Order of Business
- Call to Order
- Guest Speakers
- Dr. Karen Becker, Coordinator for Reading and Study Skills Center
- Roll Call
- Approval of the Minutes & Agenda
- Executive Business
- President’s Report
- Executive Vice President’s Report
- Vice President for Financial Affairs’ Report
- Committee Chairs Report
- Chair of Student Life Committee
- Chair of Academic Affairs Committee
- Chair of University Affairs Committee
- Chair of Financial Appropriations Committee
- Unfinished Business
- New Business
- A Bill (SB F 2011-1) Appropriations
- Gallery Remarks
- Advisors’ Remarks
- Members’ Remarks
President’s Report: Will be given orally at the Legislative Meeting
Executive Vice President’s Report: Will be given orally at the Legislative Meeting
VP For Financial Affairs Report:
Student Life Committee Report
I. Roll Call
A. Alyssa DiBernardi
B. Katherine Ellis
C. Aseel Ramahi
D. Taylor Clark
E. Celeste Popio
F. Nicole Horvath
G. Deanna Hardy
H. Joe Mikolay
I. Carissa Benchwick
J. Kayla Boye
K. Jessica Sarich.
II. Meet The Reps Night
i. Decided to hold meet the reps night at Christman Dining Hall.
ii. Wednesday October 16, 2011 at 5-7pm.
III. Homecoming Tailgate
i. We plan on feeding 100 people. The two choices our committee decided on were:
1. Charlie Staples BBQ (undecided menu)
2. Chick Fil A: Meal would include Chicken Sandwich, Brownie, & Chips
ii. Drinks would be purchased through Sodexo.
i. We already have the logo designed. Katherine Ellis will be searching for t-shirt prices.
IV. United Way Fundraiser
i. Possibly have a week of events, by using successful past group events held on campus such as food can drives. Fundraiser would happen sometime in the week of November 14. We will contact United Way’s campaign to help us brainstorm for the events. We will partner with University Affairs for this event.
V. Other Ideas for Events
a. Ice Breakers
i. To get more attendance in athletic events, our committee wants to work with the Athletic department to fix that. Our idea is to have students pay a base fee, such as $20 with that they will receive a Penguin T-Shirt. The whole concept says the more events you attend, the more points you receive. Once you receive a certain amount of points you may redeem them for merchandise or other prize. Our committee will have to contact Rick Love or Joy to ask them to join our committee meeting to hear about our idea.
YSU Student Government Association
Academic Affairs Committee
Minutes of 9.19.2011 Meeting
I. Call to Order: 4:01 pm
II. Roll Call
a. Present: Justin McIntyre, Nicole Pavlichich, Teresa McKinney, Samantha Henry, Mark Sember, Molly Rogers, Lillian Justice, Alessandro Cutrona
b. Absent: none
c. Excused: none
III. End-year Committee Report
Last year’s Academic Affairs committee compiled an end of the year report including all agendas, minutes, and all research done on First Year Experience.
IV. Last Lecture Series
Potential speakers are Dr. Amy Cossentino, Dr. Ron Shaklee, and Dr. Stephen Gage. The committee decided to ask Dr. Gage. We are looking at a Thursday in November at 3:30 pm. We also need to increase advertisement with fliers, a banner email, and provide refreshments.
V. General Education Restructuralization
Last semester, the General Education requirements were restructured in Academic Senate. The number of knowledge domains has been lowered from 11 to 10. YSU currently requires 46 hours; the next closest university is the University of Akron at 42. However, FYE would fall as a general education course. We are unsure if Academic Senate would want to add a credit hour when they are trying to reduce the numbers. Also, many majors do not currently allow for another general education course. Is FYE feasible? Can we work FYE into a Reading and Study Skills?
VI. Foundations of Excellence
Dr. Becker at the Reading and Study Skills Center has introduced us to program similar to FYE. Foundations of Excellence is a 3 year program where the outside company would first evaluate, then implement, and then evaluate again. The cost of the program is $36,00 over the three years; however, there are grants which would offset some of the costs.
VII. New Business
VIII. Adjournment: 4:43 pm
University Affairs Committee 9/19
Call to order:
- Vice President: 4:07 Welcomes and Introductions. Brief overview of goals for semester.
- Chair: None at this time.
- Secretary of Technology: None at this time.
None at this time.
- Smoking Policy: 4:13 – Talking with OSGA members regarding their policy on smoking issues. Looking into policies and getting into contact with Akron and Cleveland State Universities to further our knowledge of other urban universities policy towards smoking. Travis met with Jack Fahee, who expressed concern with smoking policies. Must also enforce employee smoking policies.
- Co-op with student life and Academic: 4:27 – Will be working with other student government committees on joint programs which will be outlined at later dates.
- OSGA: 4:31 – Executive Committee went to the regional OSGA meeting. Discussed statewide OSGA meeting at Ohio State University on the 22nd, 23rd of October.
- Academic Advising: 4:34 – Have responsibility to work with student support services, in planning essentially an academic advising guide book. Look into Mount Union and their policies towards advising freshmen through seniors on academic issues. Emphasis on the issue of faculty advisors getting on the same page as academic advisors.
- WPNA: 4:51 – Wick Park Neighborhood Association- we will be working with the WPNA on various neighborhood outreach activities in and around the university.
Financial Appropriations Committee
September 19th, 2011 4:00pm
Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:
Organization Name: Speak Out Loud
Total Number of Members: 9
Contact Person: Devon Marbuary
Contact Phone Number: 216 386 6081
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Dr. Cryshanna Jackson
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330 941 3436
Advisor’s Email: email@example.com
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: we are having an rip the runway event October 19, 2011 for alcohol awareness week and proceeds will go toward sad or mad, an organization against drunk driving
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.: N/A
Name of Event: Rip the Runway?Date of Event: October 19, 2011?Location: Stadium Club?Expected Participation: 100-200?Total Cost of Event: $700
Description of Event: the will be musicians and models performing together. it is a Hollywood theme so the audience is to dress tastefully. There are a number of organizations working with me.
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: It is about getting the different cultures to have an event together and will make others aware of the fun in it. It will incorporate and proudly show diversity.
|food and beverage||$300|
Amount Recommended: $300.00 to fully fund food and refreshments
Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:
Organization Name: Habitat for Humanity
Total Number of Members: 30
Contact Person: Elizabeth Johnson
Contact Phone Number: 440-645-2234
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Rev. Kathryn Adams
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-719-2902
Advisor’s Email: email@example.com
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: In the past year, Habitat for Humanity has had several fundraisers both on and off campus. We hosted a spaghetti dinner at a local church and had a valentines day bake sale to raise funds for our yearly dues. For the fall semester, we have tentative plans to have a rake a thon in the local community, and host another spaghetti dinner.
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.: During the past year, Habitat has helped out on several builds in the Youngstown area. Saturdays throughout the year, we have had students at build sites doing everything from painting walls to putting up siding. Towards the end of the year, we had nearly 15 students helping out at these events. Being a new organization, we are still working on getting higher student participation at these builds. This is done in behalf of the Habitat for Humanity of Mahoning County.
Name of Event: Habitat for Humanity Youth Leadership Conference
Date of Event: November 4-6
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Expected Participation: 4
Total Cost of Event: $1160.00
Description of Event: During this event, participants will network with members of other Habitat organizations to trade knowledge and learn new ways to advocate, build, educate and fund raise. We will attend a variety of workshops and plenary sessions that address these specific areas. The theme of the conference is Local Action, Global Impact which we believe will provide us with tools to better help the local community.
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: We want to learn new methods for greater student involvement so we can impact our local and global communities. Our goal is to involve as many students as possible in this worthy organization, and get them involved improving our immediate community. YSU student body will be apart of the effort to eliminate poverty housing in Mahoning county. We will positively represent the YSU community by working with families, organizations and a diverse group of people.
|Registration fee for 4 people||$560.00|
|Two hotel rooms for two nights||$400.00|
Amount Recommended: $400.00 to fully fund lodging
Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:
Organization Name: Ultimate Frisbee
Total Number of Members: 20
Contact Person: Chris Auman
Contact Phone Number: 3307198572
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Dr. William Buckler
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-1801
Advisor’s Email: email@example.com
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Our organization has a Relay for Life team in Poland over the summer to raise money for cancer research. We are planning a fundraising within the next month for the 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 has a Relay for Life team in Poland over the summer to raise money for cancer research. We would also like to get involved in the community sports leagues for the less privileged in Youngstown that were discussed at the Leadership Summit.
Name of Event: Theodore Seuss Geisel Memorial Ultimate Tournament
Date of Event: September 24-25, 2011
Location: Fort Niagara State Park
Expected Participation: 14
Total Cost of Event: 554.82
Description of Event: The Theodore Seuss Geisel Memorial Ultimate Tournament is an ultimate frisbee tournament hosted by SUNY Buffalo in Niagara Falls, NY. We are requesting appropriations for lodging for the weekend. This was the cheapest reservation I could find for the weekend due to high costs near Niagara Falls. Total includes two rooms for two nights including taxes.
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: This will allow students of YSU to be a part of a fun, competitive environment and travel to Niagara Falls and represent their school through a club sport. They will be able to compete against other students from SUNY Buffalo, Ithica, IUP, RIT, Cleveland State, Cornell, Central Connecticut State, Case Western, and more.
|Hotel Room 1 x 2 Nights||152.41|
|Hotel Room 2 x 2 Nights||152.41|
Amount Recommended: $304.82 to fully fund lodging
Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:
Organization Name: Greek Campus Life
Total Number of Members: 250
Contact Person: Miranda James
Contact Phone Number: 216-496-5833
Contact Email: Miranda.James90@gmail.com
Advisor: Carrie Anderson
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-4702
Advisor’s Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: This year in order to fundraise we have put our efforts towards car washes, bake sales, and participated in a phone-a-thon. We also have plans to have a bowling fundraiser, take a over a concession stand at a YSU football game, sell Phantoms tickets, and possibly participate in a candy bar sale.
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.: Greek Campus Life is the sponsor of Up Till Dawn, an organization that raises money for St. Jude’s Research Hospital. We do this through sending letters to friends and family that ask them to donate to our cause. There is a board of 9, but many other GCL members support us through organizing teams to write letters. GCL also participates in the United Way Day of Caring by collecting money and also by ”stuffing the bus” full of clothes for those in need and for donating our change through ”penny wars”. These are programs that all members of GCL participate in, through Greek Week.
Name of Event: Greek Sing
Date of Event: April 14th, 2012
Location: Stambaugh Auditorium
Expected Participation: 250
Total Cost of Event: $5,500
Description of Event: All Greeks in Greek Campus Life, choose songs to sing and dance too according to a certain theme. It is an elaborate production that requires a sound system, judges, trophies, an MC, security, hall rental, marketing, and lighting.
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: Greek Sing is great publicity for YSU, because it shows students in a positive light and celebrates how students work hard for those in our community.
|Stambaugh Auditiorium rental deposit||$900.00|
|Stambaugh Auditorium rental||$900.00|
|Half of Trophy expense||$200.00|
Amount Recommended: $1,350.00 to defray the cost of the Stambaugh Auditorium rental
Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:
Organization Name: UNA-USA YSU
Total Number of Members: 20
Contact Person: Drew Webster
Contact Phone Number: email@example.com
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Dr. David Porter
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-1669
Advisor’s Email: email@example.com
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: High School Model United Nation Conferences
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.: United Nations Association-United States of America Youngstown Chapter, Visiting diplomats
Name of Event: Lake Erie International Model United Nations?Date of Event: Nov 3-6 2011?Location: Cleveland,OH?Expected Participation: 22?Total Cost of Event: 3,292.50
Description of Event: LEIMUN is a simulation of the United Nations Security Council, League of Arab States,
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: YSU’s Model United Nation twenty three year history has won sixty four awards in the last fourteen conferences.
Amount Recommended: $1,000.00 to help defray the cost of registration
Organization Name: Bridges out Of Poverty Student Union
Total Number of Members: 20
Contact Person: Terrell Wesley?Contact Phone Number: 330-941-2448?Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Karla Krodel?Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-2464?Advisor’s Email: Kmkrodel@ysu.edu
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: we have raised many funds through community outreach programs. We have also acquired funds through scholarships and grants.
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.: We volunteered for east high school and the poverty simulation. (Aug 2011) We are also active members in the Mahoning Valley steering committee which seeks to improve the direct community of Youngstown (present). Everything that involves reaching out to the community is done in representation of the organization and YSU community. All members do not attend, but we usually have six or seven people involved at any given time. As of now the Bridges out of Poverty student Union has found ways to partner on campus with other faculty to provide a supportive, productive environment for all students.
Name of Event: National Bridges Conference?Date of Event: Oct 3-5, 2011?Location: Indianapolis, Indiana?Expected Participation: 5?Total Cost of Event: 3200.00
Description of Event: Annual National Bridges Conference. This conference is for community leaders from all over America who come together with ideas to help under-resourced communities. ALL students who attend will present a presentation at the conference.
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: Bridges out of Poverty student Union has found ways to supplement the university problem in regards to retention. This is an area that affects all students. We are an Urban Research University, finding new ways to involve, and improve the urban community is an important component in community development. Also this conference allows Youngstown State University to be recognized nationally. We are one of the top universities doing work with under-resourced students; this gives us the opportunity to show off what we are doing at YSU.
Amount Recommended: $500.00 to fully fund lodging and food
Organization Name: University Scholar Trustees
Total Number of Members: 160
Contact Person: Massey Fowler?Contact Phone Number: 567-231-8789?Contact Email: email@example.com
Advisor: Dr. Amy Cossentino?Advisor’s Phone Number: 330.941.4741?Advisor’s Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Our fund-raising efforts are focused on raising money to send directly to the organizations which benefit the homeless.
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.: All scholars are required to complete 60 hours of community service each year. Through Shantytown, students will provide community service at agencies that benefit the homeless. The Beatitude House, Gleaners Foodback, Second Harvest Foodbank, Habitat for Humanity, and the Salvation Army are the agencies in which students will volunteer throughout the weekend. They will serve these agencies by cleaning at the Salvation Army, organizing food at Gleaners Foodbank, raking leaves at the Beatitude House, packaging food at Second Harvest Foodbank, and assisting with various needs at the Habitat for Humanity.
Name of Event: 13th Annual Shantytown Event?Date of Event: November 19-20 2011?Location: Cafaro/Youngstown Community?Expected Participation: 120 students?Total Cost of Event: $1,545.64
Description of Event: The Leslie H. Cochran University Scholars 13th annual Shantytown Event will be held November 19-20 2010 which is in support of the National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week. This event is designed to increase awareness in the community for homlessness. Approximately 100 YSU students volunteer at local agencies that serve the homeless, such as The Beatitude House, Gleaners Foodbank, Second Harvest Foodbank, Habitat for Humanity and the Salvation Army, collect donations to be dispersed to the agencies, and sleep outside in cardboard boxes, as a way of raising awareness of the homeless situation. During Saturday evening, the program will include a speaker, who will provide the students with information about homelessness. In addition, the students will watch various movies related to homelessness and participate in group activities to raise their own awareness. Afterwards, the students will sleep outside in their boxes.
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: Students will be given the opportunity to experience the perils homeless people suffer through, while raising money and awareness to aid the homeless in the community.
|Security (10:00pm to 7:00am)||$210.00|
|Duct Tape (12 rolls at 4.97 a piece)||$59.64|
|Plastic Sheeting (4 rolls at 69.00)||$276.00|
Amount Recommended: $1,000.00 to help defray the cost of the speaker, security and supplies
Organization Name: Zeta Tau Alpha
Total Number of Members: 29
Contact Person: Alyssa DiBernardi?Contact Phone Number: 330-717-3412?Contact Email: email@example.com
Advisor: Marie Cullen (on campus) Kim Caputo (ZTA)?Advisor’s Phone Number: (330)941-1518 (330)5064-372?Advisor’s Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: For the past 10 years, we have had a great partnership with Clear Channel (95.9 and 98.9), and have been a part of the Panera Bread Pink Zone which is sponsored by the station. The Pink Zone is made up of numerous local businesses in the Mahoning Valley who make special October Promotions and in turn donate to our cause through Clear Channel at our event. We assist the Pink Zone by providing every participating business with pink ribbons and breast cancer awareness materials, painting pink ribbons in front of all the participating businesses, and assisting them with their Panera Bread bagel day, where all proceeds are donated to our event as well. We additionally have a partnership with Chik-fil-a in Boardman and throughout the month of October they will give us a percentage of the profit they make from each strawberry milkshake they sell. We are setting up a table at the Boardman Rotary Oktoberfest to promote our event in the community, and also to raise money through donations. We will also be painting faces for the children in attendance as well as making cheer-o-grams for the day of the event that the public can decorate in honor or memory of a loved one affected by cancer. On October 19th, we will be hosting “Pink Out Day” on campus to help promote breast cancer awareness month, as well as our event. We will be hosting a bagel eating competition, as 95.9-KISS FM will also be present, capturing events of the day. We will be painting people’s faces with pink ribbons, as well as passing out pink lemonade with our information about the Pink Ribbon Cheer Classic. The night before, we will decorate the campus with all pink decorations, with the hope of promoting our event on campus. We will be taking donations at this event, as well. Our organization is also currently pursuing donations, both monetary and non-monetary, from local businesses and community members to help defray the cost of putting on this significant fundraising event.
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 chapter is very service-oriented and participates in many local and national service projects each year to support not only our philanthropy but others as well. Below is a description of some of these events and the participation of our chapter.
Clean up the Street: Each semester our entire chapter devotes about an hour of our time to maintain a 5th Avenue parking lot on YSU’s campus. This is a mandatory service project that requires all members to be in attendance.
Komen Tissue Bank in Indianapolis: On September 24th, our chapter will be making their 3rd trip down to the Indianapolis University Simon Cancer Center to either volunteer or donate blood and breast tissue. This bank is the only one in the country that collects breast tissue for research.
YSU Box 1 Loge Volunteers: During football season, our organization has been asked to volunteer in President Sweet’s loge for each home game. Two different members of our chapter volunteer each game to greet the guests, pass out nametags, and complete various tasks to keep things running smoothly.
Adopt-a-Nursing Home: For the past few years we have adopted Park Vista Retirement Community and plan an event with them each semester. On November 18th, we will be hosting our 5th Annual “Senior Prom.” During this event, we will be treating the residents to an exciting night of dancing and socializing. We will decorate the dining room, supply cookies and punch, and entertain each of the residents.
Beatitude House: Our chapter donates various items to this local shelter for women and children in the valley. We collected school supplies at the start of the semester and we will be making baskets for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas with various items for the families at the shelter.
Race for the Cure: Race for the Cure is a national fundraiser sponsored in part by Zeta Tau Alpha and the Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation. Various races are held throughout the year all over the country. Each year, all of the sisters of the Zeta Gamma chapter drive to either Cleveland in October or Pittsburgh in May to volunteer in the Survivor and Registration Tents. We also participate as runners or walkers in the event.
THINK PINK!®: THINK PINK!® is an idea that we promote various times throughout the year by passing out THINK PINK!® cards and ribbons, shower cards, and other information regarding breast cancer awareness and self-exams. Typically, we set up a table in Kilcawley Center in which all of our sisters take turns handing out this information. We will pass it out at the Oktoberfest as well.
Zeta Tau Alpha and Yoplait®’s Save Lids to Save Lives: As a part of a national service project, our chapter collects Yoplait yogurt lids continuously throughout the year to send in to Yoplait, who donates five cents per lid to the ZTA Foundation.
Name of Event: Pink Ribbon Cheer Classic?Date of Event: October 23, 2011?Location: Youngstown State University, Beeghly Center?Expected Participation: 6,500?Total Cost of Event: $10,000
Description of Event: The Pink Ribbon Cheer Classic was started eleven years ago as a way for our organization to raise awareness and money for breast cancer research, awareness, and education, which is our national philanthropy. It is a day-long exhibition in which more than ninety cheerleading squads are invited to pay a registration fee to perform a three to five minute routine and dedicate it to women who have survived breast cancer or live on in their memory. Squads are awarded based on the following: team spirit, bringing the most spectators to the event, and raising money for our cause in their communities. Individual cheerleaders may enter a jump-off competition in which other prizes are awarded for the best cheerleading jumps. Also included in the day are apparel sales, a concession stand, Chinese raffles, and recognition of high school seniors and breast cancer survivors. Jerry Mac from 95.9 KISS-FM hosts the event and also does a live broadcast part of the day. One hundred percent of the money raised through the Cheer Classic is donated to breast cancer research, awareness, and education on behalf of the Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation. Since its inception in 2001, the event has raised over $520,000 for the cause. Last year we raised over $115,000.00. We are taking great strides in making this event an even bigger success this year. As this is our eleventh event, we have truly made a mark in the community. Our event was honored ten years in a row with the Kessler Award for the Greek organization with the best service fundraiser. We were also honored at Ohio Zeta Day ten consecutive years for the top Ohio Chapter in Service.
|I will include a number of things your committee can choose from to help fund.|
|Survivor Ceremony Supplies||$250|
|Itemized Cost:||Total 3200|
How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: Not only is an event of this caliber beneficial to those who have been affected by breast cancer, but it also holds many benefits for its host school, Youngstown State University. The event has an impact on all who attend and shows how students of YSU can positively impact the campus and community through this event. This is a wonderful way for prospective students who may consider attending YSU to see the university and a student organization positively contributing to the community. With such a diverse group of people who attend, 90 cheer teams from all over the area of different backgrounds and communities, students and alumna of YSU, and members of the community of different ages and backgrounds, this event touches so many different types of people in so many ways. Most importantly it unites others for the common goal of raising as much money as possible to reach our event goal each year.
Amount Recommended: $2150.00 to fully fund Programs, Event Security and beverages
SB F 2011-04
Making Appropriations for eight organization(s)
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, 2012, for the activities of student organizations, namely:
Section 1: Speak Out Loud is appropriated the sum of $300.00 to defray the food and refreshment cost for their Rip the Runway Event on October 19th in the Stadium Club. One hundred (100) students are expected to attend.
Section 2: Habitat For Humanity is appropriated the sum of $400.00 to fully fund the cost of lodging for their Habitat for Humanity Youth Leadership Conference from November 4th-6th. It will be held in Indianapolis, Indiana and four (4) members are expected to attend.
Section 3: Ultimate Frisbee is appropriated the sum of $304.82 to fully fund the cost of lodging for their tournament which will be from September 24th-25th, 2011 in Fort Niagara State Park, New York. Fourteen (14) members are expected to attend.
Section 4: Greek Campus Life is appropriated the sum of $1,350.00 to defray the cost of the Stambaugh Auditorium rental for their Greek Sing event on April 14th, 2010. The event will be held at Stambaugh Auditorium. Two hundred and fifty (250) students are expected to participate.
Section 5: UNA-USA YSU is appropriated the sum of $1,000.00 to defray the cost of registration for the Lake Erie International Model United Nations Conference, which will be from November 3rd-6th in Cleveland, Ohio. Twenty-two (22) members are expected to attend.
Section 6: Bridges Out of Poverty Student Union is appropriated the sum of $500.00 to fully fund the cost of lodging and food for the Annual National Bridges Conference to be held from October 3rd-5th in Indianapolis, Indiana. Five (5) members are expected to attend.
Section 7: University Scholar Trustees is appropriated the sum of $1,000.00 to defray the cost of security, speaker and supplies for their Shantytown event., which will be held from November 19th-20th 2011 at Cafaro House and in the Youngstown community. One hundred and twenty (120) students are expected to attend.
Section 8: Zeta Tau Alpha is appropriated the sum of $2,150.00 to fully fund the cost of programs, event security and beverages for their event, Pink Ribbon Cheer Classic, which will be held October 23rd, 2011 at Beeghly Center. Sixty-five hundred (6,500) people are expected to attend.