Number 97-02
Description Student Congress creates 6 seats for representation of the AFP students on campus
Authored by Emily Hoad
Jessica Mayraz
De'Mel Mojica
Sponsored by TJ Barber
Date Submitted Tuesday, October 1, 1996
Date Considered Wednesday, January 1, 1000
General Body Vote Thursday, January 1, 1970
Committee Rules and Appropriations
Result Killed By Committee
Remarks FAILED - No further information is available about this resolution.
Whereas AFP students are considered to be non-members of any particular college; and
Whereas Currently AFP students are represented by the Liberal Arts College in Student Congress; and
Whereas This is contradictory to the classification of AFP students as not being a part of any one college; and
Whereas It would be proper of an AFP student at UTA to be fairly represented in a way reflective of their status on campus; and
Whereas AFP students make up roughly 15% of students on campus (approximately 3,670 students in all.); and
Whereas This amount is significant enough to warrant the creation of 6 seats on Student Congress to represent the AFP students as a college unto themselves.
Be It Further Resolved That Student Congress creates 6 seats for representation of the AFP students on campus; and
Be It Further Resolved That That the total amount of seats created for the AFP students be subtracted from the College of Liberal Arts in order to maintain the correct number of representatives on Congress, equal to one representative for each 600 students within each college; and
Be It Further Resolved That That this resolution takes effect immediately.
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