In Friday’s articles, “ASCSU uses given power” and “Student Fee
Review Board allocates $16 million,” some of the information about
what the Associated Students of CSU does was incorrect. The three
main factions of ASCSU are the legislative branch (senate),
executive branch and judicial branch.
The Student Fee Review Board is only formally related to ASCSU
through the vice president’s role as chair. The ASCSU vice
president holds an application process open to all students to fill
positions on the board.
SFRB allocates $418.20 per student per semester, totaling
approximately $10 million. Almost $90,000 of this allocated money
is controlled by the executive budget. Of this money, leaders of
several subgroups sign off on funding for things for which they are
responsible. For example, the executive director of the Association
for Student Activity Programming signs off on funding for ASAP.
The senate is composed of representatives from 10 colleges.
Friday’s graphic, “Where have all the Rams gone?” incorrectly
stated the president and vice president for 2000-2001. The
president was Dan Kunz. The vice president was Neil Dougherty.
In Friday’s article “ASCSU: Voice of campus since 1917,” it
incorrectly stated that a resolution requiring bike helmets on
campus passed. This resolution failed.
Also in,” Student Fee Review Board allocated $16 million,” it
incorrectly stated that $1 million of student fees is currently
allocated to ASCSU each year.
The Collegian regrets these errors.