*Correction: An earlier version of this article indicated that Senator Beacham talked directly to SG President Grantham about the hiring bill. Beacham communicated to Grantham through the attorney general, not directly, about the possible signing of the bill. Constitutions and Statutes This summer, SG has faced difficulty hiring executive branch […]
UNF officials announced May 11, the Activity and Services (A&S) fee, the $4.4 million in student fees UNF allocates to Student Government (SG), would no longer be used to fund a student government lobbyist. According to UNF lobbyist Janet Owen, there was a complaint regarding a student lobbyist sent to […]
Student Health Services may be moving off campus, Student Body President Caleb Grantham told senators Wednesday. Located in the Brooks College of Health, Student Health Services provides students with free diagnosis, consultations and medical referrals. They also provide immunizations, physicals and STD testing at low costs for students. “The university […]
The Budget & Allocations Committee, with four voting members, approved $5,081 in travel requests in the first committee meeting of the summer semester.
Vice President of Student Affairs Dr. Mauricio Gonzales decided that student fees should not be spent on a Student Government lobbyist, according to SG Business Manager Dawn Knipe.
Senate President Chase Baker and Senator Katherine Thames decided to postpone Student Government’s declaration of support for Divest UNF because they felt the meeting’s agenda was too full.
The University Student Affairs committee passed a bill (5-0-0) to the Senate supporting Divest UNF.
Caleb Grantham and Isabella Genta are officially, with no surprise or suspense, your new Student Government President and Vice President.
The validation of the Spring 2016 election will occur one week earlier than anticipated because the election must be confirmed within ten business days.
More on the Club Reform Bill and clarifications to Policies and Procedures.
An uncontested election did not deter students from voting for “The Baker Bill” (CR-16S-2926), an attempt to raise the minimum GPA for Student Government members from 2.25 to 2.5. A total of 888 students voted for “The Baker Bill” and 158 voted against. The ballot also featured two plebiscites, or […]
The Club Funding Reform Bill passed unanimously in both the Budget and Allocations and Constitution and Statutes committees to send the bill to the Senate.
UNF Student Government elections are being held Tuesday and Wednesday. Here’s what you’ll be voting on.
The 2016-17 budget passed through the Student Government by a vote of 23-0-6.
SG voted to raise the GPA requirement to serve in office.
The Budget and Allocations committee approved a $12,772 special request for 10 laptops and $8460 in travel requests.