CSU ASA

Academic and Student Affairs

The division of Academic and Student Affairs focuses on student success and staff and faculty support while providing leadership and assistance to the 23 CSU campuses. Serving our 485,000 students and 56​,000 faculty and staff, Academic and Student Affairs is committed to working cooperatively with all campus partners to provide students with countless opportunities to achieve their current and future educational and career goals, thereby​ contributing to California’s economy, culture and society.​


Recruiting the Executive Vice Changeller , Academic & Student Affairs 

Recruiting the Executive Vice Chancellor, Academic and Student Affairs

The California State University – one of the most ethnically, economically, and academically diverse university systems in the United States – is seeking its next Executive Vice Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs.​


​Learn More About th​e EVC Recruitment


Departments

​The departments that make up Academic and Student Affairs at the CSU collaborate with campus partners to nurture students in the achievement of their goals.

See What ASA Does

About Us

ASA’s focus is on providing a high-quality educational experience for California’s diverse student body.

Meet O​ur Leaders and Learn About Our Mission

Board of Trustees Presentations

Find recent presentations by the division of Academic and Student Affairs to CSU Trustees.

Explore Past Presentations


Student Affairs Council​

Campus vice presidents for student affairs, enrollment management, and/or campus diversity comprise the core membership of the council.​

Learn About the Council​ ​(for CSU staff; login required)​

Academic Affairs Council

Campus provosts and vice presidents for academic affairs comprise the core membership of the council.

Learn About the Council ​(for CSU staff; login required)​


Coded Memos

This database houses Academic and Student Affairs coded memos dating back to 2002.

Find a Coded Memorandum

Accreditat​ion & State Authorization

The CSU campuses are accredited by the Western Association ​of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

Learn More about Accreditation & State Authorization​​​