The Student Government Association met Monday night to propose and pass new motions, celebrate Black History Month and appoint a new senator.
SGA met Monday, Feb. 3, to discuss new proposals and new plans for the current semester.
SGA held its first meeting of the semester Jan. 27. Senators heard presentations, allocated event funding, and welcomed seven new senators who were sworn in to fill positions left vacant after the fall semester.
The weekly SGA meeting began with presentations from Aramark general manager Jim Nabors and director of campus recreation Richard Hammond, who both served as representatives for campus projects that are proposed to be finished by the fall semester.
From a rise in tuition to the new software switch from OrgSync to Engage, multiple concerns were brought before a panel at this semester’s fourth and the Student Government Association’s final town hall of the semester in Student Center Room 214 on March 27.
SGA President Joshua Eddinger-Lucero announced the resignation of UCA chief of staff, and SGA senate members passed a resolution to change the name of Chemistry building and passed a motion to allocate additional funds to the Minority Mentorship Program.
SGA met in the lobby of Baridon Hall at 5 p.m. to add transparency to its meetings —it discussed changes to OrgSync, cafeteria hours and donations.
Fred Rhodes, a co-curricular transcript consultant, and Wendy Holbrook, assistant vice president for student engagement, leadership and service, presented an upcoming program to SGA Nov. 26, with an ambition to allow students additional opportunities for their out-of-class involvements to be…
A motion was passed during the Student Government Association’s chambers meeting to bring free menstrual products to campus. The lead senators on the project are Jennifer Cale, the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics representative and chair of the Housing and Food Service Committee,…
An informational meeting with Aramark’s General Manager Jim Nabors, a diversity Civility Circle and an upcoming food drive were discussed during the Student Government Association senate chambers meeting Nov. 5.
The Student Government Association conducted its first senate meeting Sept. 17 to discuss pivotal motions that will affect students throughout the fall and spring semesters.
SGA only funded a portion of the requested SAFA funding for Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity for their performance during Rock the Yard. SGA voted to fund only a portion of the amount, during the appeal, because the fraternity gave false information concerning their number of members during the …
After hearing three Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) appeal for more Student Activity Fee Allocation (SAFA) funds, the Student Government Association (SGA) approved an overall increase of $2,050; bringing the fall 2015 SAFA total to $129,616.78.
UCA’s Student Government Association allocated “Speak Up” funding to the food pantry, intramural scoreboard, “The Body is not an Apology,” and “Sit on It” projects at its Feb. 17 meeting.
Big changes are coming to UCA as our Student Government Association plans “Big Event” for April 11 and 12.
The Student Government Association has sent a resolution to the Conway City Council condemning the harassment of UCA students by camera crews for the reality show “Campus PD.”