SGA Committee Update

Joseph Vaughn, SGA president, Queens University of Charlotte, 2013-2014 Joseph Vaughn, SGA president

 

The Student Government Association Public Affairs Committee has released information regarding the projects of SGA’s different committees to fulfill its mission of keeping students informed and involved.

The Academic Affairs Committee is working on getting a printer installed in North Residence Hall and is in the process of inquiring about the elimination of self-scheduled exams.

The Campus Improvement Committee is discussing some possible changes to improve the atmosphere around campus for students, such as: speakers to play music outside of the Coffee House and a grill for the lawn in front of the Levine Center for Wellness and Recreation.

The Campus Health, Safety and Security Committee had a successful campus safety walk, because of which it is planning to replace lights in several areas. It is also working on getting better access for students to the Rogers Science building.

The Campus Life Committee would like to make the five meal plan available to all students and is trying to get the unlimited plan to include more Lion’s Dollars to spend at Einstein Bros Bagels. They have also added wireless routers in Wireman, Albright and Hayes residence halls.

The Senior Year Experience Committee is preparing for the Royal Ball on Jan. 31. Seniors are being sought for a Spring panel for the First Year Experience.

The Budget Committee would like to inform students that $19,000 is allotted for the rest of the year

For more information, follow SGA on Twitter @QUCSGA and like its Facebook page titled “Student Government Association of Queens University of Charlotte.” Weekly meeting minutes are available at on myQueens in SGA’s shared documents folder.

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