Auxiliary organizations are nonprofit organizations—such as student bookstores, housing, institutes and recreation centers—that are authorized to provide supplemental services and support to the campuses of the California State University.
These documents are designed to help guide the CSU’s auxiliary organizations when it comes to compliance, sound business practices and governing-board meeting procedures.
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AOA’s members are the auxiliaries of the CSU’s 23 campuses.
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Those who serve on the governing board of an auxiliary organization must follow a clear, consistent investment plan.
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