Following the Dec. 2 vote, Peer to Peer and Every Campus a Refuge are able to continue their work.
"Going out into the city started getting harder because ... there would be protesters and police."
The Senate also backed two new majors — one about embedded computing systems and another linking philosophy, economics and politics.
Some senators wanted him to talk more about the football scandals and their fallout.
A committee is set to review the site next week.
The resolution came from a student group push for more input in the process.
The proposed majors are neuroscience and human development.
Student groups are calling for the change after athletic department turbulence.
Students have “clearly stated that they want [Loh] to honor his commitment to retire,” one representative said.
The senate took issue with the board’s “overreach and violation of basic principles of higher education.”