Associated Student Government Town Hall Nov. 19

Associated Student Government Town Hall Nov. 19
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Associated Student Government invites all University of Arkansas students to an ASG Town Hall at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, at the Graduate Education Auditorium. 

Representatives of different university departments will discuss their areas and answer any questions students might have. Each guest will have 15 minutes to both speak and answer questions. Participants are:

  • 6 p.m. – Mike Waddell, athletics
  • 6:15 – Suzanne McCray, academics
  • 6:30 – Andy Gilbride, parking and transit
  • 6:45 – Melissa Harwood-Rom, campus life

"Few things have been as encouraging to me as getting to know the administrators this year," said ASG President Bo Renner. "They work not only for students but also with us in making the University of Arkansas the best it can be. The Associated Student Government is excited to provide students the opportunity to learn where our school is headed from the leaders themselves in our Town Hall Meeting event. Students will have a chance to hear administrators' vision while bringing up questions and concerns of their very own."

Contact 479-575-5255 or email for more information.


Rudy Trejo,
Associated Student Government


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