Free pizza will be provided to attract more students.
By Roberto Martinez
Students can ask questions and voice their opinions with President Robert Vela and the college executive team at Pizza with the President 12:30-2 p.m. on Thursday in the cafeteria area in Loftin Student Center.
This is the fourth year the Student Government Association will host Pizza with the President.
SGA will provide free pizza for students who attend.
The event, like the Student Dialogue Series with the chancellor and a vice chancellor, is an effort put forth by the SGA to maintain a line of communication between students and administrators.
“There’s no more grapevine,” Jami Keeton, vice president of SGA, said in an interview.
President Harley Williams echoed this point.
“You can directly ask questions and be in the same room to hear your school’s president address these issues. Students continue to come to this event because everything that is discussed directly affects them.”
Williams said Vela will be there to respond on behalf of the college, but if he is unable to, another administrator will be present to find an answer.
If students are unable to attend the event, Williams encourages questions to be posted on Twitter @sac_pr or sent through email to email@example.com.
The SGA meets noon-1 p.m. every Monday in the craft room of Loftin.