Undergraduate Student Government
Specifically, our goals this year are to open communications, establish a food discount, increase services for students (printing, copying, faxing, coffee), increase funding for clubs, etc. If you have any ideas, feel free to contact us!
We strive to be helpful and accessible so look for us in the NAC Rotunda during club hours or stop by and visit us in NAC 1/111. We want to hear from you!
Your Undergraduate Student Government, 2014-2015
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|Dalia Nazzal||VP of Public Affairsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Kenny Soto||VP of Campus Affairsemail@example.com|
|Sharmin Sultana||VP of Student Affairsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Fatjon Kaja||VP of Academic Affairsemail@example.com|
|Abdul-Aziz Almassoudi|| ||firstname.lastname@example.org|
College of Liberal Arts and Science Senators
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|Andre Desir|| |
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|Hector Velez|| || |
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About USGFounded in 1864, the Undergraduate Student Government of CCNY works to improve the student quality of life. There are nine executives and 30 senators representing different divisions. Representatives serve one year terms beginning in July and serve on USG, college-wide, and university-wide committees. We provide services to students such as free printing, faxing, copying, and phone calls, and provide support to clubs and the overall CCNY community.
This fall semester, VP of Campus Affairs Melody Niere started to integrate a new idea into USG called Tell USG, inviting complaints and suggestions from the college community. This slowly turned into the USG ad hoc committee of the Department of Complaints and Suggestions (DCS), which took all of your feedback and turned it into a full report available HERE. USG has had follow-up meetings throughout campus with members of administration and has been working on improving every single one of your complaints, from integrating a gender-neutral bathroom into the NAC, targeting doors that need windows or that do not function properly all the way to improving the quality of burritos made in the cafeteria. To offer your input, continue to visit our completely anonymous online suggestion box: http://www.tinyurl.com/tellusg.