The University of Maryland SGA plans to make educational materials more accessible to students to decrease financial stress in the 2023-24 academic year.
The student government allocated $1,500 to support the program's pilot run and cover the cost of chest binder and tucking materials provided to students.
SGA must exemplify democracy’s greatest promise: any voice can and should be heard.
Students will vote for candidates from United Maryland and Aspire Maryland between April 24-26.
Along with promoting a fossil-free campus, the organization has also been pushing for funding for electric buses on campus.
A bee-certified campus title would add sustainability-focused courses and create initiatives for more biodiverse spaces on the campus at this university.
The items include cup covers that prevent roofies and straws to use through the covers.
The SGA plans to purchase 300 stickers.