B.Y.O.V. Bring Your Own Voice
Student Government’s spring elections will be conducted on April 12-14. Items on the ballot include presidential, vice presidential and senator-at-large candidates, as well as two referendum items. These items are as follows:
1. Shall the Student Association at St. Cloud State University adopt the updated constitution as proposed by the Student Constitution Committee which streamlines operations of the Student Government and better defines the rights of students at SCSU?
For more information on this question, please visit http://www.stcloudstate.edu/csold/organizations/SGAConstitution.asp
2. Shall the student union fee be increased by $2.70 with a potential maximum increase of $10.64 per credit, up to 12 credits per semester to upgrade and expand the Atwood Memorial Center so it may enhance services and opportunities?
For more information on this question, please visit http://www.stcloudstate.edu/atwood/redesign.asp
Get involved in Student Government
Being a member of Student Government is a great resume builder and provides excellent leadership experience for college students looking to stand out in their field. Stipends are also given to members of the organization to compensate them for their efforts. Stop by Atwood Memorial Center 138 if you’re interested in joining.
Student Government helps to promote student interests by providing funding for student organizations, allocating fees collected by the University, formally addressing issues or concerns related to the student body and representing students on a state-wide level through the Minnesota State University Student Association (MSUSA).
This semester, a delegation of students will be traveling to the state’s capital on three separate occasions over the next three months. These students will have an opportunity to represent St. Cloud State University on a state-wide level by discussing issues with our representatives. Contact Tanya Schloesser via e-mail at email@example.com if you’re interested in attending.