As a Cal Poly Pomona student, you pay ASI fees each quarter. Want to know where all that hard-earned cash goes? We've laid it out so you can see exactly where your individual fees go.
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Fall Quarter 2010 Fees
|Associated Students, Inc. Fee||$30.88|
|Bronco Student Center Fee||$83.76|
Breakdown of Fees
ASI is responsible for maintenance and upkeep of the Bronco Student Center, one of the main hubs on campus. In addition, professional staff are employed for management, advising, and mentorship for students.
This portion of the fees is allotted to services that ASI provides solely for students, including the ASI Tutoring Program, Bronco Fitness Center and Games Room, Etc. In addition, valuable services such as Student Government, ASI Elections, the Children's Center and blood drives are funded through these fees.
ASI strives to employ students in beneficial positions, providing over 100 job opportunities at all levels and departments. This portion of the budget is used to supply these opportunities for hands-on experience.
ASI pays these constant costs every year regardless of the current budget or financial situation which include insurance, professional fees, contracts, University services and post-retirement benefits.
This section of the budget is utilized to fund student programs, including the Bronco Events and Activities Team (BEAT), Campus Recreation, and the Bronco Exhibit Gallery. These programs are created to enrich life on-campus for students.
ASI provides student leaders and athletes with scholarships in order to allow them to focus on their education, while still participating in intercollegiate athletics and leadership development.
Student Councils/Clubs/Diversity Groups
In addition to diversity programs, each of the eight academic colleges councils receive a portion of this budget to fund clubs. These funds are used to promote student involvement which is essential to the college experience.
ASI remains fiscally responsible by setting aside funds in reserve accounts that have been established for designated purposes such as emergency funds, equipment replacement reserve and reserve for new programs.