SGA president wants to hear student feedback and share with president.
Kyle R. Cotton
With growing concerns about losing a concentration designation on associate degrees at the Alamo Colleges, this college’s Student Government Association is inviting students to an Oct. 6 meeting to voice their thoughts.
Karen Elliot, SGA president and American Sign Language sophomore, said, “We’re going to clarify some things about the degrees, and I’m going to share information from my meeting with Dr. (Robert) Vela to say kind of the reasoning behind it and opening up that communication to let students know we’re here to listen to their concerns.
“We know there are a lot of student concerns with the degrees, especially when it’s to recognition, honors and scholarships,” she said.
Other discussion topics include the possibility of four-year degrees at this college as well as hearing any other current student concerns.
The meeting will be at noon in the craft room on the second floor of Loftin Student Center.
The SGA meets the first three Mondays of every month and meetings are open to the public.
For more information on generic degrees, visit theranger.org.
For more about SGA, call 210-486-0133.