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ASU OFFICE IS LOCATED:
Student Services Center Building
You were approached by an Executive Council Board Member to serve as a chaperone on a conference or trip.
What expenses are covered?
What do I need prior to the trip?
What do I need during the trip?
Besides paperwork, what else am I responsible for during the trip?
What do I need to do after the trip?
Your club is planning to attend a conference –OR- You were approached by a student to serve as a chaperone for a club conference.
Before you say "YES":
What expenses may be covered?
Make sure you know exactly how much money is allowed to be used for the trip. DO NOT assume there is enough money to cover everything. The ASU may be covering only a portion of the costs.
What forms do I need to submit prior to the trip?
ALL forms are posted on the LAVC website.
A complete procedural check list titled "ASU Conference Travel" is available in the new Associated Student Union Manual. The ASU board and Advisor will be happy to share this manual with you for more details on the trip, and additionally, you can request from the ASU:
What does it mean to be a faculty club advisor?
Club advisors play a very important role when it comes to campus life and activities. Below are a few items for you to consider before you agree to serve as a club advisor.
Any questions? Please call Dr. Elizabeth Ortiz at 818-947-2702 for more information.