Student body officers intend to improve student involvement and promote mental health through planned initiatives in the upcoming session.
On March 2, Student Senate passed 12 pieces of legislation including seven finance bills and the Student Government budget for the 2022-23 fiscal year.
The Student Senate meeting on Feb. 2 passed Supporting Students During COVID-19 Act as well as Budgeting Unbudgeted Funds for Appropriations and SG 100 Act.
Chancellor’s Liaison meeting on Feb. 2 featured updates on COVID-19 on campus and a presentation on campus safety discussing collaborations between faculty and students.
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.