As we enter the “-ber” months, the most wonderful time of the year gets closer, but for students, it can also be the most stressful time of the year. With midterm exams occurring just before Thanksgiving, to final exams approaching soon after, taking time for self-care can seem unproductive when there are so many other items on our to-do lists.
Have questions about what campus will look like in the spring? Let us ease your mind and answer your questions! Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) student government is hosting a Virtual COVID-19 Student Q&A session on Nov. 5, from 2 to 3 p.m. on Zoom, to discuss COVID-19 campus safety measures and repopulation plans.
Looking to get more involved in campus activities? We know there are so many options to choose from––especially during the fall. Let Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) help you in finding your next event to attend! Click on our fall activity quiz below to get some new and exciting ideas.
October is sustainability month, and there’s no better way to show your appreciation for the environment than by taking a climate pledge. Wondering how to start living a more sustainable lifestyle? We've got you covered! Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) has an entire department devoted to sustainability education. That’s right, ASI’s Sustain U is the hub for all things related to sustainability advocacy.
It’s OUTober at The Beach and the festivities have only just begun! OUTober is LGBTQIA+ history month, and it celebrates coming out and taking pride in one’s personal identities. During the entire month of October, campus departments are bringing you events and programs to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community.
With the fall semester in full swing, you need good study spots. Now that campus has re-opened, whether you are an online or in-person student, you have the option to take advantage of campus resources. Let us help you in finding a studying atmosphere that best suits your style. What are you waiting for? Check out ASI’s recommendations now!
Calling all student organizations! Enter the Student Organization Voter Registration Competition for a chance to win funding for your student club account. The top two organizations with the most Beach students registered will win prizes. The competition lasts through the special gubernatorial recall election day on Sept. 14.