The Dining Program Reform is targeted at adjusting meal plans to improve fairness and usefulness for students. During the course of the 53rd administration, we will be investigating alternative dining models to fit the needs of the student body.
SGA will be evaluating recruitment targets and methods, specifically implementing the Common App as an accepted form of application to UH and engaging students between their acceptance and enrollment decision.
The International Student Support Initiative increases accessibility to campus housing during academic breaks. It aims to assess the support structure provided for cultural transition to the United States.
Our primary goal is to implement counters in each parking lot that track and display the number of vacancies per lot. In addition to this, we plan on advocating for the raising of revenue through creating new advertising methods, and participating in the development of long-term parking plans.
Through locating areas of campus with high population and low coverage, we can collect data on problem areas and compile reports. We then will work with IT to increase coverage to identified problem areas.
SGA will revise existing SGA outreach methods to engage students. We plan to increase accessibility of SGA members to students and encourage students to voice opinions about SGA decisions.
The 53rd Administration will form a Spirit Committee to obtain perspectives across campus. This committee will aim to encourage strategic marketing to increase yield of students reached and develop new and support existing spirit activities and traditions.
We support President Khator’s commitment to Third Ward residents. On behalf of the students, we will advocate to members of the Texas Legislature and participate in service to improve the lives of Houstonians.
We will prepare for long-term growth of Greek life and additional chapters as we wish to see an increase in both Greek membership, and opportunities for cultural and service based chapters.
SGA supports President Khator’s vision for a UH Medical School. We will use our governing body to influence long-term plans for University initiatives and direction and improve the University’s image by updating website designs and graphics.
SGA will be involved in awareness projects and promote campus resources through events/marketing. In addition to this, we will educate students about campus security and suggest improvements to administration.
The Executive Power of the Student Government Association is vested in the elected student body President and Vice-President. The Cabinet is appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate. The main role of the Executive Branch is to carry out the legislation passed by the Senate.
The Legislative power of the Student Government Association is vested in the Student Senate. Through legislation the Senate works toward improving the student experience at the University of Houston.
The Judiciary of the Student Government Association is vested in the Supreme Court. The Court of Appeals is the Supreme Court for SGA and hears matters involved the constitutionality of legislation, disputes between branches, and is the court of last resort for election issues.