SERVING STUDENTS SINCE 1887

The ASUC is one of the largest, oldest, and most autonomous student associations in the country.

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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. In addition to controlling funding for student clubs and organizations, providing resources and student programming, overseeing commercial activities and student services including the Cal Student Store and Lower Sproul Plaza in partnership with the ASUC Student Union, the ASUC advocates for students on a University, local, state, and national level and represents the student body on administrative campus committees.
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What does the ASUC do?

ASUC helps create a better experience for students on campus and in the community by supporting student services, organizations, and rights

Student Orgs Funding

The ASUC funds most undergraduate Registered Student Organizations on campus

Student Representation

The ASUC ensures that all students students have a say in the organization and governance of the University

Student Support

The Student Advocate’s Office helps students when they have grievances with the University

Student Services Management

The ASUC manages millions of dollars in student services which go back to the student body

Student Resources

The ASUC funds and oversees programs like SUPERB, OCF, DeCals, and other organizations that serve students

Advocacy & Policy-Changing

The ASUC is the driving voice at Berkeley for student-led change both on and off-campus

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What is the ASUC? In this video, ASUC officials talk about how the ASUC shapes and enhances student life at UC Berkeley.
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Letter in Opposition to Proposed Title IX Changes

As representatives on behalf of both the Associated Students of the University of California, representing the nearly 42,000 students of UC Berkeley, and the University of California Systemwide Title IX Advisory Board, representing  nearly 238,000 students across the UC system, we are writing to express strong opposition to the Department of Education’s proposed changes to the rules surrounding campus sexual assault and misconduct under Title IX, as reported by the New York Times.

Offices Come Together at the ASUC Conference

Bright and early on the morning of Sunday, September 30, members of the various ASUC offices gathered for the ASUC Conference. The conference, only in its third year, represents the only time in the year where the entire ASUC come together for a day to learn more about the institution, share ideas and meet people

Letter in Support of AFSCME 3299

AFSCME 3299 has been in negotiations with the UC for over 20 months, and the UC’s current proposal includes wage increases that don’t keep up with inflation, cuts to healthcare and retirement benefits, and continued exploitation of contracted and student labor. Furthermore, the UC continues to ignore data that shows its role in perpetuating inequality. A recent report based on UC’s own employment data shows that the UC still contributes to gross inequality along the lines of race and gender - with Black and Latino workers making on average 20 and 21% less, respectively than their white counterparts.

The Universal Locker Room – Reflections From William Morrow

William Morrow served as the President of the Associated Students of the University of California (ASUC) in the 2016-2017 Academic Year. He played an exceptional role in leading the creation of a proposal for the Universal Locker Room Project, a large-scale collegiate universal locker room, the first of its kind in California. William Morrow describes

ASUC Senate Meeting Recap: 9/19/2018

The following bill was passed on September 19, 2018: Senate Resolution No. 2018/2019-007: Amending the ASUC Housing Security Fee Oversight Committee  

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The ASUC is always looking for passionate, engaged members of the campus community to contribute to our ongoing mission to provide the best services and resources for every student.

With a variety of specializations ranging from advocacy to technology, there's a place for everyone in the ASUC!

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Serving Students since 1887.

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.

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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.

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STUDENT ORGS FUNDING

The ASUC funds most undergraduate Registered Student Organizations on campus

STUDENT REPRESENTATION

The ASUC ensures that all students students have a say in the organization and governance of the University

STUDENT SUPPORT

The Student Advocate’s Office helps students when they have grievances with the University

STUDENT SERVICES MANAGEMENT

The ASUC manages millions of dollars in student services which go back to the student body

STUDENT RESOURCES

The ASUC funds and oversees programs like SUPERB, OCF, DeCals, and other organizations that serve students

ADVOCACY & POLICY-CHANGING

The ASUC is the driving voice at Berkeley for student-led change both on and off-campus

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