CLASC Treasurer James Suazo
with Santa Ana City Councilman
The College of Liberal Arts Student Council at CSULB is committed to serving students by expanding educational opportunities in and out of the classroom, fostering relationships with the community, celebrating scholarly and creative activity, and critically engaging leaders for an ever-changing world.
Our guiding vision is to best represent the students and community of the College of Liberal Arts; your philanthropic generosity is crucial to the student-led programs and grants that impact our organizations.
This is evident in the spirit of our students, as our members are constantly utilizing the leadership training and experience they gain with CLASC and the liberal arts to serve the academic community as well as the greater Long Beach community at large.
Whether it is through their first-year experience as a freshman or in an advanced degree program, the skills students create through involvement with CLASC challenges them to critically engage and ethically question society to improve it for all.
CLA students presenting their visions at
CLASC's leadership retreat in Spring 2012.
Because of your investment in opportunities for students, we are able to help educate and mentor our future leaders. Our focus is to provide grants for academic student organizations, assist students with leadership development through student-centered programs, and to foster student research.
I invite you to learn how your philanthropy and our programs can help influence a globally engaging world. I would be happy to provide you with any additional information.
Thank you for visiting our website and learning more about us!
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CLASC President receives CSULB Barret Scholarship for full undergraduate tuition
Inaugural Benefit Art Auction aims to raise funds for students and highlight 1920's themed art
Office of the Treasurer
Treasurer, Financial Cmte Chair
Financial Cmte Vice-Chair