The Student Association is partnering up with the Dean Of Students, Alumni Relations, Senior Class Council and the Student Philanthropy Committee in order to bring you SENIOR DAYS. These are days and events specifically designed to celebrate our graduating seniors and make sure we give them a wonderfully fun farewell! All seniors should attend this event. We will be hosting the Graduate School, the Center for Civic Engagement, the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development, the Commencement Office and more! Attend and potentially win a cap & gown, a diploma fram, class ring, and other goodies for our seniors! Hope to see you all there!
Our first event will be February 5th from 3-6pm in Old Union Hall. The first 100 attendees will receive special giveaways!
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Students in over 1700 colleges across the country receive Perkins Loan and it is in jeopardy of being cut. Perkins Loans must be renewed every seven years and are set to expire September 2015 if not renewed. This means that this loan will not be available in next semester’s package.
Perkins Loans carry a fixed interest rate of 5% for the duration of the ten-year repayment period. The Perkins Loan Program has a nine-month grace period, so that borrowers begin repayment in the tenth month upon graduating, falling below half-time status, or withdrawing from their college or university.
The Vice President for Multicultural Affairs office in cooperation with the Educational Opportunity Program will be having a Letter Writing Campaign on Tuesday December 9 from 5pm-8pm and Wednesday December 10 from 7pm-9pm in the Old Union Hall. Students are strongly encouraged to come to one of the two Letter Writing Campaign events to contact our elected officials sharing our concerns and asking for their help in continuing our aid.
To learn more information about this Letter Writing Campaign please contact Nayemai-Isis McIntosh Green at email@example.com
Project SAnta is a toy drive for underprivileged students and families in the Binghamton Community. Every year the SA pairs up with social workers from each of the Elementary Schools in the Greater Binghamton Community. We work together to identify low income families who simply cannot afford to buy their children any gifts. The SA looks for sponsors, both on campus and off, to help us bring the holiday cheer to these children.
You or yourr organization can get involved in two ways. You can fund-raise or donate money to sponsor one child, a few children, or an entire family! You as individuals can pool your funds together, or if your organization as a whole would like to, you can use those funds as well! Or, you can come volunteer at the December 4th Gift Wrapping Party in Old Union Hall from 11am to 3pm! This is where we will be pooling together all the donated gifts and wrapping them. Your organization can volunteer, financially sponsor a child, or both!
If you have a question, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please help us make a difference in these children’s lives!
The Student Association Programming board would like to present the sixth annual Frost-Fest! This year’s theme is Nightmare Before Frost-Fest and will be held on December 7th from 1-5 PM. Besides all the free stuff and fun you can partake in, the festival is a great way to publicize your student group or performance group! If you would like to sign up, look out for the latest SA Line or from an email from the SA EVP!
The deadline to sign up is Monday, December 1st for both forms. Sign ups for performance slots are first come first serve due to limited time slots.
Please feel free to email Mimi Nam at email@example.com with any questions or concerns!