GREENSBORO — The past few months for the UNC-system Association of Student Governments have been rocky — an October meeting ended with a single proposed and failed resolution, UNC-CH students almost voted to leave the organization and the association canceled its December reform meeting.
But this weekend, members of the association finally sat down and passed four resolutions.
ASG, composed of student delegates from all 17 UNC-system schools and funded by an annual $1 student fee, meets monthly to discuss student advocacy initiatives. It met this weekend at UNC-Greensboro and N.C. Agricultural & Technical State University.
Friday’s meeting focused on plans to alter ASG’s structure, including proposals to combine committees, limit the number of delegates at meetings to two and separate elections of the senior vice president and president and limit stipends to four positions.
Although these reforms were not finalized, N.C. State University Student Body President Alex Parker made a Google Drive document to continue discussion among leaders to assure that final reforms can be established next month.