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Agenda for January 25, 2010

Order of Business

  1. Call to Order
  2. Roll Call
  3. Approval of the Minutes & Agenda
  4. Executive Business
    1. VP for Financial Affair’s Report
    2. Committee Chairs’ Reports
      1. i.      Chair of Financial Appropriations Committee
  5. New Business
    1. A Bill (SB S 2010-02) Appropriations
  6. Advisors’ and Members’ Remarks
  7. Announcements
  8. Gallery Remarks
  9. Adjournment

VP for Financial Affairs’ Report

Full Budget Total Appropriated Returned Unappropriated Balance
$31,050.29 $19,283.64 1,393.44 $13,160.09
Organization Appropriated Date Allocated Expended Returned Notes
Scholar Trustees 800.00 9/14/2009 conference registration
Student Nurses Association 350.00 9/14/2009 hotel and gas
YSU College Republicans 100.00 9/14/2009 100.00 security fee
Dance Club 800.00 9/28/2009 instructor fee
University Scholar Trustees 545.64 9/28/2009 Shantytown
Western Reserve Batallion Society 447.00 9/28/2009 447.00 no contact, unregistered
Ulitmate Frisbee Club 500.00 9/28/2009 entry fee and uniforms
Alpha Lambda Delta 200.00 9/28/2009 registration and airfare
Society of Women Engineers 250.00 9/28/2009 hotel
YSU Extramural Sports Club 500.00 9/28/2009 registration
Zeta Tau Alpha 1,400.00 9/28/2009 146.44 pink ribbon cheer classic
UNA-USA-YSU 800.00 9/28/2009 registration
YSU Student Education Association 400.00 10/12/2009 parking
African Student Union 550.00 10/12/2009 food
YSUnity 175.00 10/12/2009 ads
Rugby Club 400.00 10/12/2009 union fees
Dental Hygientists 375.00 10/12/2009 lodging and brochures
Catholic Student Association 776.00 10/12/2009 pancake study breaks
Institute of Mgmt.Accountants 325.00 10/26/2009 lodging
Early  Childhood Student Association 400.00 10/26/2009 conference fees
Dana Research Society 340.00 10/26/2009 registration and event fees
American Marketing Association 500.00 10/26/2009 registration fees
Greek Campus Life 500.00 10/26/2009 food- Up til Dawn
OMCEA 1,000.00 10/26/2009 lodging – conferences
Institute of Industrial Engineers 500.00 10/26/2009 registration
Indian International Student Org. 500.00 11/9/2009 food
Campus Crusade for Christ 400.00 11/9/2009 conference
YSU Philosphy and Religious Studies 650.00 11/9/2009 venue and food
Dance Ensemble 750.00 11/9/2009 lighting
Dana Guitar Association 700.00 11/23/2009 recital fee
Moonbuggy Society 500.00 11/23/2009 gas, lodging
UNA-USA-YSU 1,000.00 11/23/2009 NATO
Youngstown Percussion Collective 700.00 11/23/2009 700.00 cancelled event
Society of Automotive Engineers 550.00 11/23/2009 gas, lodging
National Panhellenic Council 600.00 1/11/2009 registration

Financial Appropriations Committee Report

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Organization Name: NAMI ON CAMPUS

Total Number of Members: 15

Contact Person: Jennifer Edwards

Contact Phone Number: 330-881-2904

Contact Email: jledwards01@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Dr. Thelma Silver

Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-1401

Advisor’s Email: doovil@aol.com

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: The students of NAMI ON CAMPUS has had one fund raiser which included selling candy bars to raise money in order to paint THE ROCK in front of Kilcawley to publicize this new YSU organization.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Our organization participated in the local chapter of NAMI Christmas Party to help clients have a beautiful and meaningful holiday event. We served the clients dinner and helped with entertainment.

Name of Event: Membership to OHIO NAMI

Date of Event: April 1

Location: Youngstown State University

Expected Participation: 15

Total Cost of Event: 100.00

Description of Event: What the NAMI ON CAMPUS organization hopes for is to become a member of the National Roster of colleges and universities of NAMI ON CAMPUS. By doing this, we can access much support in terms of meetings, materials, and information to help students experiencing either emotional or mental difficulties. In order to accomplish this, we need to have 10 members join at $10.00 each. Since the year is up, it is too late to ask members to come up with this amount. Additionally, it is the belief of the executive board that the goal of this group is to not put any more stresses on the members than there already are. Therefore, we are asking SGA to help fund this lofty goal for the first year; from April 2010 to 2011.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: Being a part of the National Roster of NAMI ON CAMPUS will help give positive publicity to Youngstown State University by making a statement that this campus cares about ALL of its students and is willing to support this organization. Many people throughout United States are a part of NAMI ON CAMPUS and are aware of the high rates of suicides and other dangers that face students who are experiencing depression or other disorders. Having a National NAMI ON CAMPUS would speak volumes to the type of University of which we are members. The NAMI ON CAMPUS organization is open to everyone, even those who cannot pay dues as we do not ask for them. We have recently been in contact with YSU housing to have the Resident Assistants collaborating with NAMI Training specialists from NAMI OHIO so that if housing residents have a problem with emotional or mental issues, the RA’s will be equipped to help. We believe that the benefits of being on the National Roster will benefit the NAMI ON CAMPUS organization as well as the entire university.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount Requested
NAMI ON CAMPUS first year dues. 100.00
Total 100.00

AMMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $100.00

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Organization Name: Physical Education Majors Club

Total Number of Members: 17

Contact Person: Mindy Ritzler

Contact Phone Number: 330-501-0241

Contact Email: maritzler@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Dr. Marcia Matanin

Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-3652

Advisor’s Email: mjmatanin@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Each semester our club does a fundraiser. In the fall we sold pepperoni rolls and raised $260.63. This month we plan to sell Dunkin Donuts coffee, candles, and pepperoni rolls. We think it will be easier to raise more money if we offer a variety of fundraisers at the same time so that our members have choices to offer when they are trying to sell the items.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is beingplanned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of theorganization.: We also do a community service project each semester. Last semester we had someone contact us and see if we could help them promote physical activity at local schools and day care centers. We sent out 3 or 4 students to 3 different locations and measured out and marked off one mile walking paths in the buildings. This semester, we are planning to volunteer at the special olympics. This will require some more planning that will take place at our next meeting.

Name of Event: American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance National Convention

Date of Event: 3/17/10-3/20/10

Location: Indiana Convention Center

Expected Participation: 8 Students

Total Cost of Event: $1521.15

Description of Event: AAHPERD is dedicated to the professional development of physical education and health education teachers, students, practitioners, researchers, and others who impact the lives of children and adults, and who promote an active and healthy lifestyle. The AAHPERD 2010 National Convention offers over 400 different sessions for guests to attend. They cover everything from best practices and experiential sessions, to research findings and current trends and issues in the field. Guests are free to choose to attend the sessions that will be of the most benefit to them.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: The students who attend this event will be able to bring back all of the information they learn at the convention and distribute this knowledge to their classmates, as well as other university professors. Also, the attendance of Youngstown State University students at a national convention will help advocate our physical education program and our university. Finally, a gathering of professionals from all over the country will provide countless networking opportunities for YSU.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount Requested
Hotel (2 rooms for 3 nights- $191 per night plus 17.5% taxes) $448.85
Meals ($5 breakfast, $10 lunch, $15 dinner per student) $240.00
Gas (347 miles- 45 cents per mile- 2 cars) $312.30
Registration Fee ($55 per student) $440.00
Parking ($20 per day) $80.00
Total $1521.15

AMMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $440.00

SB S 2010-02
A BILL

Making appropriations for two organizations.

Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Youngstown State University Student Government Association assembled, That the following sums are appropriated, out of any money in the Appropriations Fund not otherwise appropriated, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, for the activities of student organizations, namely:

Section 1: NAMI on Campus is appropriated the sum of $100.00 in order to finance the cost of dues that are required to become a member of the National Roster of NAMI on Campus. Currently, fifteen members make up the Youngstown State University chapter of NAMI and the estimated date of membership to the National Roster is April of 2010,

Section 2: Physical Education Major’s Club is appropriated the sum of $440.00, providing the registration fee for their upcoming American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance National Convention in Indiana. The registration fee runs at $55.00 per student. Eight students are estimated to be attending this convention on the dates of March 17th– March 20th.

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