Resolutions To be Debated

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

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, prepared 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 [Withdrawn by Author]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.