Ferris State University Student Government is set to host its State of the University event on Wednesday, April 2.
The goal of the event, which will be hosted in College of Business, Room 111 at 7 p.m., is to increase the communication and transparency between the administration and students. Students are encouraged to attend the event and ask questions.
“Students are encouraged to come to this event to interact with the administration on the panel,” said Andrew Kalinowski, president of Student Government.
The event will include speeches from Kalinowski and Student Affairs Vice President Jeanine Ward-Roof. Following those speeches will be a panel discussion featuring Kalinowski and administrators Ward-Roof, Director of Public Safety Bruce Borkovich, Director of the University Center Mark Schuelke and President David Eisler.
“This is the first time Student Government has hosted one of these events,” Kalinowski said. “We are really hoping students come out and get involved and voice their opinions.”
Organizers hope that the event will provide an opportunity for students to learn about the administration’s goals for the university and how those goals align with the needs of the students. The open forum discussion is designed to increase interaction and an open flow of ideas, organizers explained.
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Last updated: 03-31-2014