Student Government Association was missing $1,492 in the most recent budget audit.
Student senators are questioning each others’ motives after what appears to be a conflict of interest involving top officials.
Members of the Strategic Planning Steering Committee will meet with students to update them on their plan for the university’s future.
The Repurposing Club’s proposal for recycling bins on campus failed, resulting in further discussion of on-campus recycling.
Student Government Association approved their semester budget during the first meeting of the semester.
Ken Williams, chemistry senior, started the Repurposing Club on campus to promote individual efforts to improve the environment.
Student Government Association has conducted yet another survey in their attempt to rethink the plus/minus grading system used at OCU. This resolution has been led by SGA President Nic Rhodes even before becoming president.
The university is in the process of strategic planning, which will help university leaders in decision-making and budget priorities.
Student Government Association’s Senate unanimously passed a Summer budget during their final meeting of the year.
Nic Rhodes beat Daniel McClain in SGA presidential election. Rhodes received 62 percent of the votes, while McClain received about 38 percent.
More than half of students surveyed agree with Student Government Association’s resolution to change the grading system.
Nic Rhodes, vice president of SGA, unofficially announced his win as SGA President.
Today is the last day for students to vote for Student Government Association president.
The candidates for Student Government Association’s 2016 election have been announced. There is only one position that has two candidates.
Applications for Student Government Association are due March 21.
Student Senate passed a vote to redistribute the seats of student senators last week.
Nic Rhodes, Student Government Association vice president, will present a plan to remove the plus/minus grade system.
Chance Johnson, president of Student Government Association, delivers the 2016 State of the Students speech, where he discusses things SGA has been working on and things he hopes to accomplish this semester.
Student Government Association faces a budget cut this year. SGA’s budget for the 2015-16 academic year is $165,000, $45,000 less than last year’s budget. SGA received notice of the cut in June, but SGA President Chance Johnson is unsure of who made the decision because of turnover in academic affairs office. “There were budget cuts…
April is Sexual Assault Awareness month and the student body elected a new vice president of Student Government Association this month too.
By Lauren Matheny, Lifestyles Editor Student Government Association is accepting applications for new officer appointments for the 2015-16 academic year. Chance Johnson, Student Government Association president-elect, will appoint officers to the SGA executive cabinet. Open positions include chief of staff, secretary of public relations, secretary of finance, and secretary of policies and initiatives. All students…
By Emily Wiley, Editor-in-Chief Students elected a new vice president of Student Government Association. Nic Rhodes, economics sophomore, was elected into the position of vice president of SGA April 1 after students voted via OrgSync. Rhodes ran against Brandon Elder, acting freshman, for the office. Rhodes was born in Hurst, Texas, where he played soccer at…
The polls have closed and the votes have been counted and the new vice president of Student Government Association has been announced. Nic Rhodes, economics sophomore, will take office at the inauguration ceremony hosted by SGA. All students are invited to the ceremony. Six other candidates ran uncontested. They automatically assumed their positions for the…
The candidates for Student Government Association’s 2015 election have been announced. There is only one position that has two candidates. Brandon Elder, acting freshman, and Nic Rhodes, economics sophomore, are running for Student Senate vice president. Election campaigns start March 24. A candidate forum will take place at 6 p.m. March 26 in the Great Hall…
Student Senate will not review the number of bills they estimated this semester.