Category: Student Government

SGA is considering a proposal for the Student Success Act that would lock in an estimated $1.5 million in SSA allocations over the next three years to fund student services and save Missouri Western money in the process. The SSA budget proposal, proposed by SGA President Ida Haefner, was first read at April 11’s SGA meeting after…

“The administration doesn’t even know where it’s going at this point, because it’s just this sum of money. They can’t even start to think about where to put the money because it hasn’t been approved. If it’s approved, then they can start to think about where to put the money.” SGA President Ida Haefner said…

Freshman Joseph Kellogg has been named the Student Governor for the 2016-2017 term. Kellogg will be serving as a mediator between Western’s Board of Governors and the study body, and an ex-officio to the Student Government Association.  Majoring in both Economics and Political Science, Kellogg is active in Western’s honors program, the Mo Eta chapter…

The Student Success Act, signed into action in 2012, is a Student Government legislation that outlines a $75 a semester fee for certain student services and a committee to oversee the allocation of funding. The program was initially created to cover a possible cut in state education funding. If a funding cut had been enacted,…

Missouri Western students will be voting on a constitutional change to the SGA Constitution on April 13-14. After SGA approved Senate Bill FY16-64 unanimously on Monday, April 4 at SGA’s weekly meeting, the measure now goes to MWSU’s student body for a final vote. The proposed change would create tiers in the SGA Executive Board…