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The Siskiyou’s voter guide for the 2013 ASSOU elections

The Siskiyou’s voter guide for the 2013 ASSOU elections

On Monday of next week the polls will open for the 2013 Associated Students of Southern Oregon University general elections. The polls will be open from Monday, April 29 at 10 a.m. to Friday, May 3 at 5 p.m. The results of the election will be announced by the elections committee by 6 p.m. that […]

ASSOU internships helps students develop leadership skills, make a difference on campus

ASSOU internships helps students develop leadership skills, make a difference on campus

Do you feel that students at Southern Oregon University could benefit from having a stronger voice in local and state government? Are leadership and advocacy skills something you want to gain from your experience at SOU? If you do you’re in luck, because the Associated Students of Southern Oregon University is currently accepting applications for […]

65 students going to Salem higher education rally, late sign up still possible

On April 25 the Associated Students of Southern Oregon University is going to Salem along with the Oregon Student Association to lobby for more funding from the state to support public universities and community colleges around Oregon. There are currently 65 students from SOU who’ve said they’ll attend the rally, in addition to over 700 students […]

ASSOU elections 2013: take a leadership role on campus next year

ASSOU elections 2013: take a leadership role on campus next year

If you’re interested in campus politics, student power, or simply making your university a better place, April 22 is a date you’ll want to remember.

SOU students to lobby for higher education funding in Salem on April 25

On April 25 college students from around Oregon will converge on Salem to lobby for more higher education funding from the Oregon state government in an event called the Oregon Student Rally for Higher Education. Students from Southern Oregon University, Oregon State University, University of Oregon, Portland State University, and several other community colleges around Oregon […]

SOU raises tuition rates by 5.8 percent for next year

This morning, the tuition fee rate for Southern Oregon University was raised to 5.8 percent by a simple majority vote among participants at a meeting consisting of administrators, staff, and faculty. This increase has disappointed members of the Associated Students of Southern Oregon University, who attended the meeting advocating for a zero percent increase across […]

ASSOU legislative and judicial positions still open

Several applications have been turned in this week to the Associated Students of Southern Oregon University office for the legislative and judicial positions that have recently opened. Although the deadline for the senator for the Higher Education Center position has already passed, others such as the international senator, an at large Student Fee Committee position, […]

New ASSOU constitution up for ratification, deadline Thursday

A new Associated Students of Southern Oregon University constitution, featuring new by-laws that make the three branches of student government more efficient, has been drafted by the student government. Thursday is the deadline for voting on whether or not to ratify it. The new ASSOU constitution is designed to increase the efficiency of the administration’s […]

Developments on new student recreation center continue

The final product may still be a few years down the road, but a new recreational center is coming to Southern Oregon University along with a new track and turf field at Raider Stadium. The architect firm OPSIS  has been hired to create a conceptual design plan to determine what would be best in terms […]

ASSOU budget aims to help students

The Associated Students of Southern Oregon University recently increased their payroll budget for the 2012-2013 school year. The budget, which was created over the summer by an at-large committee, was updated to estimate $107,096 in funding compared to the $94,071 that was spent last year. The increased budget was explained by student government representatives as both […]

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