ASI Student Resource Advisor


The ASI Student Resource Advisor provides support as a peer mentor for Stanislaus State students and serves as a liaison for students with faculty and administration. As a currently enrolled student, the Student Resource Advisor is someone who is connected to “student life” and speaks from the student’s perspective. The Student Resource Advisor is dedicated to providing a safe and empowering environment for students and is committed to working for the betterment of all students.

Duties of the Student Resource Advisor 

  • Assist students with grade appeal process
  • Serve as resource referral agent to students
  • Act as a liaison between the University and the Associated Students, Inc. pertaining to student rights and regulations
  • Assist students in the understanding of university policies and procedures
  • Assist students with the Student Petition for Exception to University-Wide Requirements process

Web Conferencing Camera Policy

This policy asserts that student’s grades shall not be penalized for their inability to participate in classes without their cameras on. As stated in the policy, “Faculty may not require students to have their cameras on during synchronous class sessions until such time as permanent policy is approved and in place and that student choice of having their camera on or off will not directly impact student grades.” To read more about this policy, click here.

If you feel like your grades have been affected due to your inability to turn on your camera during the academic year and would like assistance in addressing this issue, contact our ASI Student Resource Advisor.

Student Resource Advisor Forms

Important Deadlines to Remember


Spring 2021

Fall 2022

Submit First Grade Appeal**



Census Date – Add/Drop Course



** Grade appeals may only be submitted in the first four weeks of the semester following the semester in which grade was received. Example: To challenge a grade received for the Fall or Winter semesters, a grade appeal must be submitted during first four weeks of the Spring semester.

Contact Info

For more information, questions or concerns contact the ASI Student Resource Advisor via email at