The University Student Union offers plenty of possibilities to get involved on campus and houses a number offices/departments that provide leadership development and involvement opportunities for individuals and student organizations. Click here to view Associated Students Volunteer opportunities.
Associated Students is the official seat of student governance for the California State University, Long Beach campus. The Student Government division represents the student body, advocates their needs, and defends their interests in dealings with faculty, campus administrators and government officials.
This portion of ASI includes: College Beat Television, KBeach Radio, the Union Weekly Newspaper, and the Goldmine Yearbook. Each group has a number of student leadership positions/employment. Check out their websites for more information!
The Beach Pride Center is home to the Long Beach State Beach Patrol Program and ASI Commissioners. The center’s purpose is to increase campus spirit and involvement by promoting upcoming events, providing extracurricular activities, as well as offering opportunities for student leadership and personal growth. The Beach Patrol program offers reward programs for students, coordinates game time activities, and promotes upcoming campus events.
Greek Organization Center
The Greek Organization Center provides workspace and a place for social interaction among CSULB's greek letter organizations. Organizations from the Cultural Greek Council (CGC), Interfraternity Council (IFC), National Panhellnic Council (NPC), and National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) all call the Greek Organization Center home!
The Lois J. Swanson Leadership Resource Center (LRC) is a collaborative effort to develop students as effective leaders for social change. This Center administers the CSULB Leadership Academy & provides various other workshops throughout the year.
Become a member of Program Council & take your college experience to another level! It's a great way to meet new friends and gain valuable skills. As a member of Program Council, you'll learn first hand about event planning, leadership, teamwork, promotions and more.
The Robert C. Maxson Student Organization Center strives to promote interactive communication, school spirit, and to provide a space for collaborative programming among the representatives of various clubs and organizations. The Maxson Center also provides banner making materials for CSULB students.
The goal of SLD is to develop and implement out-of-classroom programs and services that educate CSULB students about ethical leadership, cultural awareness and positive social change. SLD also provides official recognition for the 300+ students organizations on campus.