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Monday, November 15, 2021

  • Womxn's Caucus Meeting (Recurring Event)

    STUN 350

    The Womxn Caucus advocates and supports womxn in the community and UCF. The Womxn Caucus serves as a place for safe and open conversations surrounding Womxn issues. The caucus consists of SG agents who come together to advocate and listen to the student body's concerns. One of the main goals of the Womxn Caucus is to have different RSO’s come …

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  • Student Body Advocacy (SBA) Committee Meeting (Recurring Event)

    Student Union: Charge on Chamber

    SBA, the Student Body Advocacy Committee is one of the four Internal Committees in the Legislative Branch. The SBA Committee focuses on addressing student needs and campus issues. This is done through lobbying efforts in Tallahassee, our concern form, and Internal Legislation to put the voice of Student Government behind student-led advocacy efforts.

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  • Conference, Registration, & Travel (CRT) Committee Meeting (Recurring Event)

    Student Union: Charge on Chamber

    CRT, the Conference, Registration, and Travel Committee is one of the three Fiscal Committees in the Legislative Branch that funds Students and Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) to attend Conferences, Research Presentations, and/or Competitions. Applications and other requirements can be found on the SG website under Funding.

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  • Government Affairs and Policy (GAP) Committee Meeting (Recurring Event)

    STUN 350

    The Government Affairs and Policy (GAP) Committee is one of the four Internal Committees in the Legislative Branch which serves to increase student engagement with civic education and current events. The GAP committee facilitates relationships between the Student Body, local elected Representatives and Government Officials. Serving as a non-partisan research committee to connect students to issues, proposals, and changes that …

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