ASUCI Senate Minutes
Thursday, May 03, 2012


  1. I. Bureaucratic Procedure
    1. a. Call to Order by Noelle at 5pm
    2. b. Approval of Minutes
      1. i. Motioned by Jen
      2. ii. Seconded By Nicole
    3. c. Approval of Agenda
      1. i. Motioned by Nicole
      2. ii. Seconded By Ben
    4. d. Roll Call led by Patrick Le
      1. i. Council Members

1. Ben Pan

        1. 1. Brian Dinh
        2. 2. Bond Nguyen
        3. 3. Carissa Cruz
        4. 4. Crystal Ukpong
        5. 5. Dillon Gamboa
        6. 6. Furzan Azam-absent
        7. 7. Jennifer Song 
        8. 8. Jessica Do
        9. 9. Neil Bautista
        10. 10. Nicole Hisotomi
        11. 11. Melissa Gamble
        12. 12. Raymond Delacruz-absent
        13. 13. Reza Zomorrodian
        14. 14. Shiv Gandhi- late 5:12pm
        15. 15. Yalda
        16. 16. Skyla Zhang
        17. 17. Michelle Vasquez
      1. ii. Exec Members
        1. 1. Vikram Nayudu-absent
        2. 2. Patrick Manh Le-absent 
        3. 3. Charlyn Arellano-absent
        4. 4. Jun Wang-absent
        5. 5. Genevieve Galman
      2. iii. Ex-Oficio Members
        1. 1. Daisy Hurrera- absent
        2. 2. Melissa Mayr- absent
    1. e. Guest List
      1. i. Stacie, Student Center
        1. 1. Events Services; launch the ring mall spaces, financial institutions and office/retail space and student life enrichment. Also, tours are going into the registrar’s. Visitor has increased by 112% and wants to bring outside funding.  Make 11,586,500 from student fees and about 3000 dollars from event services. More money generate the less you take from student fees.  Has done small marketing to generate. Not as much traffic in the bookstore needed. Expenses  include 8500000 in loan obligations and assessments. 600000 goes to student staff.   Increase office efficiency Customer Relationship management to make reservations more efficient.  Create complete meeting package pricing for conference center. Global Viewpoint Lounge—expose to students passively the outside world. Obtain  acced--one stop--shop certification. Student Focused Accomplishments—Fuel for finals, tickers for center. Increased building hours and concerts on the terrace. And adding Video conferencing and reduced chemicals  and pesticides reduced by 40% fee.  Blood Donor Center—UCI MC collects students blood and working on eliminating. Cross Cultural Center bookings—summer will be booked by student center and event services  and with programs are getting cut but would like to have it booked during the summertime. Front Entry Enhancements looks really really cool.  All the places in one location and now looks for international certification to get the university’s name on the map.  Including the pillars of UCI’s excellence.   It’s looking to be more low maintenance.  Coming fall charge a $25 no show fee.  Encourages groups that do not need the space to release it for others.  Money for the bookstore has dropped 3 ½ million dollars when the money goes back to UCI. Price match guarantee, Book rental program, ebooks available,  Compare/compete/collect  price comparisons posted on the bookstore website. All products online. Tell publisher of getting only the required reading a professor needs for teaching material to lower costs.  Change buyback policies. Rafter is the rental program.  Implemented all for Fall. Money regenerated are restricted and cannot be used for academics.  Student fees will NOT be wasted. 
        2. II. Public Comment
        3. III.
        4. IV. Old Business
    2. a. Legislation
      1. i. B47-21 - Business Dean Student Luncheon
        1. 1. Table til Tuesday: 
      2. ii. B47-22 – Bio Week
      3. iii. Floor: Carissa/Reza
      4. iv. Question: Nicole/Reza
      5. v. Vote: 14-0-0
      6. V. New Business
    3. a. Awards Voting
    4. b. Transition Binders (ASUCI Conference Room)
      1. i. Make letters
      2. ii. Personalized the Binders
      3. VI. Reports
    5. a. Executive
      1. i. President
      2. ii. EVP
      3. iii. Admin VP
      4. iv. Academic VP
      5. v. Student Services VP 
      6. VII. Special Committee Reports
      7. i.
      8. VIII. Adjournment of Meeting