The organization voted unanimously to support the proposal for the bill.
The bill would make emergency contraceptives available on college campuses at all times.
The council met with University Police on March 3 to discuss student concerns.
International students make up 33.6 percent of the graduate student population.
Victims of both are often oppressed by society, said Neil Irvin, an associate professor in the public health school.
Dining Services spokesman Bart Hipple said an incident like this “doesn’t happen very often.”
The group started in reaction to Donald Trump’s presidency.
The freeze poses potential consequences for students across various majors, including political science and history.
Loh said 350 people at this university could be affected by Trump’s travel ban.
The SGA’s drafted legislation will be on a trial basis this spring.