Preparations for the housing lottery for the 2002-2003 school year are nearing completion, Temple Student Government announced at Monday’s meeting.
Letters about this year’s housing lottery will be sent out to students and parents within the next few weeks. Students must have their tuition bills paid by March 1 to be considered for the lottery.
Also, Community Affairs Chairperson Joanne Renois announced that a second information session on the Red Cross bone marrow donor program would be held because the first meeting had not been well attended. The session will take place on March 5 at 4:30 p.m. in room 301 of the Student Center.
TSG president T.J. Baker spoke briefly about the new vice president for Student Affairs, Theresa Powell. He has met with her and is planning on meeting with her again before she officially begins her duties on April 1.
The office of Organizational Growth and Development asked representatives to check their mailboxes in the Student Center more frequently. Many of the mailboxes are filled with letters and memos from last semester.
Six new organizational delegates were approved and sworn in at the meeting. Funding allocation bills for the Pediatric Interest Group and the Emergency Medical Interest Group were passed unanimously by the body. Votes on allocation bills for the Roman Catholic Student Organization and Community Service Outreach were postponed until next week because the organization’s representatives were not present.