Student Association leaders released a new report Monday advocating for the University to offer a free 18th credit.
The chair of the SA finance committee said members were stricter with student organization allocations this year.
Administrators developed a new system that automatically pulls syllabi from professors’ Blackboard course pages and uploads them to a searchable database.
The International Services Office will soon launch three new initiatives focused on improving the international student experience.
The SA Senate doled out roughly $1.2 million Monday to student groups across campus – about $100,000 less than the amount allocated last academic year.
Student Association leaders said the center follows programs at peer institutions that are beneficial for employees of each department to streamline communication between them.
The acceptance rate for the Class of 2022 stands nearly one full percentage point higher than last year.
Labor relations experts said graduate students may be able to convince the University to recognize them as employees if they garner widespread support.
After an hour-long sit-in, graduate students will meet with Provost Forrest Maltzman Thursday afternoon to discuss unionization efforts.
Student governments at some of the top universities have passed divestment resolutions, but none of the schools’ administrators have agreed to divest.