SSCCC: General Assembly Resolutions Results 2013

In Fall 2013 your ASG traveled to Monterey to vote on student-drafted resolutions with other community colleges state-wide on your behalf. These are the votes that your ASG cast and the vote cast by the general body (the final vote). For questions about any of these resolutions or votes email one of your student representatives on the contact us page.

Amended SSCCC Resolutions Packet – Fall 2013 General Assembly
General Assembly Resolution VOTES

2| ACCREDITATION:
2.01|F13: ACCJC Investigation
Palomar College Voted: Yes; General Assembly Voted: Yes

4| CAMPUS FREE SPEECH:
4.01|S13: Fair Enforcement of Regulating Discriminatory Speech
Palomar College Voted: No; General Assembly Voted: No

5| ENVIRONMENTAL/SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES:
5.01*|S13: LEED Green Associates Program
Palomar College Voted: Yes; General Assembly Voted: Yes

7| EQUITY AND DIVERSITY:
7.01|F13: Mental Health Services for Trans* Identified Students
Resolve 3 is split from Resolves 1, 2, and 4
Vote on Resolves 1, 2, and 4
Palomar College Voted: No; General Assembly Voted: No
Vote on Resolve 3
Palomar College Voted: No; General Assembly Voted: Yes

7.02|F13: Restroom and Changing Facilities Access Rights
Palomar College Voted: Yes; General Assembly Voted: Yes

8| FINANCIAL AID:
8.01|F13: Discouraging the Increase of Student Debt & Encouraging Full Funding FromĀ the State
Palomar College Voted: Yes; General Assembly Voted: Yes

9| LEGISLATION:
9.01|F13: Oppose Legislation Contrary to the Master Plan for Higher Education
Palomar College Voted: Yes; General Assembly Voted: No

9.02|F13: Student Trustee Empowerment
Palomar College Voted: Yes; General Assembly Voted: No

9.04|F13: Support California Modernization and Economic Development Act (CMED)
Palomar College Voted: Yes; General Assembly Voted: Yes

12| SHARED GOVERNANCE POLICIES:
12.01*|F13: Campus Safety Procedures
Palomar College Voted: Yes; General Assembly Voted: Yes

14| STUDENT FEES:
14.01*|S13 Student Representation Fee Hidden Exemption
Palomar College Voted: No; General Assembly Voted: Yes

18| STUDENT SENATE GOVERNANCE DOCUMENTS:
18.01|F13: SSCCC Bylaw Amendments
Palomar College Voted: Yes; General Assembly Voted: No

19| STUDENT SERVICES:
19.01*|S13: California state University Local Admission and service Areas
Palomar College Voted: Yes; General Assembly Voted: No

20|TEXTBOOKS:
20.01.01|F13: Amend 20.01
Palomar College Voted: No; General Assembly Voted: Yes

21| VETERAN ISSUES:
21.01|F13: Awareness and Advocacy for Veteran Resource Centers
Palomar College Voted: Yes; General Assembly Voted: Yes

23| STUDENT SENATE:
23.01|S13: Anti-Revolving Door Policy in Hiring
Palomar College Voted: No; General Assembly Voted: Yes

24| General Concerns:
24.01| F13: Urinal Separator
Palomar College Voted: No; General Assembly Voted: No

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