Kilcawley Center, 1 University Plaza, Youngstown, OH 44505


Agenda for January 13, 2014

Order of Business

  1. Call to Order
  2. Guest Speaker: Caitlyn Hicks, YSU Emerging Leader Program
  3. Roll Call
  4. Approval of the Minutes & Agenda
  5. Executive Business
    1. President’s Report
    2. Executive Vice President’s Report
    3. VP for Financial Affairs Report
    4. Committee Chair Reports
      1.                                                               i.      Chair of Student Life Report
      2.                                                             ii.      Chair of Academic Affairs Report
      3.                                                           iii.      Chair of University Affairs Report
      4.                                                           iv.      Chair of Financial Affairs Report
  6. Unfinished Business
  7. New Business
    1. International Coffee Hour
    2. SGA Q&A
  8. Gallery Remarks
  9. Advisors’ Remarks
  10. Members’ Remarks
  11. Announcements
  12. Adjournment

President’s Report

–          I hope everyone enjoyed Winter Break!

–          T-shirts: Thank you Joe!

–          Thank you to all Leadership Retreat participants!

–          Alyssa and I met with Gary Swegan to talk about enrollment, recruitment.

–          International Coffee Hour: SGA Sponsored Event

  • Friday, February 21st 2-4pm
  • SGA will provide food

–          Welcome Week Rock Capitol Live Karaoke and Organizational Fair

  • Tuesday, January 14th 10am-2pm Chestnut Room, Kilcawley Center


Executive Vice President’s Report


–          Continuing to work with Dr. Buckler on advising

  • Updates

–          Academic Standards Committee

  • Almost finalized Excused Absence Policy
  • Will tackle issue of professors making students use their book
    • Thoughts?

–          Labor Management Council Meeting

  • Budget situation isn’t looking good
    • Saved about half of what they thought they would from letting people go
    • As of most recent numbers, doesn’t look like we had as good of a retention rate as they expected to have coming from fall semester to spring (Spring 2014 enrollment is expected to be 96-97% of what Fall 2013 enrollment was)
    • Said there’s no way we will finish the year without being in the red


Vice President for Financial Affairs Report



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