Student Government announced upcoming events, visits and meetings at their meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 27.
Three clubs will be attending the next SG meeting in hopes of being recognized. Soka Gakkai International will be the first Buddhist organization on campus, if it is approved next week, according to SG. TCNJ F.I.R.S.T. (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and TCNJ JIVA, an Indian dance club, are the two other student organizations looking to be officially recognized.
At an upcoming SG meeting, a Barnes & Noble presentation will be given, updating the SG body on Campus Town plans.
Matthew Wells, alternate student trustee, gave a brief update on what occurred at the Board of Trustees meeting last week.
“The Board of Trustees applied for basically six different resolutions passing for the application of funding the new STEM building, accet renewal projects, science building renovations, Armstrong Hall renovations, IT technology infrastructure, as well as academic equipment,” Wells said.
In addition to plans for funding with the Board of Trustees, Wells announced that the College is set to enter a 15-year contract with Sodexo, Inc. SG is looking forward to the opportunities for renovation projects on campus with Sodexo, according to Wells.
SG attended the vice president of Students Affairs search and kept their SG general body meeting brief.