Office of the President

Our goal is to empower students and bring tangible change when interacting with the campus administration and the larger student body. The office will center work around three main platforms:
1. Improving Campus Safety and Climate Issues
2. Holding Administration Accountable in the Adequate Provision of Students’ Basic Needs and Services
3. Leading the ASUC to Re-engage with the Student Body and Serve their Best Interests

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Office of the Executive Vice President

Our office aims to serve the campus community here at UC Berkeley with earnest efforts through management, consulting, programming, and legislation. Our office will be prioritizing time towards managing and consulting the 1,200+ student organizations on campus, maintaining and boosting the productivity of Lower Sproul (Eshleman Hall, MLK Student Union, etc.), serving the ASUC Senate through facilitating the success of the Senate’s collective vision while assisting with its outreach and visibility, and serving as the Internal and Operations Office of the ASUC.

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Office of the External Affairs Vice President

We’ve seen over this past year that student activism works. Students called for the resignation of a Regent who had been accused by many women of sexual harassment, and he resigned. Students stopped a tuition hike. Students led the fight for increased funding for the University of California. This coming year, we will continue this vital work. At City Council, the UC Regents Meetings, the State Legislature, and in Washington D.C., crucial decisions are being made that affect our students. Through lobbying and organizing, the ASUC External Affairs Vice President’s Office is the representative of students at every level of government and representation.

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Office of the Academic Affairs Vice President

The Academic Affairs Vice President office aims to support students’ academic pursuits through increased access to academic resources, grants and scholarship distribution, appointment of students to university committees and mental and physical wellness advocacy. Additionally, the office works in close partnership with the Academic Senate, Tang Center, and University Academic Advising to achieve its aims.

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Student Advocate's Office

The Student Advocate’s Office serves as a confidential and free casework service for students. We offer advice and representation to any students or student groups involved in a dispute with the University: ranging from financial aid, academic, conduct, and grievances. If you are interested in being a caseworker in our office and working one-on-one with students, please fill out the interest form and check back for our recruitment timeline in August at

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Office of Marketing & Communications

This office is an integral part of the ASUC, managing the association’s outreach to 30,000 undergraduates.


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Office of the Chief Financial Officer

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Office of the Chief Legal Officer

The Chief Legal Officer is primarily responsible for maintaining the ASUC’s nonprofit status, managing contracts with on- and off-campus entities, and aiding the Senate and other Appointed or Executive Officers in drafting legislation related to the ASUC’s internal governance. Please see ASUC Bylaw 1403 for more details:

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Office of the Chief Technology Officer

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Office of the Chief Personnel Officer

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Open applications are posted on a rolling basis throughout the year on this page. If you are interested in joining a specific part of the ASUC that is not currently accepting applications, it’s best to reach out to the head of that office, department, or commission directly using the contact information listed on our Contact Us page.