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A Brief History of Student Success

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, student services— Esry Health center,... Read More

Sisco to be Inaugurated at SGA Awards Banquet

The SGA Awards Banquet plans to honor various organizations across campus on April 19, 2013, and will inaugurate Katy Sisco and Dillon Williams into their respective roles as SGA president and vice president. The awards banquet is set to honor those organizations who have contributed to Missouri Western and its surrounding community. “The SGA awards can be seen as an... Read More

Fee Advisory Committee hears reallocation proposal

Student Government Association President Jacob Scott has authored a proposal that would reallocate the $75 full-time students pay each semester for the fiscal year of 2014. On March 28, the Fee Advisory Committee held a meeting for the first time this semester. The committee, which was created to oversee the Student Success Act Fee, heard Scott’s proposal to repurpose the... Read More

SGA hopes for administration approval for parking improvements

SGA has voiced the idea of extending and improving parking for students to administration. A proposal has not been made yet but members of SGA are hoping that administration will make a decision soon. SGA Senator Travis Hart believes that once they get a sure answer from the administration, the process of proposing extended parking will be official. “Currently the... Read More

Health center pushes for Health fee to help with funding

Students at Missouri Western may be facing another proposed fee this spring. Esry Health Center officials are suggesting that implementing a health fee similar to the Student Success Act, which was enacted a year ago, would guarantee good treatment and services for all students. According to Esry Health Center Administrative Assistant Angie Beck, the health center totaled 1,874 visits. Beck feels that... Read More