Senate allocates clubs’ recommended fall budget
Senate allocated $215,840.93 to clubs for next semester’s budgets. The money for the clubs’ budgets will come from the Student Senate budget in the fall; any unallocated funds from this semester will roll over to next year’s budget.
Senate had $142,850.30 in unallocated funds at the beginning of the meeting Monday.
Senate allocated $200 for graduation stoles for Student Senate seniors. Those who were a part of Senate, the CAB executive board, or the Court at one point in their college career will receive a stole to wear at graduation.
Senate also allocated $1,000 for graduation cords for students who were actively involved in clubs. There will be cardinal red with white and black cords for students who served on a club executive board and cardinal red with black for students who were actively involved in a club.
Each individual student will be responsible for picking up his or her cord from the Senate office, open noon-5 p.m. Monday-Friday, during finals week.
Senate allocated $1,760 for the Health and Well-being event next semester. The event will be during the Week of Welcome and will feature an inflatable for students to go through. Students will be asked to wash their hands before going in and when they come out will have a black light shown on their hands to see the germs that were collected through the inflatable.
The color printers project was tabled to next semester because there were issues with putting the printers in certain spots around campus.
The CAB bylaw revisions and Court rules bylaw revisions were approved with grammatical corrections. The CAB bylaws were reformatted and the content was changed.
The Court bylaws were passed with the motion to have the bylaws looked over and fixed again next semester, per recommendation of Bylaw Revision Committee Chair Coy Clark. Clark also resigned from his chair position and former Senate President Katrina Hurley appointed Trista Schell as the new chair.
Carly Slaght and Johnathan Sayaloune were sworn in as the new Student Senate president and vice president, respectively.
After swearing in the five senators who were voted in last week, Lukas Klueber was re-sworn in to his former position of vice president of finance. His twin brother, Konery Klueber was sworn in as secretary.
The CAB executive board was sworn in. Please see a related CAB article at csceagle.com for board information.
The motion to support the idea of moving the Student Trustee selection to January instead of March was approved.