The ASUC is one of the largest, oldest, and most autonomous student associations in the country.
ASUC helps create a better experience for students on campus and in the community by supporting student services, organizations, and rights
After numerous meetings with campus leadership including the Chancellor and multiple Vice Chancellors (VCs) and the passage of ASUC Senate Resolution No. 2018/2019-057, we are happy to announce that campus leadership has agreed to the following accommodations during Ramadan:
On behalf the Associated Students of the University of California, representing the nearly 42,000 students of UC Berkeley, we are writing to express our strong support for the Green Affordable Housing Package Referral.
On behalf of the Associated Students of the University of California, we are writing to express support for the Shattuck Terrace Green Apartments development at 2190 Shattuck Avenue, which would bring much-needed market-rate and affordable housing to the City of Berkeley. We are enthusiastic about affordable housing initiatives, and believe the $10.1 million contribution to the city’s affordable housing trust fund is much needed. Students continue to struggle with finding housing and meeting their basic needs in Berkeley.
Creating change on campus is hard. That's why we need you with us. Here's the chance to learn more about what it's like to work in one of the nation's largest, oldest and most autonomous student governments.
In line with the holiday season, both MLK and Eshleman Hall will observe complete closure periods during the campus wide winter curtailment from December 15th to January 22nd.
With a variety of specializations ranging from advocacy to technology, there's a place for everyone in the ASUC!
WHAT IS THE ASUC?
The Associated Students of the University of California (ASUC), is the officially recognized student association at the University of California, Berkeley. Known as one of the largest and most autonomous student organizations in the nation, the ASUC is an independent 501(c)3 non profit organization separate from University governance.
WHAT DOES THE ASUC DO?
ASUC helps create a better experience for students on campus and in the community by supporting student services, organizations, & rights.
The ASUC ensures that all students students have a say in the organization and governance of the University
The Student Advocate’s Office helps students when they have grievances with the University
The ASUC manages millions of dollars in student services which go back to the student body
The ASUC funds and oversees programs like SUPERB, OCF, DeCals, and other organizations that serve students