To be clear: A meeting for 4 p.m. today was never agreed to, scheduled or confirmed. We do, however, hope to continue dialogue with our students, which is why we participated in a two-and-a-half-hour meeting last night with the student…
Students Invited to Participate in Campus Engagement Committees
Syracuse University invites students to join campus engagement committees, which have been created to encourage continued student involvement in collective efforts to support an inclusive, equitable, safe and welcoming campus community for all. Members of the committees will provide input, constructive feedback and insight into the implementation of the recommendations provided by multiple groups of students over the last several weeks.
“As we work to advance the thoughtful, solutions-oriented recommendations offered by our students, we will need additional student input to support the effective implementation of each recommendation. This continued dialogue with students, senior leaders, staff and faculty is essential to our work in strengthening our community,” says Rob Hradsky, vice president for the student experience.
“Participation in the engagement committees provides students with direct involvement in what they want to see happen on campus, allowing them to provide their first-hand experience and insight to help us implement lasting change,” says Student Association President Mackenzie Mertikas. “I appreciate all the students who have worked so hard over the past few difficult weeks to push for some long-overdue changes, and encourage them to get involved in these efforts so that we can continue to advocate for a better Syracuse University together.”
Students interested in participating should complete the online registration form. The deadline to sign up is Sunday, Jan. 19, at 11:59 p.m.
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