If there's an issue you think the Students' Association should address, support, or denounce, you can submit a motion. If approved, motions can force the Association to take action, sending a clear message that students are united on a particular topic.
Any matriculated student may add a motion to an agenda:
- Write your motion. See the how-to, and past examples.
- Collect signatures and matriculation numbers from 25 students. Full names are not necessary, and you count as one of the 25.
- Send your motion and list of signatures/matriculation numbers to the Association Chair (SAchair@). They will let you know when your motion is due to be discussed in a meeting.
- Attend the meeting. You can introduce your motion, and engage in the debate. If this sounds scary, any of our current officers may be willing to introduce the motion on your behalf.