SGA looks to improve advising process


Last night, the Student Governing Association held a brief meeting in the K-State Student Union Big 12 Room. During the meeting, a bill was passed to form a new committee consisting of a student and a faculty member from each college to look at ways to revise and strengthen the advising process at K-State.

Another bill was passed to allocate funds to the Muslim Student Association. 

“[The Muslim Student Association] is very strong and dedicated to fundraising, [and they] bring together the student body.” said Jordan Marquess, sophomore in biology. 

New bills introduced included those to allocate funds to various campus organizations, including Freedom Alliance, in order to show a film educating students on the group Invisible Children, Creative Arts Therapy Students, to form a drama therapy program, and the Indian Students Association, to hold an event on Sanskrit.

These bills will be voted on at the SGA meeting next Thursday in the Big 12 room of the Union.