In the past year, SGA has worked diligently to make the Town Hall process relevant and issue-oriented. From this, we created a separate event – Club Forum – just for our club leaders to share information about upcoming events and engage in some form of personal or club development.
Since the start of last fall semester, SGA has hosted open forums regarding smoking and drinking on campus, security and transportation, prayer at commencement and parking. On Monday, November 7, we are hosting a Town Hall regarding Late Night Safety.
SGA will moderate a productive and positive discussion between students and administrators on campus to ensure that your feedback is heard. Come out to this event and learn the facts about recent events on campus, hear what is being done currently to enhance late night safety and find out how you can be part of the solution.
Trust me, I know that you may be busy with papers, homework or other events and activities, but if you want to be part of the positive solution regarding late night safety, you’ll want to be there. For your time, we’re offering $100 Visa Gift Card raffles – 1 for a lucky resident and another for a lucky commuter.
SGA is holding true to its mission, but without your voice and presence, we are a less powerful organization. We are here to represent the student body… but positive discussion starts with you. We’ve organized this event because there it is impossible for SGA to hear issues you may have without you speaking up. We can’t be in your dorm room, on the shuttle or even in the cafeteria at all times… but we can provide the venue for you to come out and share your thoughts.
I hope that you will join us on Monday evening. As always, please feel free to contact the SGA at any time:
Call or Text: (443) 494-9742 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Twitter: @StevensonSGA | Facebook: facebook.com/stevensonsg
See you Monday,
President, Student Government Association