2011-2012 Class Reports: Seniors
Senior Class Report for the Week Ending 10/14/2011
October 17, 2011 by TJ Beringer
Surveys were not received by Senators H. Phillips, D. Davis, M. Bailey, or S. Uemura.
Of those surveyed, an overwhelming amount are aware of the SGA and purpose and believe the University does an adequate job with student fee money. The trend is most know who SGA is, but do not look into the specifics of each bill/motion passed. They trust the Senators to do the job they were elected to do. To improve student life, almost all agree that more people need to be involved in more RSO’s, although they do not know the best way to increase involvement. Again, most feel more safety lights would be a good asset on campus.
Senior Class Report for the Week Ending October 8, 2011
October 10, 2011 by TJ Beringer
Of Seniors surveyed, 58% are familiar with the Student Government Association. A common theme of what could be improved on campus is more events and school pride. Of students surveyed, 67% feel the university does a good job at properly using student fee money. 25% feel we do not, and 8% are unsure of how the fees are used.
Senior Class Report for the Week Ending 9/24/11
September 26, 2011 by TJ Beringer
All surveys were submitted except for Senator Webb’s surveys by the designated due date. Of the surveys received, the following were the results:
83% of students surveyed had a positive impression of SGA, while 8% had a negative impression and 8% were unsure of their impression. Most of the students surveyed see the SGA as ”caring” about the students and genuinely working for the greater good of the students.
The most common themes for what could be done on campus were library hour extensions and better technology on campus (i.e. myUCA and WiFi).
58% of students surveyed feel the university does a good job at properly using student fee money. 17% feel the university does not and 25% are unsure if the university does a good job at properly using student fee money.
All surveyed see the goals there were presented with as beneficial and necessary to the greater good of our campus.