Thu 2 Oct 2014 6:00AM

ARTICLE: what is the cssa

JB Jacob Bloom Public Seen by 11

What is the California State Student Association
Prior to 1979, the CSSA was the California State Student Presidents Association, and was composed of the Presidents of each California State University (CSU) campus. As the CSSA, campus Presidents are now able to appoint and send a representative in their stead, with Presidents round table meetings no longer being open to the public. The CSSA is supported by $5035 in annual dues paid for by associated student fees, and by a separate, recently passed $4 fee per student. The CSSA not only consists of some 40 students, but has a full time staff supplied by the chancellors office. It conducts monthly meetings where student representatives and presidents are flown in from across the state. The next meeting is in Humboldt October 10th.


Edmund Alexander Keenan Thu 2 Oct 2014 10:51PM



Jacob Bloom Fri 3 Oct 2014 6:03AM

cssa is trying to stop surviving on campus membership dues. makes it so a.s. presidents have no authority over cssa