Associated Student Government Services
ASG sponsors several student services at ESU
- FREE LEGAL COUNSELING FOR STUDENTS
A service provided by ASG, students are able to contact Ted Hollembeak, local attorney, email@example.com to set up a phone consultation in relation to legal matters such as reviewing of lease or rental property, court processes, or other matters involving legal processes. Students can also visit in person every Tuesday, when the University is open, from 1-3 p.m. in Union Services in the Memorial Union.
Calendar for Ted Hollembeak
- AUGUST 22, 29
- SEPTEMBER 12, 19, 26
- OCTOBER 3, 10, 24, 31
- NOVEMBER 14, 21
- DECEMBER 5
- JANUARY 23, 30
- FEBRUARY 6, 13, 20, 27
- MARCH 5, 19, 26
- APRIL 3, 9, 16
- MAY 1, 8
- JUNE 4, 11, 18, 25
- RECOGNIZED STUDENT ORGANIZATION (RSO) RESOURCES
ASG offers resources and incentives for being a Recognized Student Organization. From funding to your own webpage on Hornet Central, ASG is here to support your RSO! Find out about starting an RSO or receiving funding and resources by exploring Hornet Central!
- ALL THINGS RSO
All Things RSO is a program held once a semester that representatives of RSOs (Registered Student Organizations) are required to attend. The session provides information on everything RSOs need to know to run a successful RSO, from allocations to Hornet Central.
- DIP INTO DIVERSITY
Dip into Diversity is another program held once a semester that representatives of RSOs (Registered Student Organizations) are required to attend. This session provides RSOs with the tools necessary to create a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization. Strive for progress, take responsibility for their own learning, growing and mistakes that will inevitably occur and to develop a sense of empathy as leaders.
- EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FUND (EOF)
The Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) was created by the Board of Regents in 1989 to provide funding for student financial aid and community/campus service programs during each academic year. The EOF committee receives proposals, conducts hearings, and prepares a budget for expenditures from the fund. The value of the grant varies based on the area of request. Contact ASG President at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- JAMES HIRSCH SCHOLARSHIP
Dr. Hirsch was the former Vice President of Student Affairs and advisor to the Associated Student Government. Dr. Hirsh’s commitment to the furtherance of all students at Emporia State University was genuine and unwavering. The Dr. James Hirsh Student Involvement Scholarship honors the memory of Dr. Hirsh and is awarded to one student annually who has made a commitment to the students of Emporia State University; one who mirrors the dedication of Dr. Hirsh, through consistent support of campus organizations as well as the interest of all students. Applications may be found in the Scholarship Portal.
- LOVE YOUR CAMPUS MINI GRANTS
One of the main goals of ASG is to provide notable benefit to the students at Emporia State University. To this end, ASG offers grants to Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) that will support programs or projects that implement strategies which help celebrate diversity, create equity, and foster inclusion. The value of the grant varies based on the area of request. Contact ASG Business Affairs Director at email@example.com for more information.
- CAN THE BODS
Can the Bods is an annual food drive competition between Emporia State University and Washburn University. All food and monetary gifts support Corky’s Cupboard, ESU’s on campus food pantry. Help us fight food insecurity by donating all year round!
- UNITED DAY OF CARING
United Day of Caring is an event organized by ASG and Community Hornets that allows students to experience volunteering and networking with various businesses and organizations around Lyon County. This is a great one-day event to gain service hours and meet new people!
- FREE MENSTRUAL PRODUCT INITIATIVE
ASG believes access to safe hygienic menstrual products is a right, not a privilege. Therefore, ASG provides free menstrual products in most campus restrooms. Interested in adding services in your building? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- BREAKING BARRIERS CONFERENCE
Launched in 2022, ASG hosts the Breaking Barriers Conference each year. A women in leadership conference, this event brings together women who have broken barriers by becoming leaders in a world where men are deemed more fit to lead. Contact ASG President at email@example.com for additional information.
- STUDENT SUCCESS GUIDE
The Student Success Guide is a guide created by ASG to support our freshman and transfer students as they transition into college. The guide outlines ten ways to ensure success while at ESU. It also provides tips and resources to support students as they progress through their college journey. Professors can add the success guide in their course syllabus or on their Canvas courses. Email ASG Vice President at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and/or copies of printed materials.
- #WE STING GREEN CAMPAIGN
The #WeStingGreen Campaign was started by a group of Honors College students in the fall of 2021. Students wished to position ESU as a model university for environmental sustainability which launched the campaign. Currently, ASG is exploring eco-friendly practices to implement at ESU and working with various stakeholders to launch an ESU Recycling Program.
- STINGER SHOWDOWN: CLASH OF THE COLLEGES
Stinger Showdown was launched in April 2023 by the Campus & Community Relations Committee with the goal to increase relationships between Students, Faculty and Staff within each School or College. This event is now held on the Monday of Homecoming week each fall. Different Schools/Colleges compete against each other in yard games to win the College Cup!
Winners of the College Cup:
- Spring 2023: The School of Business
- Fall 2023: The Honors College (Current Cup Holder)
- CESAR CHAVEZ DAY
Started by the Honors College in Spring 2021, Cesar Chavez Day is an annual event promoting Higher Education for Hispanic students in our community. Incoming and future Hispanic students learn all about ESU, support systems and tools that will make them successful in their college career. Starting in 2024, ASG joins as the organizer and partners with the Hispanic American Leadership Organization and the Honors College. To learn more, visit the Cesar Chavez page.