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SGA: Student Legal Services and Celebrating Volleyball

Student Government Association Meeting Notes

SGA Meeting Notes | The Wright State Guardian

The Student Government Association (SGA) held a meeting on Tuesday, April 13 at 7 p.m. where Resolution 21-11, advocating for an increase in the Student Legal Services (SLS) fee, was passed.

Resolution 21-11

Resolution 21-11 will increase SLS’s fee from $11 to $16 a semester. This was done to help support the service, as the drop in student enrollment will not allow the service to continue operating in the future.

“Whereas, Student Legal Services is an office on campus with multiple attorneys providing services, equal to a fully functioning law firm that is available for students. Whereas, Student Legal Services has been a part of Wright State University since its inception in 2000, serving on average 85% of the student population,” SGA President Adrian Williams said, quoting the resolution.

Resolution 21-12

Resolution 21-12, which highlights the Wright State University (WSU) women’s volleyball team’s recent success, was tabled until next week’s meeting.

“Whereas, Wright State University’s women’s volleyball team on April 3, 2021, won the Horizon League Championship tournament over the University of Illinois Chicago,” Williams said, quoting the resolution. 

Constitution and Bylaw changes 

SGA will soon make changes to their Constitution and Bylaws. While complete details were not released, potential budget cuts were mentioned.   

SGA meetings are held every Tuesday at 7 p.m. via WebEx. All WSU students are welcome to attend.  

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