The primary group that helps students plan and provide campus activities, distribute activity funds, initiate changes in policy, and represent themselves to the University’s administration and the broader community is ASDU. This group of elected student representatives serves both as the student activities association and the student government board. The members of the ASDU Senate are composed of representatives from all four class levels of regular day program students.
Opportunities exist for involvement in many activities on and off campus. ASDU is committed to helping student clubs and organizations through funding and publicity. All ASDU meetings are open to the public and to any student wishing to attend. In addition, students who perceive a need for a new and different organization on campus are invited to discuss their ideas with ASDU, the Dean or Assistant Dean of Students, or the Director of Housing.
Visit their website at www.asduc.com
The Associated Students of Dominican University represents the interests of the student body to the Dominican Community as well as the greater Marin community. ASDU offers opportunities to develop communally and as leaders, scholars, and individuals.
ASDU is committed to organizing events, socials, and volunteer activities for the entire student body. There are four different committees: Programming, Community Outreach, Food, and Student Union. Non-ASDU members are invited to join these committees in an effort to encourage participation between the student body and the student government. Involvement includes biweekly meetings. For more information about these committees, contact your ASDU representative.