This year, the Student Government Association drained its pool of money to help fund student organizations. This is a sign of improvement, not disorganization, a Virginia Commonwealth University finance official said.
The Virginia General Assembly passed measures on Feb. 26 that partially alleviate the deep funding cuts Virginia’s institutions of higher education suffered in fiscal year 2014, as well as allocating pay increases for college faculty, teachers and state employees.
The Monroe Park SGA announced last week that they are no longer accepting funding applications for this semester after draining a total budget of $427,000.
The new Humanities Research Center is poised to become a defining achievement for the School of Humanities and Sciences.
Statewide budget cuts announced by McAuliffe earlier this week will apply to public colleges and universities.