Association for InterCultural Awareness
The Association for Inter-Cultural Awareness (AICA) is the part of Programming that plans events to highlight, celebrate, and educate students about culture and diversity. Through performances, showcases, festivals, and experiences that bring out a variety of culture based student organizations and campus departments, AICA gives students and the campus community the chance to come together to learn, grow, and appreciate one another. AICA also serves as a funding source for events hosted by culture based student organizations on campus.
Productions is the entertainment part of Programming and hosts many weekly, biweekly, and special events on campus that give students something fun to look forward to, a chance to relieve some of the stress that comes along with being in school, or just something to do while taking a break between classes. Productions events range from things like karaoke and open mic to film screenings and concerts and also include special events around midterms and finals and even the biggest event of the year, Spring Concert.
Street Team is the volunteer program of Programming and supports all of our events and activities while also giving students a place to get involved with ASI. Students interested in getting involved, helping plan and run events, learning about leadership opportunities and leadership skills, or just making new friends are encouraged to join. Street Team meetings happen each week.
Titan Tusk Force
Titan Tusk Force (TTF) is the school spirit part of Programming. TTF strives to develop a strong sense of school spirit and campus unity by planning events and activities the highlight CSUF Athletics and bring students together to have fun. These kinds of events often include, tailgates and barbecues before athletic events, food giveaways, and Homecoming activities.