SGA Updates 9/11/2016

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President Sullivan addresses senators

President Sullivan reported on Summer University at UVM; 5,400 students took summer classes this year.

 

He also praised the peer to peer program created by the SGA.

 

SGA seeks new dining plan

 

Senators discussed the possibility of a new dining plan that is in between points and unlimited.

 

Many students have raised concerns to SGA that points only covers 60 percent of their meals while unlimited covers 100 percent but doesn’t have as many satisfactory options.

 

Green Cab may help students on weekends

 

SGA has been negotiating with Green Cab about potentially providing free rides between downtown and campus or from the library late at night.

 

SGA is in the process of developing a safe ride home initiative to help students get home.

 

Student club liability up for review

 

A contract is in the works in which there is less student liability when holding events with third party businesses around Burlington.