Student Government

Student Government

Get involved with Associated Students in 2019-2020

The Associated Students of ASU, ASU’s Official Student Government, exists to serve ASU’s students across all campuses and undergraduate and graduate programs!

We provide a number of student-run services and advocate for student initiatives including student wellness, campus safety, community outreach, civic engagement and ASU pride and traditions. ASASU also facilitates the distribution of funding from the student activity fee to clubs and organizations across ASU. ASASU voices students' concerns and interests at the University, local, state and national levels and provides students with experience and training through active political participation.

ASU Student Governments

ASASU is made up of the four Undergraduate Student Governments at the Downtown Phoenix campus, Polytechnic campus, Tempe campus and West campus; along with the Graduate and Professional Student Association.


ASASU Council of Presidents (COP)

COP is comprised of the five elected Presidents from each of the student government organizations.

The COP comes together and collaborates every week to stay updated, act on our priorities and voice feedback on university-wide initiatives, programs, events and issues. This year, with the help of each student government and our student organizations, COP will focus on five areas of priority:

  • Civic and Community Engagement: Voter registration events and student forums to gain your feedback.
  • Collaboration and Communication at ASU: Including better transparency and accountability from your student governments, with an emphasis on providing relevant programming on all campuses for all students.
  • Spirit, Pride, Tradition and Overall Affinity: Through the promotion of more inclusive traditions on all campuses and overseeing improvements to the ASU App.
  • Diversity and Inclusion: Improving services and advocacy on every campus to empower Sun Devils from all backgrounds to thrive at ASU.
  • Health, Wellness and Safety: Programming and advocacy focused on holistic health: physical, mental, financial and academic wellness.

2019 COP meeting minutes   View priorities



new council of presidents

L-R: Leah Jones, Tony Camisi, Dan Pasco, Hanna Salem, Yasmin Alvarardo


Get involved

Whether you would like to participate in a few hours of volunteer work or gain real world experience, ASASU is a great way to develop skills in advocacy and student leadership while building friendships along the way!

If you have any ideas, concerns or suggestions that you would like to share with the Associated Students of Arizona State University or if you would like to become involved, check out our websites or come see us at our respective campuses! Go Devils!

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