge

a. The Programming Board shall serve as a collaborative event programming organization and is subject to approval by the AS Senate.

b. The AS Senate may establish general policies and financial guidelines for the Programming Board.

Membership

a. A Programming Specialist shall chair the Programming Board.

b. The Programming Board shall consist of voting members including:

  • Programming Specialists

c. There shall be one (1) designee member including:

  • Coordinator of Programming and Communications

d. The Programming Board shall be open to and comprised of volunteers

Lobby Corps

Purpose

The Lobby Corps shall serve as the CSUMB unit of advocating CSSA lobby agendas and shall lobby on behalf of students at a district and statewide level.

Board Charge

a. The Lobby Corps shall organize promotional information about current state legislation pertaining to CSU students.

b. The Lobby Corps shall have regularly scheduled in-district legislative visits.

c. The Lobby Corps shall represent CSUMB at the Chancellor’s office in Long Beach, CA.

Membership

a. The Vice President of External Affairs shall chair the Lobby Corps.

b. The Lobby Corps membership shall be open to all members of the AS.