ASI Student Employment Grant

ASI Student Employment Grant


Associated Students, Incorporated, (ASI) is committed to creating an active and engaged campus community at Sacramento State. Our goal of fostering campus life can only be met through the combined efforts of various programs and organizations throughout campus. Each fiscal year ASI allocates funds, which are to be disbursed to those on-campus programs that are dedicated to our common goal of serving the students.

Important Notices

Complete your application by clicking Apply Here below, a link will take you to a separate webpage. 

Starting with the 2021-22 ASI Student Employment Grant application, all applicants will only be able to apply for funding for student employment. All other requests for funding will not be considered.

All applicants will be REQUIRED to obtain their assigned Sacramento State Vice President’s signature approval, prior to being considered for funding. Please allow sufficient time to obtain the signature. Applications submitted without this signature will not be considered.

All applications must be completed and submitted using an official SacLink email and must be submitted no later than 5:00pm of the deadline date.

Additionally, all funding recipients will be required to demonstrate via the Final Year End Report that a minimum of three efforts were made to support and promote ASI to the student body. Efforts may include distributing ASI information to students, coordinating with ASI Board Members to deliver ASI presentations to the program and/or students and promoting the ASI Student Government elections held in the spring each year.

One of the three efforts must include promotion of the ASI Student Government election. Failure to report it or convey it in the Final End Year Report may result in ineligibility to receive future ASI Student Employment Grant funding. Program and/or departments may include a photo of each effort to be included in Final Year End Report.

Apply Here

Apply for the ASI Student Employment Grant Application 2023-2024

Budget Funding Principles & Budgeting Policies

Budgeting Principles & Policies

Final Report for 2021/22 Funding

ASI Student Employment Grant Final Report

2022-2023 Funding


Grant Recipient




Active Minds



        Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Student Center      $10,930

Career Tracks Program



       Center for African Peace & Conflict Resolution   $4,500
        Center for First-Generation Student Initiatives     $7,835

Center for Science and Math Success (CSMS)




College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)




Commit to Study




Community Engagement Center



        DEGREES Project     $7,860
       Department of Theatre and Dance    $11,648

Dreamer Resource Center (DRC)



        Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)     $7,328
        Executive Trainers Program (ETP)     $6,867

Faculty Student Mentor Program




Financial Wellness



        First Year Experience Space Go-to Crew    $14,885

Full Circle Project




GE Honors Program




Hornet Nights




Law Enforcement Candidate Scholars’ Program



      Leadership Initiative Students Assistants (SO&L)   $6,054
      Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Center   $9,250

Math Literacy Program




Math Partners




Math Tutoring Buddies 



        Multi-Cultural Center     $8,746
        Partnerships to Advance the Value of Education (PAVE)    $10,232

Peer and Academic Resource Center (PARC)



      Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) Program   $9,553

Pride Center




Project HMONG




Project Rebound



       Sacramento State String Project     $4,800

Sankofa Intercultural Competence and Global Leadership Program 



      School of Nursing TA program   $7,950
      SEE Ambassador Program   $6,790

Serna Center



        Student Service Center     $15,000

Summer Bridge (EOP) 



       The Odyssey Program      $5,785
      Tsakopoulos Hellenic Collection (University Library)   $5,655
        Women’s Resource Center    $7,400




Questions concerning the application or process should be directed to: ASI, Director of Finance and Administration, Mark Montalvo at or Michael Eldridge at