Student government has many events and plans for the upcoming semester aimed at helping students with different needs related to COVID-19 and financial issues.
Two bills were passed during Student Senate’s first meeting of the spring semester. A plan on an electrical distribution upgrade was also presented.
The Student Senate conducted its final meeting of the fall semester on Nov. 17. The Senate passed six bills, among them the Mental Health Initiative Act. The treasury announced it achieved $2 million ever allocated as appropriations to student organizations.
On Oct. 25, Student Body President McKenzy Heavlin signed an executive order creating a committee to liaison with University Police and address student concerns.
NC State Student Government held the first Chancellor’s Liaison meeting of the semester on Nov. 10 to discuss student mental health.
Student Body President McKenzy Heavlin explains his role in student government, the goals he has for the University and the importance of advocating for students to administration.
To celebrate the Halloween season, Student Senate’s biweekly meeting featured officers dressed up in costume. The meeting featured a presentation on Title IX and the passing of several finance bills.
Student Body Vice President Natalie Bress explains her role in student government, the goals she has for the University and the organizations she works with on campus.
The celebration’s notable attendees included Chancellor Randy Woodson, former Vice Chancellor Tom Stafford and James B. Hunt Jr., former North Carolina governor and Hunt Library namesake .