The applications for Student Government Association elections and for Homecoming committee are now available on OrgSync.
The Repurposing Club’s proposal for recycling bins on campus failed, resulting in further discussion of on-campus recycling.
Student Government Association is having an election to fill two Freshman At-Large senate seats.
Student Government Association members are focused on tying up loose ends a month before new officers take office.
The individual funding policy was added to the Student Senate Standing Rules, saying SGA will only fund organizations not individuals.
Student Government Association is asking student organizations to consider budgets when requesting funding.
Student senators are working on two new resolutions for this semester that could make students’ lives a little easier.
Student Senate members voted to change the frequency of their meetings. The decision was made to hold meetings on a bi-monthly schedule for the Spring 2015 semester. Previously, the organization held meetings once a week.
Yesterday, Thursday April 3, SGA released the election results for the 2014-2015 SGA high officers. The results were as follows: Beatrize Martinez- SGA President Terrance Craft- Student Senate President and Vice President of SGA MaryAnn Grover- Student Activities Council President and Vice President of SGA Students voted for SGA high officers on Tuesday April 3…
The 2014 Student Government Association high office winners were announced Thursday. Beatrize Martinez was re-elected as president of SGA. Terrance Craft won Vice President of SGA, President of Student Senate. Maryann Grove won Vice President, President of Student Activities Council. The votes were cast April 1 and 2. Applications to be on the SGA executive…
The Oklahoma House voted March 14 to declare the Affordable Care Act as unconstitutional.
Senators voted to approve Student Government Association’s appointments for the 2011-2012 academic year at their first meeting with the new senatorial board.
Current Student Government Association leaders offered their support and wishes of good luck to incoming Senators April 5 at the last Senate meeting for the current Senate body
Senators will vote to approve allotments for the Fall semester and will vote on one piece of legislation at their weekly Senate meeting.
The Student Government Association allotment committee met March 31 to determine how much to fund student organizations’ requests for the Fall 2011 semester.
With only one Senate meeting remaining, senators are working to be fiscally responsible when spending remaining funds.
Senators will present eight pieces of legislation March 29 at the weekly Senate meeting.
Senators approved one bill that was on the floor tonight.