Undergraduate Student Government (USG) is part of ASASU. ASASU is made up of the five student governments of Arizona State University: the Undergraduate Student Governments at the Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic, Tempe and West campuses, and the Graduate and Professional Student Association.
The Undergraduate Student Government - West (USGW) represents students at the West campus and university levels and is the liaison between students and university administration. USG West Advocates for college affordability, registers students to vote, and ensures that students have a voice in campus and university decisions. USG West also provides club funding for organizations across the West campus through Senate Appropriations
How do I get involved with USG?
There are many ways to get involved with USG. Students can become interns in the fall, run for a senate position or executive position in the spring, or students can apply to be a director in the spring. Finally, students can apply to be on the University Boards and Committees or the ASASU Supreme Court. Follow us on Instagram/Facebook/Twitter to receive live updates about when/how to apply for these positions!
How do I bring an issue to USG's attention?
We recommend students to reach out to their senators by email. Additionally, students can directly address USG at the beginning of Senate meetings.
Appropriations are student fee funds managed by USG West and awarded to student organizations for a variety of initiatives. Student organization funding is divided into two categories: general and event funding. For more information, please visit our funding page.
When are bills due for clubs to request money from senate?
5 p.m. on the Wednesday before a senate meeting.
Want to visit USG West? Contact Elizabeth Chilton at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a tour.