Student fee results lead to talks on student need

Ashley Closson, Chattanooga, Tenn., — Student organizations will have less in programming fees this year after about 30 percent of students voted to “opt out” of designating their fees. When accessing their My MocsNet account at the beginning of the year, students were asked to choose whether they wanted their programming and services fee to […]

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Gregory Jackson, Chattanooga, Tenn., — Guest Speaker • Provost Ainsworth discussed the development of a new strategic plan for the University. The Provost took the senate through a guided dialogue centering around what students need from the strategic plan. The strategic plan guides the University academically, administratively and socially as well these plans have a […]

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Ashley Closson, Chattanooga, Tenn., — Guest Speaker • Bill Rush spoke to SGA about the Chattanooga Mobile Market, a mobile grocery store for people with limited to no access to an affordable, nearby grocery store. The goal of the Mobile Market is to provide fresh, healthy, local food to areas considered to be in a […]

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By Ashley Closson, Chattanooga, Tenn., — Guest Speaker • Geoff Wilcox spoke to SGA about getting more students to come to athletic events, creating a better student experience. Wilcox talked about the possibility of an app called Fanmaker, which would give students the chance to earn points toward Go Mocs Rewards by coming to events. […]

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By Mocs News Staff Chattanooga, TN (Mocs News) –  Guest speaker Tom Griscom spoke to the Student Government Association about improving student success on campus. Griscom wanted the students’ input on what changes could be made to attract students to stay at UTC. Students suggested easier navigation of the school website and a distinct connection […]

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By Eve Hermann– Guest Speaker Tom Griscom spoke to SGA about student success and ways for the University to improve. SGA brainstormed with Mr. Griscom and many senators mentioned that having more sections of certain classes and more partnerships with the city are two big ways for the University to improve. Executive Reports SGA President […]

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By Eve Hermann– Executive Reports Vice President Steven Palmer spoke to SGA about the meeting he went to in Knoxville to learn about the Senate Joint Resolution 626 that was passed. Palmer said this resolution changes the way the student activity fees are allocated. Students will have the option to choose whether or not $20 […]

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By Eve Hermann– Executive Reports President Robert Fisher announced that senate bills 1608 and 2493, which deal with the recent anti-sex week bill, were removed; however a resolution was passed that will allow students to choose to whether or not they want part of their student activity fee to go to student organizations. Fisher said […]

SGA presents Outstanding Senior Awards

By Andi Clifton–The Outstanding Senior Awards have been presented to 113 seniors this year. UTC Student Government Association began awarding excelling seniors in 1986. “For me, it is encouraging to have my efforts over the last four years be recognized,” Travis Hitchcock, senior graphic design major from Chattanooga, said. “I think it is something that hopefully […]

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By Eve Hermann— Executive Reports President Robert Fisher encouraged SGA to write to state senators who are on the education committee about Senate bill 1608. Fisher also spoke about Bike Chattanooga providing around 100 annual memberships to students to encourage students to use other modes of transportation to campus. Chief of Staff Gregory Jackson spoke about UTC’s 100 […]