Campus: CSU Fresno -- November 7, 2005

CSSA Elects Jennifer Reimer of Fresno State as Chair

California State Student Association (CSSA) Board of Directors has elected a new Chair of the Board of Directors at the monthly conference held on Oct. 14-16 hosted by the Associated Students at Humboldt State University.

Jennifer Reimer is from Fresno State and prior to being elected served as Vice Chair of Internal Affairs for CSSA and accepted the challenge as Chair for the 2005-2006 year. "I am looking forward to my role as Chair of the California State Student Association (CSSA). The CSSA Board of Directors is working to improve its role as advocates for CSU students' and will be focusing on three main issues: rising cost textbook prices, increase availability of financial aid, and increase the number of students registering to vote. I will make every effort to facilitate the needs of the Board as it works toward its goals," said Reimer.

Due to Reimer's dedication and leadership ability, her roll as a student leader at Fresno State has flourished. She is the Associated Student President for the 2005-2006 academic year and has held various past positions in Associated students; such as, Senator for the College for Arts and Humanities, and Vice President of Finance.

In addition to her activities with the Associated Students, she is a member of Chicano's in Law organization (CIL) and West Coast Clarinet Congress Ensemble. She is also an alumna of Alpha Xi Delta Women's Fraternity, where she held several positions, including Programs Vice President, Ritual Chair, Chaplin and Recording Secretary. Reimer's major is in Music Performance and Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance.

About the CSSA-It is the mission of the California State Student Association (CSSA) to maintain and enhance accessibility to quality education for the people of California at the California State University- the People's University. As the single recognized voice for the 400,000-plus students of the CSU system, CSSA is the acknowledged statewide student organization representing, serving, and protecting the collective interests of students in the CSU system.

Contact: Alexandria Cordon, (562) 951-4026,

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