Resolutions To be Debated

This page contains the text of resolutions or policies to be debated at general council meetings.

February 3rd, 2019

2020-1A Resolution to Amend Constitutional Roles of School Specific Representatives, proposed by Nathaniel Flores

December 2nd, 2019

FAARM Core Policy Memo, presented by Tamr Atieh

October 7th, 2019

2019-1A Resolution to Request Transparency on GSA Funding, proposed by Ashley Bernstein and Nathaniel Flores

Status post meeting: Passed substantive vote

2019-2A Resolution to Increase GSA Funding, proposed by Ashley Bernstein and Nathaniel Flores

Status post meeting: Passed substantive vote

January 21, 2018

2017-2A Expansion in the Flexibility of Constitutional Roles of Appointed Officers, proposed by Nathaniel Flores

Status post meeting: Passed substantive vote and constitution has been amended.

2017-3A Elimination of Constitutional Ambiguities and Updating the Constitution to Reflect Current Practices, proposed by Nathaniel Flores

Status post meeting: Passed substantive vote and constitution has been amended.

December 10, 2017

2017-1A Reduction of Constitutional Limitations on GSO Funding, prepared by Ashley Bernstein with feedback from the GSA Financial Affairs Committee.

Status post meeting: Passed substantive vote and constitution has been amended.

2017-2A Expansion in the Flexibility of Constitutional Roles of Appointed Officers, proposed by Nathaniel Flores

Status post meeting: Passed procedural vote. Final vote scheduled for January council meeting.

2017-3A Elimination of Constitutional Ambiguities and Updating the Constitution to Reflect Current Practices, proposed by Nathaniel Flores

Status post meeting: Passed procedural vote. Final vote scheduled for January council meeting.

November 12, 2017

2017-1A Reduction of Constitutional Limitations on GSO Funding, prepared by Ashley Bernstein with feedback from the GSA Financial Affairs Committee.

Status post meeting: Passed procedural vote. Final vote scheduled for December 10th council meeting.

Resolution on Freedom of Expression at Rutgers University, proposed by School of Graduate Studies Student Senator Nathan Honeycutt. Memo. [Withdrawn by Author]

October 8, 2017

Standing Policy on University Co-Sponsorships 

Status post meeting: To be reviewed further by Executive Committee

Resolution on Freedom of Expression at Rutgers University, proposed by School of Graduate Studies Student Senator Nathan Honeycutt. Memo.

Status post meeting: The council voted to postpone the vote on the resolution until the November 12th meeting.