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University working to remove space fees as part of reallocation of tuition dollars to student programming boards

Update, 8:00 pm: In an email to Vox, Assistant Dean for Student Engagement Erika Cohen-Derr clarified that GUSA’s press release from Monday night was prompted by the Division of Student Affair’s wider reallocation of tuition dollars, one of the three methods… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: On-campus news you can use

Just like last year, Vox has compiled a guide to “news you can use”, or in other words, an excessively comprehensive review of last year’s important news stories. Today, we cover the on-campus issues that made headlines. Check… Read More

SAC delays lump sum funding until next school year

With the time left in the spring semester quickly running out, the Student Activities Commission has delayed the introduction of lump sum funding into its allocation process, which was originally slated to begin this month, until the Fall… Read More

GUSA Roundup: Budget for some, nothing for others

The agenda of this Sunday’s meeting of the Georgetown University Student Association was dominated by the vote on the budget passed out of the Financial Appropriations Committee for fiscal year 2011 on Thursday. But Senators still found time… Read More

GUSA FinApp Committee passes budget with allocations to all boards but SAC, PAAC

On Thursday night, the Georgetown University Student Association Finance and Appropriations Committee passed a budget on to the full GUSA Senate with allocations for most of the advisory boards. The Performing Arts Advisory Council and Student Activities Commission… Read More

FinApp to pass budget for five advisory boards, allocate to SAC later

Tomorrow night, the Georgetown University Student Association Finance and Appropriation Committee, feeling the need to submit a budget for student activiteis to the full Senate, will pass a budget on to the GUSA Senate with allocations for all… Read More

GUSA’s FinApp delays vote on draft budget to finalize PAAC, SAC conditions

Tuesday night’s meeting of the Georgetown University Student Association Finance and Appropriation Committee was all anti-climax, with the Senators having to put off voting on the draft budget they put together before Spring Break until Thursday. Because details… Read More

SAC Chair indicates continued resistance to remaining GUSA advisory board reforms

At the start of the new club funding process, the Student Activities Commission requested $35,000 from the Georgetown University Student Association, the new guardians of our Student Activities Fee, only to be scoffed at: in the draft budget… Read More

The GUSA FinApp committee drafts budget for funding boards

The Georgetown University Student Association Finance and Appropriations Committee has drafted a budget for the fiscal year 2010 allocation of the Student Activities Fee. Here is the breakdown of the draft budget, along with comments made by the… Read More

GUSA Roundup: A very germane meeting of the GUSA Senate

After last week’s high-stakes and controversial Georgetown University Student Association meeting, where they passed comprehensive funding reform legislation, this week’s meeting hewed closer to classic GUSA style: longer than necessary, peppered with perfunctory legislation, and largely innocuous. The… Read More