This is where you'll find operating agreements and agreement templates--documents designed to help guide our auxiliary organizations as to compliance, sound business practices and other procedures.
The university president should send an initial letter to the chancellor requesting to form a new auxiliary organization. The chancellor will provide a conditional approval to allow the university to prepare official formation documents. Once the official documents are avaialble, the university president should send a final request to recognize the auxiliary organization, accompanyed by executed official documents filed and stamped with the seal of the Secretary of State as required. The chancellor will respond with a letter confirming the status as a recognized CSU auxiliary organization in good standing.
Official required documents:
New form effective August 15, 2016: Attachment 4, Addendum for Administration of Grants and Contracts
For auxiliaries who accept externally funded grants, contracts or other agreements and list “Externally Funded Projects Including Research, Workshops, Conferences and Institutes” as one of its functions, you must also execute this form (Attachment 4, Addendum for Administration of Grants and Contracts).
Verna Ale Paniani, Contracts Manager
Contract Services & Procurement
CSU Office of the Chancellor
401 Golden Shore
Long Beach, CA 90802
(562) 951-4667, or